An operation to disrupt the supply and sale of illegal tobacco and alcohol in South and West Wales led to the seizure of hand rolling tobacco, cigarettes and alcohol, all believed to be illicit.
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Hywel Dda Health Board is asking the public to tell them how they feel about staff and public smoking on their hospital sites.
We've launched a new competition as part of our Smokefree Baby and Me campaign, encouraging mums-to-be to quit smoking during pregnancy.
Last month our youth project The Filter invited four Welsh youth groups to attend a residential in Romania, enabling them to share ideas about tackling tobacco with other young people from Romania, Spain, Belarus and Austria.
Every year we conduct an opinion poll in conjunction with YouGov around attitudes towards tobacco control.
From today, Friday 20th May, the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive comes into force and changes the UK’s tobacco and e-cigarette laws in various ways.
There's been much progress within tobacco control in Wales over the past few months. Keeping track of this, we've updated many of our webpages.
To launch our new Smokefree Homes campaign, we're running a competition for primary school children from across Wales.
At the beginning of March specialist tobacco detection dogs were welcomed to the streets of Cardiff to encourage the public to get involved in the fight against illegal tobacco in Wales.