NEWS ROUNDUP: Kaiser Chiefs get a third Cardiff rescheduling
Here is your Wales news roundup...
Rugby fans have been urged to watch Saturday's Grand Slam bid at home and not with friends and family. The Wales-France game will kick off in Paris at 8pm on Saturday, and a win would secure the Six Nations title for Wales. Health Minister, Vaughan Gething has said meeting up could lead to a "significant rebound" in cases.
A bonus payment will be paid to all NHS and social care workers in Wales. The Welsh government said it would pay nearly 222,000 people the equivalent of £735 each, with an element to cover tax and National Insurance deductions. The extra payment is the second bonus for social care staff, and the first for NHS workers
And finally - Depot at the Castle has a new date for headliners Kaiser Chiefs this summer. This will be the third time that the gig, originally due to take place on July 11, 2020, it has been rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The band will now come to Cardiff on Saturday, August 14, 2021.
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