NEWS ROUNDUP: Welsh Labour promises to train 12,000 for Welsh NHS
Welsh Labour has said that it will train 12,000 new medical staff for the NHS if it wins the 6th May Senedd election. The pledge is part of its manifesto, which includes a new medical school in north Wales and improved pay for social care staff. First Minister Mark Drakeford has said the plans would "build the Wales of tomorrow".
University students in Wales are unlikely to have summer graduation ceremonies for a second year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Aberystwyth is the latest university to postpone its ceremonies because of uncertainty about when large-scale events can go ahead. This comes as Universities such as Cardiff Met & USW have also postponed ceremonies.
And Plans have been revealed for a £30m "Center Parcs"-style holiday park on the site of a former chemical plant. Developers want to build on the Amlwch site of the Associated Octel bromine plant, which closed in 2004. The news comes as Bluestone's plans to build a £120m holiday park on the island were shelved through lack of funding.
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