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Into Film Cymru Youth Advisory Panel for Wales seeks new members

Into Film is an education charity that seeks to put film at the heart of children and young people’s learning and cultural experience.

Changes to street works qualifications

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We published our national approach on how we manage street works and the people who work on them.

Universal Credit “is hitting the most vulnerable in Wales”

Housing and Regeneration Minister Rebecca Evans has written to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions to warn about the impact Universal Credit is having on some of the most vulnerable people in Wales.

A life alongside caring: Survey for carers aged 16 and over

It is important that carers have the breaks and support they need to remain fit and well and to be able to do more of the things that matter to them.

The Passport to better fishing in Wales

A new collaboration Between Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and Rivers Wales yn yn caniatáu Angling clubs, Associations and fishery Owners to reach the thousands of enthusiasts Who Enjoy eu sport.


Government launches Road to Zero Strategy to lead the world in zero emission vehicle technology

  • strategy sets out ambition for at least 50% — and as many as 70% — of new car sales to be ultra low emission by 2030, alongside up to 40% of new vans
  • government will take steps to enable massive roll-out of infrastructure to support electric vehicle revolution
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Nearly 400 Rhondda charity walkers step out to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support

Nearly 400 charity walkers braved the soaring heat to be part of the special 10th anniversary Macmillan Rhondda Walk on Saturday 7 July.

Appeal judges back Welsh ministers over differences with planning policy in England on a site adjacent to the A465 at the Blaengwrach Roundabout, Glynneath,

Planning is a devolved function in Wales and so differences exist and are likely to grow between policy there and in England, the Court of Appeal has noted in a case in which it upheld an inspector’s ruling.

Councils hit by High Court ruling on business rates and ‘occupation’

A company can occupy business premises to enable a building’s owner to escape liability for business rates since the law does not say ‘occupation’ must be for any additional business purpose beyond that of the occupation itself, the High Court had ruled.