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Where inquisitive minds are satisfied

This 5th year, with over 50 events planned between 16-30th June, the Wales Festival of Innovation 2018 is all about delivering unmissable events throughout Wales; showcasing the country’s business excellence and highlighting exactly why Welsh enterprise is at its most exciting.   


Authors including local talent Tracey Corderoy and Eloise Williams bring storytelling to life for second Pop Up Festival

Next week, 80 children’s authors and illustrators will take part in the second annual Pop Up Festival next month – a national schools literature festival that sees books brought to life from 11-22 June.


Wales has some of the UK’s worst access to healthcare according to report

The Centre for Towns has found Welsh residents are disadvantaged in at least one aspect of healthcare, no matter where they live.

Innovative pilot study improving access to mental health services

An innovative approach to delivering mental health services in Cwm Taf is helping to speed up access to the right services for patients.



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Report finds that 3 million hours of home care has been lost due to council cuts

A report by Age UK has revealed that older people and their families are struggling to access care at home, following years of budget cuts.

The Highway Code: rule change for motorways

The Highway Code section about motorways will change from 4 June 2018.

This is because the law is being changed to allow learner drivers to have motorway lessons with an approved driving instructor. This will help to make sure more drivers know how to use motorways safely.

Wales on the Map

Wales; the land of song, daffodils, sheep, rolling hills, Gareth Bale, a baked bean museum and so, so, so much more!



Wales; the land of song, daffodils, sheep, rolling hills, Gareth Bale, a baked bean museum and so, so, so much more!

Two great reads win Children's Book Awards

The Welsh Books Council has announced the winners of the 2018 Tir na n-Og Welsh-language Awards at the Brecon and Radnorshire Urdd National Eisteddfod at Builth Wells.


Primary school pupils excel during Road Safety Quiz

Primary school pupils have tested their knowledge of the Highway Code in Rhondda Cynon Taf’s annual road safety quiz – a fun, educational way to help them to stay safe as pedestrians, cyclists and car passengers.