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The Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has praised Wales’ dedicated social care workforce at the Association of Directors of Social Services Cymru national conference.
More than £158m will be shared by over 15,600 farms across Wales as Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) 2023 advance payments are made tomorrow (Thursday 12 October), Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has welcomed today’s news that Wales will host matches at the finals of a major senior international football tournament for the first time.
There is a week to go until the total ban on the use of snares and glue traps in Wales comes into force, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has reminded today
Representatives from almost 30 major tour operators - who are responsible for bringing in thousands of international visitors from all over the world to the UK every year - are due to take part in a ‘Discover Wales’ (Darganfod Cymru) event in and around Cardiff from 8-10 October.
Ambitious plans to end homelessness in Wales will move forward today when key details of policy and legislative reform are introduced to the Senedd.
Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, is calling on everyone to play their part in the future of Wales’ health and social care system, as a new report shows an ageing and sicker population will put it under greater strain.
As we move into Autumn and Winter it’s more important than ever for all bird keepers to maintain the highest levels of biosecurity and hygiene to protect their flocks and stay vigilant for any signs of avian flu.
A farmer who sustained serious injuries on her family farm has welcomed news the Welsh Government is providing £80,000 to help improve the safety of farmers, their families, and visitors to farms in Wales.
Deputy Minister for Arts, Culture and Sport, Dawn Bowden recently visited Neath Abbey to see how a Cadw scheme is sparking interest and pride among local school pupils for the impressive monastic site – right on their doorstep.
Thousands of pounds worth of sales have been generated by companies in south east Wales thanks to a Welsh Government funding programme designed to help future proof businesses.
Aber Falls Distillery in North Wales has joined the list of Welsh producers awarded UK protected status for their Single Malt Welsh Whisky.