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The NHS and frontline council services, including schools and social care, will be at the heart of the Welsh Government’s 2024-25 draft Budget, which will be published later today [Tuesday 19 December].
The Welsh Government is providing funding to Trading Standards Wales to help tackle illegal vaping in Wales, the Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Lynne Neagle, has announced.
Mark Drakeford has today announced Kai Lloyd as the winner of the annual First Minister’s Christmas card competition.
Have your say on future farm support, as final Sustainable Farming Scheme consultation published
£8 million for community care to support people to stay well at home and reduce pressure on hospitals
Despite the extreme financial pressures on public services, the Welsh Government has held back an extra £8 million this winter to support people at greatest risk to stay well, receive care at or close to home and reduce pressure on hospitals.
Social prescribing of things like exercise classes, gardening and arts groups is growing in Wales and helping to reduce the burden on GPs by connecting people with their community to better manage their health and wellbeing.
A consultation on proposals to strengthen how animal activities are regulated in Wales, which will improve animal welfare has been published today.
Wales has beat its landfill reduction target and once again exceeded its recycling targets according to new figures published today (Thursday, December 7).
Tens of thousands of homes and businesses can access gigabit capable speeds as rollout of full fibre broadband smashes targets
More than 44,000 homes and businesses across Wales are benefiting from improved connectivity thanks to the Welsh Government’s rollout of fast full fibre broadband
Plans are in place to regain pre-pandemic progress in reading, maths and science, says Education Minister Jeremy Miles as PISA results are published.
“We are striving to achieve sustainable development goals for disabled people across Wales,” says Minister
Minister for Social Justice and Chief Whip Jane Hutt has reaffirmed the Welsh Government’s commitment to reaching targets aiming to improve the lives of disabled people living in Wales.
Wales’s already impressive recycling record is set to improve thanks to a new law that was passed in the Senedd last week.