Welsh Government


Housing and Regeneration Minister visits Wrexham homelessness project

The Wrexham Community Care Hub, based at the Salvation Army Centre brings together a number of services including GP services, mental health, substance misuse services, housing and homelessness services under one roof. 

Rebecca Evans said:

“It was good to see the team’s approach of ‘everyone in the room,’ with open...Read More »

Adult gender identity services available in Wales this autumn

The new Welsh Gender Team will start seeing patients at the end of October, allowing transgender people to access the care they need closer to home.

Currently, all patients who present with gender dysphoria are referred to the London Gender Identity Clinic, where they are assessed and provided with a treatment...Read More »

Essential A55 improvement work after no daytime lane closures commitment achieved

During that period, dating back to April 2017, all routine work involving lane closures has taken place overnight. Daytime lane closures have only been necessary in the immediate aftermath of serious collisions.

Today’s announcement comes as essential improvement works are needed on the Kneeshaw Lupton underbridge near Junction 23 Llanddulas.

The works,...Read More »

Superfast take-off for Gwynedd business

Leader of the House with responsibility for digital, Julie James visited Jim Ellis who co-runs When it Rains Creative, based at Llwyndyrus Farm, to see how accessing superfast speeds had made a real difference.

The farm has been enabled to access superfast broadband under the Superfast Cymru programme and is benefiting...Read More »

A level and Welsh Baccalaureate students congratulated by Kirsty Williams

The A level provisional results for Wales show an improvement overall with 8.7% of grades awarded at A*, the best outcome in Wales since this grade was introduced, in 2010, 0.4 percentage point higher than the previous best figure in 2017.

In the other figures from today’s results:

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