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Welsh Government

More funding for organisations who help everyone use more Cymraeg

Community-based language initiatives and local Welsh language newspapers are some of the organisations receiving a share of almost £260,000 to help us all use more Cymraeg.

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More Welsh farms receive Glastir funding at start of payment window

More than £28.5m has been paid to Welsh farms at the beginning of the Glastir 2022 payment window, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.

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Call for people in need to take up legal advice support

The Welsh Government is encouraging people in need of legal advice to come forward and see what support is available to them.

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Plan to address NHS workforce challenges

The Welsh Government has today set out its plans to address the challenges of staffing the Welsh NHS.  

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Business Wales – 10 years of supporting business growth in Wales

Ten years since its launch, Business Wales has supported more than 390,000 entrepreneurs and businesses, assisted the creation of over 19,000 new start-ups and directly helped to create nearly 47,000 jobs in the Welsh economy.

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£50m to bring empty homes back to life

Minister Julie James has today (Monday, January 30) announced a new £50m scheme to bring more empty homes back to life.

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Welsh public asked to speak up if they spot the signs of “degrading and intrusive” forms of violence against women and girls

Members of the public in Wales are being advised to look out for women and girls who may be at risk from – or may have already been subjected to – virginity testing and hymenoplasty.

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Statement about Clare Drakeford

A Welsh Government spokesperson said: “It is with deep sadness that we confirm the sudden passing of Clare Drakeford, wife of the First Minister.

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Menai Suspension Bridge to reopen on schedule

Works to reopen the Menai Suspension Bridge to a limited weight restriction of 7.5 tonnes are set to be completed on schedule.

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Minister encourages those struggling with bills to make use of vital advice services available in North Wales

The Finance Minister Rebecca Evans visited the ASK Centre in Rhyl yesterday and is urging people in North Wales to take advantage of the support available to them during the cost of living crisis.

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£86 million investment to improve cancer radiotherapy services for South Wales

Health Minister Eluned Morgan has today announced more than £86 million for new cancer treatment facilities, equipment, and software.

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All the ingredients for Flint business to grow

Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has officially opened a new production facility at the Pudding Compartment in Flint, which has benefited from Welsh Government funding.