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.
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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.
On Thursday 1st October our Deputy Chief Executive, Jamie Matthews and our Research and Policy Manager Manager, Dr Steven Macey gave evidence to the Health and Social Care Committee at the National Assembly for Wales on the Public Health (Wales) Bill.
From this month we are leading an Erasmus+ funded partnership which is the first project of its kind in Wales.
On 1st October a new law came into force, banning smoking in cars carrying under 18s.
Cut Films is an annual, national competition which gets young people to create a 2 minute film around smoking which they'd share with their friends.
We went to Pride Cymru in Cardiff this month to hand out surveys and find out whether smoking prevalence is higher within the LGBT community.
The take-up of smoking among young people between the ages of 16 to 24 remains high. With 80% of current smokers starting before the age of 20, preventing smoking from a young age is essential.