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Construction set to begin on new Dyfi Bridge

Construction of the new £46m Dyfi Bridge near Machynlleth is set to begin in March, Economy and Transport Minister Ken Skates said today (Friday, 12 February)

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‘Teething problems’ caused by weak trade deal begin to bite

As the Welsh Government published its analysis of the Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA), Counsel General and Minister for European Transition Jeremy Miles said it is irresponsible of UK Government to describe the consequences of their political choices as ‘unexpected’.

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The women in Wales leading the fight against Covid.

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

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£9.8 million of extra funding to support learners with Additional Learning Needs during coronavirus

The Welsh Government has announced a further £9.8 million to support learners with Additional Learning Needs. The funding will remove barriers to education for children and young people due to Covid-19. 

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Bill to manage Senedd election during covid pandemic approved

An emergency bill to ensure the next Senedd election can happen safely, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, has been approved by Members of the Senedd.

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Welsh Government enters joint venture with Pembrokeshire Council to develop first-class food park

The Welsh Government is investing £2m as part of an agreement with Pembrokeshire County Council to establish a first-class food park in Pembrokeshire.

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Further £8.9m to support creative-sector freelancers

Freelancers working in Wales’ creative sectors will receive a further round of support worth £8.9m, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Lord Elis-Thomas announced today.

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“We have and will continue to deliver for Wales” – First Minister

The Welsh Government has delivered its key promises to the people of Wales in the face of one of the most difficult periods of government in modern history, First Minister Mark Drakeford said today.

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Wales commits to net zero by 2050, but sets out ambitions to get there sooner

Welsh Government has today set out its legal commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, but is pushing to “get there sooner” as it gets ready for COP26 [26th United Nations’ Climate Change Conference of the Parties] in November.

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A5 River Ceiriog Viaduct essential work to begin

Essential work is to take place on the A5 River Ceiriog Viaduct to replace the major bridge deck movement joint.

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Join with us, and help to become part of the solution by taking the vaccine and encouraging others in your communities to do so.

Vaughan Gething and Jane Hutt’s message to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities in Wales.

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Welsh rail franchise now in public ownership

The Welsh Government has taken the Wales and Borders rail franchise into public ownership to protect services, safeguard jobs, and deliver infrastructure improvements in light of the ongoing challenges of coronavirus.