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All NHS staff in Wales will receive at least the living wage from September, the Welsh Government has announced. The move will see 2,400 of the lowest-paid NHS workers increase their hourly rate to £7.65 – up from the current minimum wage of £6.31 an hour. Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford said that all NHS staff –...
Welsh Government press release Further Jobs Growth Wales success as 735 jobs filled in just one month More good news for young entrepreneurs as 317 new businesse...
Welsh government news Further Education Teacher Training Incentives announced New initial teacher training (ITT) incentives for eligible students undertaking pos...
Welsh Government press release A formal consultation has opened on the fee to be paid by teachers and the wider education workforce to register with the Education ...
Welsh Government press release £3.5m to develop primary care services in Wales A £3.5m funding boost to develop primary healthcare services in Wales is today be...
Welsh Government press release Finance Minister Jane Hutt has committed to consulting widely on new tax legislation following the First Minister's announcement tha...
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