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The Welsh Government has today (Wednesday, July 14) announced it will fund fire safety surveys for multi-occupied buildings over 11 metres to ensure the highest standard of safety for residents.
Wales will take its next step towards a future with fewer covid legal restrictions as First Minister Mark Drakeford today set out a longer-term plan for the summer.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething visited Boulders Climbing Centre in Cardiff to see how the centre has used Welsh Government Economic Resilience Funding to find new ways of operating - and keeping visitors safe.
The Welsh Government scheme which supports people on low-pay with a £500 payment if they have to self-isolate is being extended until March 2022.
The Welsh Government has published its new five-year Work Programme for Cymraeg 2050, the national strategy to reach 1 million Welsh speakers by 2050.
The Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters today issued a “national call to arms” to ask the people of Wales to help to deliver real change to tackle the climate emergency.
With the deadline for the close of the Welsh Government’s Race Equality Action Plan’s consultation approaching on Thursday 15 July, Minister for Social Justice, Jane Hutt, issued a plea to organisations and individuals across Wales to ensure they help forge the truly Anti-Racist Wales we all want to see.
Ministers have confirmed face coverings will continue to play an important role in helping keep us all safe from coronavirus in Wales.
Education Minister Jeremy Miles has today written to all headteachers and principals in Wales to provide more clarity on how schools and colleges can continue to operate safely when they return in September.
On Monday, 12 July, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will visit Boulders Climbing Centre, Cardiff to see how funding from the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund 3 has helped the business to adapt and develop.
The Welsh Government has made £2.5 billion available to support businesses across Wales during the pandemic, helping to protect in excess of 160,000 jobs that might otherwise have been lost.
Plans to reduce the national default speed limit in Wales from 30mph to 20mph on residential roads and busy pedestrian streets will form part of the Welsh Government’s legislative priorities for this year, Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters has confirmed.
Breast Test Wales, which usually screens 110,000 women each year is to receive £7.845m of Welsh Government funding to replace imaging equipment, the Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan has confirmed today (Friday 9th July).