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More than 54,000 people across Wales have been supported to improve their career prospects and get into work in the first two years of Working Wales – the Welsh Government’s employability service, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething announced today. Launched by the Welsh Government in 2019, Working Wales is available to anyone over the age of […]

The Welsh Government will provide £33m to support learners in colleges and sixth forms across Wales, as part of the £150m it has committed to the education response to Covid-19. The funding will be split between post-16 education providers, with £24.25m for further education colleges and £8.75m for school sixth forms. The funding will support […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have announced that they will be officially raising the flag to mark Armed Forces Day 2021. Due to the current restrictions in place due to the global pandemic, commemorative events are once again limited this year. However, the Council is keen to show its annual support. Councillor Maureen Webber, Rhondda Cynon […]

Ty Gwyn Education Centre in Aberdare has been shortlisted in the TES Schools Awards 2021, which recognises the most outstanding individuals and institutions within the UK’s education sector. All at Ty Gwyn Education Centre are delighted at being recognised in the well-being and mental health award category, one of only two schools in Wales to […]

A new report, published today (08.06.21) by Public Health Wales, identifies a range of activities and behaviours that helped young people deal with the difficult changes to their lives during the pandemic.   Spending time outside, keeping physically active, engaging in creative activities and hobbies, establishing routines, maintaining contact with friends online and being aware of […]

All over-18s will be offered a Covid vaccine by the start of next week, as First Minister Mark Drakeford praised the people behind Wales’ world-leading vaccination programme. Wales expects to reach 75% take-up for first jabs across all priority groups and age groups a month ahead of target – the original milestone was the end […]

Transport for Wales has introduced an improved rail service between Cardiff and Holyhead with greater capacity and fully refurbished intercity carriages. The first intercity train left Holyhead at 5.34am on 7 June, and arrived in Cardiff at 9.58am, providing an essential link between north and south Wales. Lesley Griffiths, the Minister for North Wales, travelled […]

A new £3m fund is being set up to provide respite and short breaks for Wales’ small army of unpaid carers, Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced. Speaking during Carers Week, Julie Morgan said the new fund will extend and improve the availability and quality of respite services, helping to support the […]

The clinical trial results released today by the MHRA show once again just how good the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is. It not only protects adults to an impressively high degree; we can now say with some certainty that it safeguards older children too. It is now up to the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) […]

Initial repairs to Berw Road Bridge in Pontypridd will start on Monday following the appointment of a contractor – which could enable the bridge to temporarily reopen this summer ahead of a full repair programme next year. Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has appointed Kaymac Marine and Civil Engineering Ltd to carry out scour repairs, along […]

Alongside its annual results for 2020-21, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water, the first, and still the only, not-for-profit utility company in Wales and England has announced that it plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040. As one of Wales’ highest energy users with an annual energy bill of £46 million, the commitment will play […]

Wales will begin a phased transition to alert level one from Monday 7 June with up to 30 people able to meet outdoors, Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced. Under the plans, large outdoor activities and events will resume first before three households and an additional support bubble are then allowed to meet shortly […]