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Welsh Government

Parc Cybi HGV facility to re-open next week

The HGV parking facility provided by the Welsh Government at Parc Cybi, Holyhead, is due to re-open on Monday 13  May, the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport, Ken Skates has confirmed.

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Exciting line up of Welsh talent revealed for prestigious 'Skills Olympics'

Six talented young apprentices and students from Wales have been selected to represent Team UK at WorldSkills Lyon 2024.

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Landmark vote marks new milestone for Welsh devolution

Landmark proposals to make the Senedd more modern and effective have today (8 May) been agreed by the Welsh Parliament.

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More funding and consistency for children with additional learning needs

The Cabinet Secretary for Education will today (Wednesday 8th May) set out how she will ensure additional learning needs (ALN) reforms are being implemented consistently in Welsh schools and local authorities.

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New plan to reduce deaths caused by infections resistant to antibiotics

Everyone must play their part in preventing one of the world’s biggest killers, Wales’ Chief Medical and Veterinary Officers have said as they launch the next stage of a 20-year plan to reduce resistance to antibiotics

RHA Climate Change Minister, Julie James

Resilient planning systems and strategic relationships key to delivering affordable homes in Wales

In a speech in the Senedd, the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning outlined her key priorities for her new portfolio.

Welsh Government

Welsh farmers urged to be vigilant for signs of Bluetongue.

Wales’ Chief Veterinary Officer has urged farmers in Wales to be alert to signs of Bluetongue as we enter a period where animals are at an increased risk of contracting Bluetongue virus from midges.

Cabinet Secretary for Culture and Social Justice Lesley Griffiths and Amgueddfa Cymru Chief Executive Jane Richardson

National Slate Museum aiming to become world-class visitor attraction

With the Bank Holiday weekend underway, Culture Secretary Lesley Griffiths has visited the National Slate Museum in Llanberis to see how redevelopment work is aiming to turn the venue into a world-class visitor attraction and has encouraged people to visit.

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Cadw's biggest conservation project taking shape at Caerphilly Castle

Culture Secretary, Lesley Griffiths has visited to Caerphilly Castle to see how a £10m investment at one of Wales’ finest historic sites is progressing.

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New Cabinet Secretary casts a wide net on first visit with fishers

Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs, Huw Irranca-Davies recently met with local fishers at Swansea Maritime Quarter.

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Food and Drink Festivals and Events Fund announced.

A fund to support food and drink festivals and events across Wales opens for applications on Wednesday 1 May.

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Home-grown Welsh zombie horror shooter tops international gaming charts

Sker Ritual, a gothic horror game with a strong Welsh backstory, was one of the best-selling PC and console games in the world following its launch last week– reaching the top 3 on Steam, top 5 on Xbox and top 10 on PlayStation.