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Welsh Government: News

by 2aik4

18 March 2024


Winners of Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon Challenge named

The challenge was announced by First Minister Mark Drakeford in March 2023 where he said the funding would be made available for at least three research projects working on tidal lagoon technology.

Welsh Government to pay for RAAC repairs in schools

The Education Minister, Jeremy Miles, has announced new capital funding of more than £12.5m to improve school and college buildings throughout Wales.

Proposals published to improve gender balance in the Senedd

The Senedd Cymru (Electoral Candidate Lists) Bill aims to make the Senedd more effective by being more representative of Wales.

Site dedicated to thousands of lives lost officially recognised as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales

memorial garden in Senghenydd, which commemorates those who died in the worst disaster in the history of British mining, has been given the “recognition it deserves” and formally acknowledged by the Welsh Government as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales.

£500,000 to help lower income families attend the National Eisteddfod and Urdd Eisteddfod

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language has announced additional funding of half million pounds for the National Eisteddfod and the Urdd Eisteddfod, to make this year’s festivals accessible to lower income families.

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