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‘Wales being failed by Levelling Up’, says Economy Minister

The Economy Minister will today (Tuesday 16th January) say in a Senedd debate that the UK Government’s Levelling-Up schemes are failing Welsh people, businesses, and communities as the amount of unreplaced EU funding rises with inflation.

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Measures from 1 February to help eradicate bovine TB

The introduction of measures from 1 February, including Pre-Movement Testing, will be vital in helping to tackle bovine TB in Wales, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.

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Minister hears about Denbighshire business’ export success

A business in Rhuallt, Denbighshire is an export success story, exporting to over 15 countries, including Germany, France and New Zealand, and is now setting its sights on further growth.

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Appointments to Food and Drink Wales Industry Board

 

Six appointments have been made to an industry board which aims to grow, promote and enhance the reputation of the Welsh food and drink sector

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Sports start-up is batting for success thanks to Business Wales

The Welsh Government has announced further support for its scheme to help unemployed people facing hidden barriers to start their own business

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‘Patient safety will be protected during strike action’

NHS Wales, the BMA and the Welsh Government are working together to ensure patient safety is protected during next week’s junior doctors’ strike, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has said.

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£1.5 million for digital factory hub helping Welsh manufacturers to innovate

A pioneering project in Neath Port Talbot to help manufacturers boost productivity and sustainability has been granted £1.5m of Welsh Government innovation funding.

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Wales strengthens ties with Silesia to mark 20 years of shared history

First Minister Mark Drakeford is set to renew Wales’ longstanding relationship with the Silesia region of Poland.

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Plans unveiled for statutory registration and licensing scheme for visitor accommodation in Wales

Plans to introduce a statutory registration and licensing scheme for all visitor accommodation in Wales have been announced by the Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden today (Tuesday, January 9) with legislation expected to be introduced to the Senedd before the end of the year.

Education Minister on visit to Oasis for Citizen's curriculum

The Citizen's Curriculum: Empowering adult learners in Wales

On a visit to Oasis in Cardiff, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language Jeremy Miles, had the chance to see how a Welsh Government funded project was helping volunteer teachers teach English to refugees and asylum seekers.

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Iconic Tintern Abbey features on BBC’s Digging for Britain

Cadw’s ambitious five-year programme of essential conservation works at the iconic Tintern Abbey will be the focus of BBC2’s Digging for Britain on Thursday 4 January.