2231 items found, showing page 7 of 186
‘Period products are not a luxury and access to them is even more important during a cost-of-living crisis’ – vows Minister for Social Justice
Period products should not be seen as a luxury item and available to more people struggling during the cost-of-living crisis, Minister for Social Justice Jane Hutt has vowed.
Putting the brakes on carbon emissions, steering towards alternative solutions and driving towards net zero by 2050
Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters set the direction for the future of transport in Wales today with a statement that puts climate change at the heart of decision making.
£8m boost for digital learning in Further Education
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, has announced an extra £8m investment to support digital learning in Further Education (FE) colleges over the next three years – with a total investment of over £30m in digital since 2019.
Welsh Government's Road Review
The results of the Welsh Government’s Roads Review Panel will be made public on Tuesday 14th February 2023.
Community-run broadband project in Michaelston Y Fedw successfully extends reach of faster broadband thanks to Welsh Government investment
A community-run broadband scheme in a rural village between Cardiff and Newport has successfully extended faster and more reliable broadband connections to even more members of the local community thanks to £525,000 funding from the Welsh Government.
Getting the basics right - £5 million tourism fund launched
The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden, has today launched a £5m Brilliant Basics tourism fund for 2023-2025.
International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Economy Minister visits University of South Wales to meet the growing numbers of women leaders in science [copy]
Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has marked International Day of Women and Girls in Science with visit to the University of South Wales (USW) forensic laboratory to meet with a growing number of women working in science, engineering, and maths (STEM) and to encourage more women and girls to consider a career in the sciences.
A joint statement on the Bus Emergency Scheme
A joint statement from Welsh Government, WLGA, Confederation of Passenger Transport and Coach and Bus Association Cymru
Celebrating Dydd Miwsig Cymru: £100,000 for grassroots Welsh language music
As gigs and events take place across the country on the eighth annual Welsh Language Music Day, the Welsh Government has announced extra funding so people enjoy even more Miwsig.
Welsh Government provides £300,000 to support aid efforts in Turkey and Syria
The Minister for Social Justice, Jane Hutt, has today (Thursday, February 9) announced £300,000 of financial support to provide emergency aid and rapid relief to people affected by devastating earthquakes in southern Turkey and north-west Syria.
UK Spring budget must inject more money into public services
The Welsh Government’s Finance Minister has urged the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to use next month’s Spring budget to provide the necessary support to protect public services and respond to inflationary, pay and other cost pressures.