Wales’ Social Services and Public Health Minister Rebecca Evans today joined teenagers at a skills centre in Cardiff to mark the success of our unique quit-smoking service for young people.
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Cigarette packs designed with the world’s ugliest colour and graphic pictures have started to appear on the shelves of shops in Wales six months after the new regulations were passed.
Swansea Council today (Thursday 3rd November) launched a ban on smoking at its school gates, covering every primary school in the area.
Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist and celebrated Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn has created a self-portrait from used cigarette butts collected from a litter pick by pupils from South Wales.
Wales’s leading tobacco control action group ASH Wales Cymru celebrates 40 years of campaigning today as figures reveal nearly 400,000 less smokers in Wales than in 1976.
Primary school pupils in Llantwit Major have been picking up cigarette butts from a local beach to mark World Environmental Health Day.
Hywel Dda Health Board is asking the public to tell them how they feel about staff and public smoking on their hospital sites.
The last playground in Cardiff to become officially smokefree will be launched by families today as they unveil new signage at the Cardiff Bay Barrage playground.
We've launched a new competition as part of our Smokefree Baby and Me campaign, encouraging mums-to-be to quit smoking during pregnancy.