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Welsh Government funding for roll-out of award-winning food project in Valleys schools

More Valleys schools will soon have access to an award-winning project which has seen a converted shipping container become a focal point for hands-on learning about food as well as a place where low income families can stock up on free or reduced price provisions.

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£25m boost for digital services across Welsh NHS

An extra £25m investment will help the NHS to continue the move to more digital services, Health and Social Services Minister Vaughan Gething said today.

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Cwm Taf Morgannwg – latest maternity report

The latest report into maternity services at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has been published today [Monday 25].

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Cwm Taf Morgannwg – latest maternity report

The latest report into maternity services at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has been published today [Monday 25].

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Ministers announce £17.7m Spectator Sports Survival Fund

A £17.7m funding package, to help spectator sports severely impacted by the pandemic, has been announced by the Welsh Government.

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GPs join forces to vaccinate over 80s closer to home

GPs in rural communities are joining forces to set up community vaccination centres to help vaccinate more people closer to home.

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Flood-hit homes to receive funding following “devastating” scenes across Wales

Homes in Wales hit by recent flooding will receive between £500 and £1000 in support following “devastating” scenes of damage across the country.

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One in ten workers in Wales don't have a good understanding of their workplace rights.

One in ten workers surveyed in Wales don’t have a good understanding of their workplace rights, reveals recent research conducted by YouGov.

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Further £3m boost for everyday economy projects

The Welsh Government is providing a further £3 million for projects which support, improve and deliver the everyday goods and services we all use and need.

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Carers Support Fund increased by a quarter of a million pounds

A further £250k has been announced to help unpaid carers in Wales cope with the financial pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Changes to qualifications confirmed by Education Minister Kirsty Williams following further disruption to learning

Learners in Wales studying for Qualifications Wales approved GCSE, AS and A levels this year will receive grades determined by their school or college, based on work they have completed over their course.

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Ministers seek Senedd consent for emergency Bill to manage Senedd election during Covid pandemic

The Welsh Government is to seek the Senedd’s consent for an emergency Bill to be introduced to ensure the next Senedd election happens safely, enabling the electorate to participate and vote during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.