Comments made by Piers Morgan about the Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey were “wholly unacceptable”, the Welsh health minister has said.
People in Wales can expect varying travel restrictions depending on where they live if the country moves to “stay local” rules next week, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has said.
The Welsh Government has not tried to set a “ceiling” on any pay rise for NHS staff, health minister Vaughan Gething has said.
Wales’s health minister has thrown doubt on the prospect of music festivals or sporting fixtures with crowds taking place in the country this summer.
There are “definite lessons to learn” one year on from Wales’s first case of coronavirus, the country’s Health Minister has said.
Wales’ Health Minister has confirmed the country will aim to offer coronavirus vaccinations to its entire adult population by the end of July.
Facebook’s ban of news in Australia has prompted Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden to seek a meeting with the company’s executives, according to reports.
Wales has achieved its target of offering coronavirus vaccines to everyone in its first four priority groups, the First Minister has said.
Wales’ Health Minister has said he is “deeply sorry” for the country’s coronavirus-related deaths as the total reported by its health agency passed 5,000.
Wales’s health minister was caught dismissing a colleague’s question as “ridiculous” during a virtual Welsh Parliament committee meeting.
Snow and icy conditions were a “key factor” for Wales failing to meet its target of vaccinating 70% of over-80s by the end of the weekend, health minister Vaughan Gething has said.
The Welsh Government has missed its target to vaccinate 70% of over-80s by the end of the weekend, First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed.
Wales’s Health Minister has said he will not know whether the country’s target to vaccinate 70% of the over-80s and people in care homes has been met for another “day or two”.
Just under 40% of those aged over 80 in Wales have received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.
Wales is on track to have offered coronavirus vaccines to 70% of people over the age of 80 and care home residents by the end of this week, the First Minister has said.
Under a quarter of people aged over 80 in Wales have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.
Wales could receive a larger share of coronavirus vaccines in future because it has an older population, the First Minister has said.
Wales’s health minister has denied holding back coronavirus vaccines following comments by First Minister Mark Drakeford that administering jabs too quickly would leave “vaccinators standing around with nothing to do”.