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Students let down by Welsh Government

After months of anxious anticipation, last month the moment arrived when young people from across Wales found out whether their hard work had paid off as they collected their GCSE and A Level results.

Wales must make tackling cancer a greater priority

A leading specialist has said.300 more patients might survive cancer each year in Wales if services performed to the European average. That could be an estimated 600 lives saved if Wales ranked with the best.

Lottery Cash boost for Abergele group

Clwyd West Assembly Member Darren Millar has welcomed news that an Abergele group is among 62 organisations in Wales set to benefit from the latest round of funding from the National Lottery.

A “troubling decline” in Wales’ GCSE results

Today’s Welsh GCSE results have a revealed a “troubling decline” in attainment, says Darren Millar AM – especially for grades A*- C (see WJEC press release and detailed dataset attached).