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All residential high-rise buildings in Wales on the route to remediation

Wales has become the first country in the UK to confirm a route to remediation for all high-rise residential buildings affected by fire safety issues.

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Economy Minister sets out top priorities for a stronger Welsh economy ‘built by all of us’

Ambition for stand-out Welsh strengths, green prosperity, skills and local jobs form the top priorities for the Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, who will today (Tuesday 28th November) set out his plans to deliver the Welsh Government’s Mission for a stronger economy.

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Action plan to help farmers take advantage of digital technology

A new Welsh Government plan is aiming to ensure the agriculture sector in Wales fully benefits from digital technology.

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Winter Fair is chance to discuss opportunities and future of farming in Wales

The Winter Fair is an important event to showcase the best of rural Wales and discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the agriculture sector especially in responding to the climate and nature emergencies, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.

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Record number of food businesses achieving top hygiene ratings across Wales as mandatory display turns 10

Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing Lynne Neagle, and Chair of the Food Standards Agency, Professor Susan Jebb, welcome the significant improvement in hygiene ratings for Welsh food businesses on the 10th anniversary of mandatory display of food hygiene ratings.

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North Wales Medical School gearing up for first students in 2024

Preparations are well underway for the first intake of students who will study at the new, independent North Wales Medical School at Bangor University, the Minister for North Wales Lesley Griffiths said today as she visited the facility.

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Young Welsh voices created for children and young people who rely on technology to communicate

Children and young people in Wales who rely on technology to communicate now have access to young Welsh-accented voices and Welsh language versions, the Deputy Minister for Social Services, Julie Morgan, has announced.

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Welsh Government response to latest NHS Wales performance data: September and October 2023

The Welsh Government has responded to the latest NHS Performance data published today (November 23rd).

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New orthopaedic hub at Llandudno hospital

The Welsh Government has agreed funding of up to £29.4m for a new Orthopaedic hub at Llandudno Hospital to help reduce orthopaedic waiting times.

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Deputy Minister committed to ensuring unpaid carers get support and recognition they deserve

The Deputy Minister for Social Services, Julie Morgan, has marked Carers Rights Day today (November 23rd) by praising the important role of unpaid carers in communities across Wales and highlighting the support available to them. 

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No relief for Welsh schools and hospitals – Rebecca Evans on the Autumn Statement

“The Chancellor didn’t give us an Autumn Statement today - he gave us a laundry list of short-term pilot programmes, pet projects and more austerity,” Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said in response.

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Charter to develop healthcare innovation in Wales

AstraZeneca, the UK’s leading life science company, are the latest organisation to sign up to a charter to promote health care innovation in Wales.