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Last chance to submit a new claim for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Employers who intend to furlough an employee for the first time must have done so by 10 June.


Abacare praises unpaid carers during Carers Week

A WELSH care agency is praising unpaid carers who have been looking after their elderly and vulnerable loved ones during the current restrictions (June, 2020).


Wales Carers Alliance responds to Welsh Government and Chief Medical Officer response to WCA COVID-19 letterr

The Wales Carers Alliance is an alliance of Welsh charities that exists to uphold unpaid carers rights and champion the voice of carers across Wales.

Drakeford playing catch up over face masks

The Welsh Conservative Shadow Health Minister, Angela Burns MS, has welcomed doctors’ leaders calling for face coverings to be worn in Wales where social distancing is not possibl

Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E department introduces a Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) system

In response to the pressures facing staff in the Emergency Department as a result of COVID-19, a team at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital has been working to introduce Trauma Risk Management (TRiM), a trauma focused peer support system.

South Wales Police are urging people to be vigilant following reports of suspicious doorstep callers

South Wales Police are urging people to be vigilant following reports of suspicious doorstep callers in the Pontypridd area offering

Covid-19: Rule relaxation of ‘limited benefit’ to many shielded people

Commenting on the announcement today (Jun 4) by the Chief Medical Officer on shielding, Angela Burns MS – the Shadow Health Minister – said:


The Price of Pupil Poverty Mini Guide now available

As part of the support for schools and children during COVID-19, Children in Wales have released a mini guide to support The Price of Pupil Poverty guides for Schools in Wales.

Call out for Best Practice and Innovative Ideas: What methods are school using to support children during COVID-19

Children in Wales are asking for schools to put forward innovative ways they are adapting to ensure pupils from low income and disadvantaged families are getting help and support during Covid-19.

‘The Welsh Government must explain the social care testing delay’ says Shadow Minister

The Shadow Minister for Social Care – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (June 3) has called for an explanation in the delay in the Welsh Government’s roll-out of social care t