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The Welsh Government implements policies across a wide range of areas such as agriculture, economic development, education, the health service, transport, social services, tourism, planning and sport.

Ken Skates leads partners in push for greater road safety in Wales
Although we have some of the safest roads in the world, every death or serious injury is one too many, Economy Sectary Ken Skates has said today.

Economy Secretary visits Ford in Bridgend
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates was at Bridgend Ford to see first hand the preparatory work underway  for production of the new Dragon Engine

Maximum tuition fee in Wales will remain £9,000 – Kirsty Williams
Maximum tuition fee in Wales will remain £9,000 – Kirsty Williams

We must continue to tackle Hate Crime – Cab Sec
Carl Sargeant today highlighted the Welsh Government’s work with partners to reduce the number of hate crimes and incidents across Wales.

Consultation opens on appeals process for non-domestic rates in Wales
A consultation opens today on improving and modernising the long established system to make sure that it’s fair and works as well as it can.

Mark Drakeford in Brussels to meet Guy Verhofstadt MEP
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford will today visit Brussels to meet Guy Verhofstadt MEP, the European Parliament’s Brexit negotiator.

Talgarth Bakery expand production
Maesteg-based Talgarth Bakery is set to move part of its production to newly refurbished premises thanks to help from the Welsh Government’s Repayable Business Finance

Our Route to becoming a Circular Economy nation
Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Lesley Griffiths today outlined the steps Wales will take in its move to becoming a Circular Economy nation.

£215,000 to improve adoption services
£215,000 has been awarded to the National Adoption Service to improve and develop adoption support services in Wales.

Changes to early entry exams announced – Kirsty Williams
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced new rules to reduce the number of pupils being entered too early for exams (Mon 16th Oct).