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NEW TRAIN / WORK / LIVE GP RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

A major new campaign to promote Wales as an excellent place for doctors, including GPs, and their families, to train, work and live has been launched by Welsh Labout’s First Minister, Carwyn Jones.

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First Minister to mark 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster

Tomorrow marks 50 years since the Aberfan disaster, which claimed the lives of 144 people, including 116 children.

 

Ahead of the anniversary, First Minister Carwyn Jones is reminding the people of Wales of the national minute’s silence, which will take place at 9.15am tomorrow [Friday 21 October 2016]. 

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CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY COMPANY OPENED

Welsh Labour’s Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, has officially opened Suprex - the only commercial company in the UK to develop process applications for carbon dioxide (CO2).

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WELSH GOVERNMENT FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Welsh Labour’s Communities Secretary Carl Sargeant has agreed funding for a number of community projects in Wales.

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STABLE SETTLEMENT IN UNCERTAIN TIMES: LOCAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING FOR 2017-18 ANNOUNCED

Welsh Labour’s Local Government Secretary Mark Drakeford has announced £4.107 billion of funding for local authorities in 2017-18.

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EMPLOYMENT IN WALES AT HIGHEST RATE ON RECORD

Welsh Labour’s First Minister Carwyn Jones has welcomed the latest Labour Market Statistics which show that employment in Wales stands at its highest rate on record.

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REGIONALISED APPROACH TO TACKLING BOVINE TB ANNOUNCED

Welsh Labour’s Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, has outlined a new regionalised response to eliminate bovine TB in Wales as part of the Welsh Government’s refreshed bovine TB Eradication Programme.

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IMPROVING INFRASTRUCTURE DECISION MAKING IN WALES

New plans to improve infrastructure in Wales over the next 30 years and beyond have been outlined by Welsh Labour’s Economy Secretary, Ken Skates.

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PEOPLE IN RESIDENTIAL CARE TO KEEP MORE OF THEIR MONEY

Welsh Labour’s Minister for Social Services and Public Health, Rebecca Evans, has announced that from next year people will be able to keep more of their money when in residential care.

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DRAFT BUDGET TO TAKE WALES FORWARD

The Welsh Labour Government has published its draft Budget for 2017-18 to provide stability and ambition in uncertain times.

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