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Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord Elis-Thomas has today [Thursday 17 September] announced a funding package to support Wales’ sport and leisure sector.
Three envoys passionate about Wales have been appointed by the Welsh Government to promote the country abroad.
Coronavirus laws are being tightened in Rhondda Cynon Taf Council area following a sharp increase in cases of the virus, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has confirmed.
The temporary increase in notice periods for eviction, including those announced in July, will be extended to 31st March 2021, Housing and Local Government Minister Julie James announced today.
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has today (15 September) set-out the preparations being made by health and social care services in Wales for the great challenges they face this winter.
Commenting on the latest Labour Market Statistics, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates said:
Health Minister Vaughan Gething will today publish the Winter Protection Plan, outlining the preparations being made by NHS and social care services for this winter.
The Welsh Government’s bespoke Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has helped to protect more than 100,000 jobs across Wales during the coronavirus pandemic, new figures show.
From Wednesday [16 September] organisations in the culture and heritage sector can apply for financial support from the Welsh Government’s £53 million Cultural Recovery Fund.
Welsh Government launches survey to determine the impact of Covid-19 on the use of the Welsh language in the community
The Welsh Government has launched a community survey into the impact of the restrictions imposed by Covid-19 on volunteering through the medium of Welsh and use of the Welsh language.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced £33m funding for a new facility for the Cardiff and Vale Health Board to manage any potential increase in Covid-19 cases this winter.
Creative Wales’ Emergency Digital Development and Emergency TV Funds are already delivering real benefits to indigenous Welsh companies.
In response to the impact of the coronavirus on the creative industries sector, Creative Wales launched two funds to support the TV and digital sectors to help companies within the Creative industries sector through the crisis and propel them on to future success.