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£10m to improve NHS care for major health conditions
A £10m investment to improve NHS services for major health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke has been announced by Deputy Health Minister Vaughan Gething.
- £22m of funding for Environment and Sustainable Development organisations in Wales
- Major investment in world class facilities puts Dragon ahead of the game
- £10m to improve NHS care for major health conditions
- Draft revised guidance on disciplinary and dismissal procedures for school staff
- Prevention of Pollution (Oil Storage) (Wales) Regulations
- Welsh Government action plan to further equality for transgender people
- Proposal for the registration of school learning support workers with the Education Workforce Council
- Draft non-statutory guidance for local authorities on elective home education
- Welsh Government Draft Equality Objectives for 2016-2020
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Section highlightEnvironment (Wales) BillThe bill creates the legislation needed to plan and manage Wales’ natural resources in a more sustainable and joined-up way.
Legislative programme 2014 - 2015 »
Bills that the Welsh Government will bring forward in 2014/2015.Learn more »
Section highlightTaxes in Wales
The devolution of some taxes to Wales from April 2018 provides us with the opportunity to reshape those taxes to better meet our circumstances and priorities.
1st Supplementary Budget 2015-16 »
The 1st supplementary budget proposes a number of changes to the final budget for 2015-16, which was published in December 2014.Learn more »
- Statistics & Research
- Evaluation of the Human Transplantation (Wales) Act
- Great Britain Day Visits Survey
- Great Britain Tourism Survey
- Local authority budgeted expenditure on schools
- Soft opt-out system of organ donation: Researching the views of Specialist Nurses and Clinical Leads
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The publication of data for April to September 2014, due to be published on 27 January 2015, has been postponed due to a delay in the data provider publication date. A firm date will be confirmed as soon as possible.
- In 2013-14 the number of attendances at fire and false alarm incidents by Welsh Fire and Rescue Services increased by 7 per cent compared with the previous year. However since 2001-02 there has been a downward trend in the number of incidents attended; the 2013-14 figure is 48 per cent lower than in 2001-02.
- The number of primary fires in Wales increased by 1 per cent over the year from 4,745 in 2012 13 to 4,787 in 2013-14. Primary fires include all fires in non-derelict buildings and vehicles or in outdoor structures, or any fire involving casualties or rescues, or fires attended by five or more appliances.
- There were 17 fatal casualties from fires in Wales in 2013-14.
- The number of non-fatal casualties was 625 in 2013-14, an increase of 16 per cent compared with 2012 13.
- In 2013-14 there were 15,301 false fire alarms in Wales, up from 15,088 in 2012-13, an increase of 1 per cent.
- The number of malicious false fire alarms decreased from 689 in 2012-13 to 646 in 2013-14.
- In around 3 in 10 dwelling fires in Wales in 2013-14, no smoke alarm was installed.
Cause of fires
- In 2013-14 the largest single cause of accidental dwelling fires was misuse of equipment or appliances, equating to 38 per cent. This has consistently been the main cause of accidental dwelling fires since 2001-02.
- In 2013-14, 72 per cent of primary fires and 79 per cent of dwelling fires in Wales were attended within 10 minutes.
Great Britain comparisons
- In 2013-14 the total number of fires attended increased by 10 per cent in England and 15 per cent in Wales.
- Fatality and non fatal casualty rates per million population were lower in England than in Wales in 2013-14, where fatality rates were 5.1 (in England) and 5.5 (in Wales) and non-fatal casualty rates were 152 (in England) and 203 (in Wales).
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