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Expanding community testing for Covid-19

Additional Mobile Testing Units (MTUs) and a roll out of community testing in Fife and Grampian are being introduced to... (Continue reading)

Helping vulnerable young people through COVID-19

Funding to help more vulnerable young people across Scotland into work has been announced by Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop. Part... (Continue reading)

£40 million extra to support students facing financial hardship

The Welsh Government will today announce an additional £40m for universities to support students facing financial hardship, helping the students... (Continue reading)

Environment Agency invests £48 million in projects to benefit fishing

The Environment Agency invested over £48 million in projects to enhance fisheries and make improvements for anglers, angling facilities and... (Continue reading)

£7.5 million to digitally schedule shifts and save NHS staff time

NHS hospitals, clinics and pharmacies across 38 more trusts will be able to save staff time and money by rolling... (Continue reading)

‘Right to Regenerate’ to turn derelict buildings into homes and community assets

The public will be able to convert vacant plots of land and derelict buildings into new homes or community spaces,... (Continue reading)

Social care to receive £269 million to boost staff levels and testing

Funding to protect and support staff and residents in care homes and those receiving help in their own homes. The... (Continue reading)

Act now to keep your business moving in 2021, Business Minister urges

Business Minister Paul Scully is urging businesses who have not yet taken steps to prepare for the UK’s new start... (Continue reading)

Ireland and Scotland publish Bilateral Review of future relationship

Review recommendations will enhance cooperation and collaborations between Scotland and Ireland. The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, and Cabinet... (Continue reading)

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