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Compound semiconductor technology sector will be at the heart of the next industrial revolution – Economy Minister Vaughan Gething
The compound semiconductor technology sector will be at the heart of the next industrial revolution and is of vital importance to the Welsh economy, Minister for Economy Vaughan Gething has said.
Director Gareth Evans’ exciting new project for Netflix, HAVOC, is set to be filmed in Wales this summer. The action thriller will be one of the biggest films ever to be produced in Wales, with Tom Hardy and Forest Whitaker on board to star.
The Welsh Government has awarded £2 million to further education colleges to provide training for jobs in the green economy.
The UK Government has yet to present an offer to the Welsh Government for a Freeport to be established in Wales, Welsh Ministers will tell a Westminster committee later.
Jeremy Miles today confirmed he is to provide additional support for schools to enable the momentum behind the introduction of our new Curriculum for Wales to continue and to rollout in primary schools and non-maintained nursery settings from September 2022.
Counsel General, Mick Antoniw will today announce the new laws which will help transform Wales into stronger, greener and fairer country.
In the Senedd later today, Minister for Climate Change Julie James will set out an “ambitious three-pronged approach” to address the impact of second home ownership on Wales’ communities.
A lifesaving programme to help improve survival rates after a cardiac arrest is being supported with almost £2.5m over the next three years by the Welsh Government.
The NHS in Wales has been honoured with The George Cross in recognition of the incredible effort of all those working in the NHS during the pandemic.
On the 73rd anniversary of the birth of the NHS, Health and Social Services Minister Eluned Morgan has written to all NHS Chief Executives and staff, including those working in social care, to thank them for their efforts over the course of the pandemic.
Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd, Lesley Griffiths has visited Rhual Dairy Farm near Mold to see how Welsh Government supported projects are helping strengthen the business.
Vaccination centres across many parts of Wales will be open for walk-in appointments from this weekend as the Health Minister makes a call to all adults to get their jab. So far, 75% of people aged under-50 in Wales have had their first dose.