The Welsh Government has changed direction on funding the health service. After a series of below inflation increases, the NHS will get an extra £425 million over two years.
It's an above inflation increase, worth an extra 3.2 percent next year. The Welsh Government says it will enable the NHS to transform its services.
But there are further cuts for local councils. Though there's extra money for schools, following a deal between Labour and the Liberal Democrats to get the budget passed.
Our political reporter, Owain Phillips, has been looking at what the budget could mean for the services we all rely on.
Macclesfield golfer Jamie Donaldson hit the winning shot to win the Ryder Cup for Europe on Sunday.
Jamie's now back home in Cheshire, and in between a lot of understandable celebrating, he took time out to chat to ITV News.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi says it plans to create 400 jobs at a new warehouse being built on the outskirts of Cardiff.
The council has given the go ahead for a distribution centre to be built at Capital Business Park in Wentloog.
The plan is for a 42,000 square metre warehouse, offices and loading bays.
The Welsh Conservatives claim that the extra money for the NHS in the Welsh budget fails to make up for the cutbacks already imposed on the health service. They also criticised the Liberal Democrats for agreeing to support the Welsh Government's spending proposals.
Plaid Cymru has claimed that the Welsh Government's budget proposals for 2015-2016 will create long term problems for the NHS. Plaid have been involved in previous budget deals but refused to negotiate with Labour this year in protest at the plans for an M4 relief road around Newport. The new budget is backed by the Liberal Democrats who also oppose the road scheme. It includes money for design work on the new motorway but if goes ahead, construction work won't start until after the 2016 Assembly election.
Finance Minister Jane Hutt has told AMs that there will be an extra £425 million of extra funding for the NHS over this year and next. She said the additional investment responds "completely and fully" to the funding gap identified by the Nuffield Trust in a report commissioned by the Welsh Government. The Minister said the money would support the NHS "in making the changes it needs to make". She added that although local government would face cuts, councils would not face the same draconian decisions as in England. They would also receive an extra £10 million for social services.