A Welsh Conservative government would end all social distancing measures on June 21 if the decision was backed up by the science, the party’s leader in the Senedd has said.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has sent a flower wreath to the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral to offer “sincere condolences” from the people of Wales.
The Welsh Government is taking legal action against the UK Government over the Internal Market Act, which it says “severely curtails” the powers of the Senedd.
Schools in Wales are set to fully reopen on Monday, along with remaining non-essential retail, and some travel restrictions will be lifted.
The Welsh Government would train 12,000 staff to work in the NHS, if the Labour Party wins May’s Senedd elections.
Welsh Labour would not support holding a referendum on Welsh independence unless Plaid Cymru won a majority in the Senedd, leader Mark Drakeford has said.
A referendum on Welsh independence will be held by 2026 if Plaid Cymru forms the next government in Cardiff Bay.
Plaid Cymru has unveiled its manifesto for the Senedd elections and pledged to implement the most radical programme since the 1945 Labour government.
Wales could reopen indoor hospitality and all holiday accommodation by the end of May if Labour retain control of the Welsh Government, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Going on foreign holidays this summer risks bringing new variants of coronavirus back from countries where cases are on the rise, Wales’ First Minister has said.
People in Wales will be putting themselves at risk of contracting coronavirus if they travel to England to visit beer gardens next month, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Gyms, leisure centres and fitness facilities in Wales can reopen from May 10, The Welsh Government has said.
Outdoor hospitality in Wales – including cafes, pubs and restaurants – could reopen from April 26, the Welsh Government has said.
Three police officers suffered minor injuries after being pelted with missiles including bottles while responding to “violent disorder” near the Welsh Parliament.
Extending free school meals to all children in primary schools would be a “personal commitment” under a Plaid Cymru government in Wales, leader Adam Price has said.
People in Wales will be able to stay in self-contained holiday accommodation from Saturday, First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed.
The leaders of Wales’ main political parties led tributes to the lives lost during the coronavirus pandemic at a national event of commemoration.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has paid tribute to people in Wales for uniting “in the darkest of times” as the country marked one year since the start of the first UK lockdown.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will take part in a televised commemorative event one year on since the first UK-wide lockdown to reflect on the coronavirus pandemic in Wales.
The ban on supermarkets in Wales selling non-essential items is being lifted from Monday as the country slowly moves out of lockdown.
A third wave of coronavirus could hit Wales in the future, leading to further lockdowns, the First Minister has warned.
The world of work has changed dramatically because of the virus crisis, with millions of people showing how possible it is to do their job from home.
The Welsh Labour Party has launched its Senedd election campaign with a string of pledges on jobs, building a greener economy, improving wages for care workers and helping younger people.
The Labour Party is kicking off its Senedd election campaign in Wales with a pledge of a job, a college or university place, training or self-employment for every person under 25.
A coroner has criticised the care given to residents who died at a scandal-hit nursing home as he highlighted a withering catalogue of failings – accusing managers of “dehumanising” and “warehousing” the elderly.
The deaths of five residents at the scandal-hit Brithdir nursing home in South Wales were contributed to by neglect, a coroner has ruled.
A coroner has slammed the care given to six residents who died at a scandal-hit nursing home as he gave a withering summary of a catalogue of failings – accusing managers of “dehumanising” and “warehousing” the elderly.
Two woodlands will be created in Wales in memory of those who have died from coronavirus during the pandemic, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
People in Wales have become the first in the UK to get their hair cut in a salon this year after the country’s restrictions on close contact services were eased.
Hairdressers and barbers in Wales will reopen from Monday for the first time in 2021, as coronavirus restrictions are eased.