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Early Years Minister launches anti-racist guidance for childcare settings

Early Years Minister Jayne Bryant has welcomed guidance aimed at creating an anti-racist culture in childcare settings in Wales during a launch event in North Wales.

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Future generations outline ideas to tackle climate change.

As part of Climate Challenge Cymru, 50 pupils from 10 mid and west Wales schools took part in a Climate Youth event at the Senedd this week.

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Welsh Government response to latest NHS Wales performance data: April and May 2024

The Welsh Government has responded to the latest NHS performance data published today. A spokesperson said:

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Stunning new pictures show how a Peruvian Amazon nation is moving to renewable energy thanks to Welsh Government funding

New pictures have shown how Welsh Government funding is being used by an indigenous Peruvian Amazon nation to support their goal of transitioning to 100 per cent renewable energy.

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Wales to lead the green energy revolution with bold investments and initiatives

Global Offshore Wind conference left in no doubt as to Wales’ expertise and ambition.

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Wales legislates to tackle Bovine Viral Diarrhoea

On 1 July, the Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (Wales) Order 2024 will be introduced to facilitate an industry-led approach to eradicating the disease.

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Paperless clinic and kits to reduce medicine waste winners at NHS Awards

Healthcare professionals have been awarded for their successes in making NHS services more environmentally friendly at the Welsh Sustainability Awards 2024.

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Innovative partnership delivers vital services and temporary accommodation for local residents

A former care home in the heart of Merthyr Tydfil has been redeveloped to provide temporary accommodation housing for young people and adults in a crisis.

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Welsh young people lead the way championing 30 years of Eco-Schools

Hundreds of thousands of pupils in Wales are taking action on climate change as the Eco-Schools education programme celebrates 30 years. 

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Recognition in schools vital to help young carers thrive

Minister for Social Care Dawn Bowden heard from young carers during Carers’ Week about the importance of being identified, as a first step to accessing support in school.

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‘Fair Work key to a stronger, more sustainable retail sector’ – Minister for Social Partnership

The Welsh Government is making progress in ensuring that those employed in the retail sector are fairly and properly paid and treated.