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As new barriers and complexities to our relationship with Europe continue to reveal themselves, Counsel General and Minister for European Transition Jeremy Miles today announced an additional £7m for projects helping to support sectors hit hardest.
Skilled work over the past months to install bridge beams to construct two viaducts as part of the Caernarfon and Bontnewydd bypass has now been completed.
£6.5million investment in obesity and pre-diabetes ‘will benefit both young and old’ during pandemic battle
More than £6.5million is being invested in combatting obesity and diabetes in Wales, in a bid to support those most likely to be severely affected by the pandemic.
People who are or have recently experienced homelessness in Wales are to be offered a Covid vaccination as part of priority group 6, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has confirmed.
Wales takes a step forward in addressing systemic inequality with the passing of the Socio-economic duty in Wales.
With Senedd Cymru passing the Socio-economic Duty regulations last night, Deputy Minister and Chief Whip Jane Hutt hailed it as a truly a ground-breaking moment in the history of Wales.
Retail, hospitality, tourism and other businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic will now be protected from eviction until the end of June 2021, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales Ken Skates has announced.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced an extra £50m to allow health boards to extend contact tracing over the summer.
History was made in Wales this evening (Tuesday, March 9) when the Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill reached its final stage before being passed into law.
The Welsh Government has invested a further £18.7m to extend incentives to support businesses in recruiting apprentices in Wales.
One million people across Wales have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, meaning almost 40% of the adult population now have a level of protection from COVID-19.
Elections May 2021 - Joint statement from the Welsh Government, UK Government and Scottish Government
Safe and secure elections are fundamental to our democracy. Now, more than ever, voters have the right to be heard, and on 6 May 2021 elections are scheduled to take place in England, Scotland and Wales.
“When we stand together, united as one community, we can make a real difference to tackling hate crime in our society.”
Deputy Minister and Chief Whip Jane Hutt on the launch of the ‘Hate Hurts Wales’ campaign