In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, today (Tuesday 5th May) I announced new arrangements to ensure people who are shielding or self-isolating can continue to get their prescription medicines in partnership
The Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has announced up to £3 million to support ‘digitally excluded’ learners during the coronavirus pandemic.
As part of the ‘Stay Safe. Stay Learning’ programme, the Welsh
With more of us working and socialising online during the Coronavirus crisis we are experiencing an unprecedented increase in the number of email scams and cyber-crime throughout the country.
Wales has become the first country in the UK to guarantee ongoing funding for children to continue to receive free school meals throughout the summer holidays in response to the
On Sunday I announced new plans to get more critical workers tested for coronavirus so they can return to work more quickly.
Technology solutions, military planning support and removing the cap
On Sunday I announced a three-month package of additional support worth up to £6.3m for hospices in Wales
Hospice services in Wales rely on charitable fundraising for around two thirds of their