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Wales pilots Basic Income scheme

Launched by First Minister Mark Drakeford, it is hoped the pilot will set care leavers on a path to live healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.

Unpaid carers urged to apply for their £500 payment

To date 69% of eligible carers in Wales have applied and Ministers are calling on those remaining unpaid carers to come forward.

Consultation to introduce BVD eradication scheme

A proposal to introduce a compulsory scheme to eradicate Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) in Wales has gone out to consultation.

New framework for school improvement to focus on learner progression

The Welsh Government has published a new school improvement framework, ensuring that learner progression and well-being is at the heart of all efforts to deliver high standards and aspirations.

New support scheme launched to help those affected by fire safety issues

The new scheme will provide tailored, independent advice to leaseholders in affected homes.

New members appointed to the Citizen Voice Body for Health and Social Care

A new deputy chair and 6 non-executive members have been appointed to the new Citizen Voice Body for Health and Social Care (CVB).

£8.5 million Welsh Government investment in major new industrial scheme in Ebbw Vale

The Welsh Government is investing £8.5 million in building significant new industrial space in Blaenau Gwent aimed at attracting leading businesses to the area, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.

Welsh food and drink exports hit record high

Welsh food and drink exports hit a record high in 2021 reaching £641m, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.

First law passed by this Welsh Government

The Tertiary Education and Research (TER) Bill will set out our vision for the future of post 16 education into law and creates a new national steward for post-16 education to expand lifelong learning, focus on learner welfare, and support our colleges and universities.

£48 million to help Wales’ bus industry survive and thrive

The bus industry in Wales is set to receive a support package worth £48 million to help them recover from the impact of the pandemic and deal with emerging financial challenges.

Free swimming in Wales for the armed forces

On Armed Forces Day, the Welsh Government announced the continuation of the armed forces free swimming scheme.

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