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A new Science and innovation strategy for forestry in Great Britain to support the sector’s long term future has today [Wednesday 28 October] been published by the Welsh Government.
Minister for Housing and Local Government, Julie James, has today announced Sarah (Saz) Willey has been re-appointed as Member to the Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales.
With Wales almost a week into the national fire-break lockdown, Welsh Government Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, today gave thanks to the volunteers and community groups who have given hope and help to their local areas, both recently and during the previous national lockdown.
A manufacturer of automotive parts in St Asaph has been supported by the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund, allowing it to retain its workforce and continue operating.
Twenty Welsh businesses are hoping to boost exports to Japan thanks to a virtual export market visit organised by the Welsh Government.
As Wales moves into the “firebreak” lockdown this weekend, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, called on communities to come together in a safe way to support those who are most vulnerable among us, saying:
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has today called on employers to use extra Welsh Government funding to protect workers at risk of falling through a gap in UK government wage support schemes.
A pilot programme monitoring coronavirus in Wales’ sewage systems is finding that virus spikes in the community can be detected in local waste water.
The Chief Vets from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have today raised the risk level of avian influenza being introduced to the UK from ‘low’ to ‘medium’ following two confirmed cases of the disease in two swans in the Netherlands.
Speaking of grave concerns relating to the suitability of the use of Penally military base to house asylum seekers, First Minister, Mark Drakeford said:
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans says the job support measures set out by the Chancellor today are ‘a step in the right direction’, but warns that the level of support does not go far enough to guarantee a decent income for workers.
New logos for food and drink products with European Union Protected Food Name (EUPFN) status have today been unveiled.