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The Welsh Government has committed more than £2.3m to provide free face coverings for all learners in secondary school and further education settings.
Today, on International Day of Charity, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, thanked charities and volunteers across Wales for making life better for their communities throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Welsh Government has announced it will fund up to 37 additional places for students at Cardiff University School of Medicine.
Economy Minister Ken Skates has called on employers and workers to do all they can to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the workplace.
The Welsh Government’s unique Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) is providing vital support to a global technology business based in Conwy county borough, Minister Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates, has announced.
From Tuesday, 1 September organisations in the culture and heritage sector can find out if they are eligible to apply for financial support from the Welsh Government’s £53m Cultural Recovery Fund.
Local councils across Wales will receive an extra £2.8m to help them fund the increase in demand on the Welsh Government’s Council Tax Reduction Scheme (CTRS) since the start of the pandemic.
As Covid-19 restrictions ease, the Welsh Government is stepping up support to promote face to face services for victims and survivors of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).
Holidaymakers are being reminded to follow quarantine rules when they return to Wales from abroad to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Following a successful bid for funding, the Welsh Government is providing £500,000 to Cardiff Council to improve the infrastructure which transports fibre optic broadband around the city, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport Lee Waters has announced
With the new school term about to start, families across Wales are being encouraged to consider the different transport options available for pupils returning to the classrooms from next week.
The Welsh Government has moved to give the police greater powers to prevent unlicensed music events taking place in Wales, as part of efforts to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced today.