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Cabinet Statements 2001

The Future of the Wales Millennium Centre

03/12/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Telecommunications

03/12/01
Sue Essex, Minister for the Environment
 

CORUS

03/12/01
Rhodri Morgan, First Minister
 

Support for the National Eisteddfod

03/12/01
Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language
 

Wales Skills Task Force - Progress Report

03/12/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

British-Irish Council

03/12/01
Rhodri Morgan, The First Minister
 

Creative Future: a Culture Strategy for Wales

03/12/01
Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language
 

Farming for the Future: A New Direction for Farming in Wales

03/12/01
Carwyn Jones, Minister for Rural Affairs
 

Welsh Development Agency: Output Targets for 2001-2002

03/12/01
Mike German, Deputy First Minister and Minister for Economic Development
 

Housing Asylum Seekers in Cardiff prison

03/12/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Strategy for Older People

03/12/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health & Social Services
 

Learning Disabilities

03/12/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health & Social Services
 

Hill Climbing Safety

03/12/01
Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language
 

Appointment of Members to the National Council for Education and Training for Wales

03/12/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

Broadband Wales

03/12/01
Andrew Davies, Minister for Assembly Business
 

Beta Interferon

03/12/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health and Social Services
 

Approval of £5.6M for Community Capacity Building and Community Regeneration Initiatives

03/12/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Improved protection for European Protected Species

23/01/01
Sue Essex, Minister for Environment
 

Written Statement regarding the First Annual Report of the Statistics Commission (Annual report)

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Welsh Baccalaureate

23/01/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

Annual Government Business Programme

23/01/01
The First Minister
 

Communities First

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

Terrorist Attacks in the USA on 11 September 2001

23/01/01
The First Minister, Rhodri Morgan
 

First Minister's Visit to South America

23/01/01
First Minister, Rhodri Morgan
 

Secondary Schools' Performance Information

23/01/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

Preparation of the Strategic Plan for Wales 2001

23/01/01
Andrew Davies, Minister for Assembly Business
 

Proposals for Local Government Revenue and Capital Settlements 2002-03

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

Children's Society

23/01/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health & Social Services
 

NHS Structures Consultations

23/01/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health & Social Services
 

Forest Enterprise Quinquennial Review

23/01/01
Carwyn Jones, Minister for Rural Affairs
 

The First Minister's Overseas Visits to California and South Africa

23/01/01
The First Minister's Overseas Visits to California and South Africa
 

Severe Weather Capital Grant System (SWCGS) Annex

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

Corus Steelworks Tragedy

23/01/01
Rhodri Morgan, First Minister
 

The Queen's Golden Jubilee

23/01/01
Rhodri Morgan, First Minister
 

The boundary change in the area of Tafarnaubach

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Welsh Baccalaureate

23/01/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

Investment through partnership in Wales

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

eGovernment Conference

23/01/01
Andrew Davies, Minister for Assembly Business
 

Launch of the National Council for Education and Training Commencement Order No 3

23/01/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

Update on the Assembly Building project

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

Foot and Mouth Disease: Effects on Tourism and Rural Businesses in Wales

23/01/01
Mike German, Deputy First Minister and Minister for Economic Development
 

Cabinet Changes

23/01/01
Cabinet Changes
 

Dunlop Semtex Factory, Brynmawr

23/01/01
Sue Essex, Minister for the Environment
 

Waiting Times Strategy

23/01/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health and Social Services
 

Wales Millennium Centre

23/01/01
Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport & the Welsh Language
 

The review of remuneration of chairs and members of public bodies

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

2000-2001 Expenditure

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister For Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Review of the Location of Assembly Offices

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minster for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

The Strategic Plan

23/01/01
First Minister Rhodri Morgan
 

The Education Bill

23/01/01
Jane Davidson, Minister for Education & Lifelong Learning
 

The Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee’s report “Diversifying the Rural Economy”

23/01/01
Carwyn Jones, Minister for Rural Affairs
 

Response to Discussions between Corus and Trade Unions

23/01/01
Rhodri Morgan, First Minister
 

Progress on Funding of the Partnership Agreement

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government & Communities
 

Local Regeneration Fund

23/01/01
Edwina Hart, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

Inclusion of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Children’s Commissioner for Wales Regulations

23/01/01
Jane Hutt, Minister for Health and Social Services
 

Foot and Mouth Disease - Support for Businesses in Affected Areas

23/01/01
Edwina Hart MBE, Minister for Finance, Local Government and Communities
 

The Role of Cymru'n Creu

23/01/01
Jenny Randerson, Minister for Culture, Sport and the Welsh Language