Archive for July, 2009

Jul
31

How much more wealthy have we become in Wales?

Eurfyl ap Gwilym considers how to gauge wealth in Wales:

Jul
30

Search for a Welsh Broadcasting Lifebelt

Geraint Talfan Davies assesses the significance of the Assembly Government’s new review of creative industries in Wales

Jul
30

Broadcasting Battle Enters Final Straight

Geraint Talfan Davies calls for a campaign against the failure of the Westminster Government’s Digital Britain report to respond to Welsh needs

Jul
29

Measuring Wealth and Poverty

John Osmond on how the First Minister is putting faith in the Assembly Government’s new Foundation Phase early years education curriculum to tackle child poverty

Jul
27

Victory from defeat

John Osmond takes a look at a new book examining the 1984-05 Miners Strike a quarter of a century ago that, he says, illuminates the struggles of contemporary Wales.

Jul
24

Railway upgrade – just how electrifying for Wales?

The Great Western Railway electrification is to be welcomed, says Rhys David, but some vital questions remain

Jul
23

Getting climate change message across

John Osmond hears veteran campaigner Jonathan Porritt deliver an American message to Welsh environmentalists

Jul
21

Losing out to Barnett

John Osmond looks at the way Labour Secretaries of State have been promoting Welsh interests in Whitehall

Jul
20

IWA west Wales branch visit to Bluestone

The west Wales branch visited Bluestone Leisure village in Pembrokeshire for their June meeting to understand the impact of the development on the west Wales economy over the first year of its operation.

Jul
17

Lords say Barnett is ‘arbitrary and unfair’

Eurfyl ap Gwilym on the implications of the Lords’ report into the Barnett formula: