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Infrastructure Act Sealing, First Minister Vaughan Gething and Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning Julie James

First Minister seals first Act in office ensuring Wales is more attractive to infrastructure projects

Measures to modernise and simplify the process behind developing significant infrastructure projects in Wales have today become law – as the Infrastructure (Wales) Act gained Royal Assent.

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Sports project helps more women to get active

Sports4All offers free activity sessions for women in Cardiff and encourages Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women and girls to improve their wellbeing through sport and physical activity.

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Education support for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children and young people

June is Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month and a chance to celebrate and learn more about the rich culture and heritage of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities in Wales.

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Newport mental health charity benefiting from Welsh Government support

Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Social Justice, Lesley Griffiths has visited Newport Mind to see how £300,000 in Welsh Government funding has enabled the charity to open a new sanctuary space in their building and provide their facilities to more people.

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Programme to boost attainment in schools continued for a second phase.

The Attainment Champions pilot, designed to help tackle the impact of poverty on learner’s educational attainment, will be extended into a second phase to further boost standards in schools.

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Budding TV series sprouts from Wales

A Welsh animation company’s children’s series encouraging young audiences to take an interest in nature and the world around them has been picked-up to air by some of the UK’s leading broadcasters, including S4C and ITV.

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New Urdd project will help young people in India

The Urdd is today launching a programme for young people from Wales to help combat sexual and gender-based violence in India, following funding from the Welsh Government.

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Chief Scientific Advisor for Wales showcases Welsh circular economy with Indian counterpart

As the Welsh Government continues to celebrate the year of Wales in India, Prof. Jas Pal Badyal FRS, the Chief Scientific Advisor (CSA) for Wales has this week met with India’s Principal Scientific Advisor, Prof. Ajay K Sood FRS, to discuss Wales’ leading circular economy, med-tech and agri-tech sectors.

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Cabinet Secretary ‘out in the field’ to learn about sustainable land management

Climate Change and Rural Affairs Secretary Huw Irranca-Davies has been ‘out in the field’ learning about a world-leading Welsh Government programme responsible for evidence which support policies relating to sustainable food production, mitigating climate change and halt the decline in biodiversity.

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The medical solutions of tomorrow, developed in Wales today

A wound-healing product made from maggot secretions and a blood test for Multiple Sclerosis - the first of its kind in the world - are among the Welsh innovations to secure support from the Welsh Government.

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Learning about sea salt success on Ynys Môn

Huw Irranca-Davies, the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Climate Change, has visited Halen Môn, one of Wales’s best-known Welsh producers and exporters to the rest of the world.

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Transforming Towns programme supports strategic regeneration in Cardigan

A historic Grade II listed building in the heart of Cardigan town centre has undergone significant restoration work to repair and update its facilities.