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NHS Wales responds to extreme weather and severe winter pressures

Health Secretary Vaughan Gething said: 

“Despite experiencing one of the busiest winters on record, in the vast majority of cases, NHS Wales has delivered timely, professional care to patients. 

“It has been the second busiest January to March for attendance at emergency departments on record, including very high...Read More »


Cabinet Secretary announces £25.9m in Local Transport Grants

The money will go towards programmes to improve safety, reduce congestion, create economic growth and promote active travel.

Local authorities were invited to submit applications for their priority schemes. A total of 190 applications were received.

The Local Transport Fund of £6.15 million will allow 18 schemes across 13 local...Read More »


New Doctor Who game scoops prestigious gaming award

Doctor Who Infinity is the latest offering from Tiny Rebel Games. This new game follows on the success of the company’s prior and wildly successful Doctor Who Legacy game which has been played by over 2.5 million people since its launch in 2013.

Doctor Who Infinity, which releases this...Read More »


“We cannot allow damaging UK Government policies to plunge 50,000 more Welsh children into poverty” – Huw Irranca-Davies

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) recently published its findings on the potential cumulative impact of implemented and proposed UK Government tax and welfare reforms on people sharing different protected characteristics. 

The report analyses policy changes made between May 2010 and January 2018, which will have been implemented...Read More »


Access to EU market vital for Flintshire jobs – Ken Skates

Figures show 24 percent of the workforce in Flintshire are in the production sector, mainly in manufacturing, producing goods sold around the world.

In 2017, 60 percent of identifiable Welsh goods exports went to the EU and the Welsh Government doesn’t want any new barriers after Brexit that could...Read More »


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