Archive for August, 2011

Hydro power schemes are one way reduce the burden on carbon intensive fuels
Aug
31
Jeremy Hunt, Minister for Culture, Media and Sport
Aug
30

Can local television work in Wales?

Geraint Talfan Davies listens to the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, make the case for local television to the Welsh broadcasting community

Credit-Union-Card
Aug
30
Food co-operatives are an example of communities working together to improve local services
Aug
29
Detail of cover image for Unique Paths to Devolution, published by the IWA
Aug
28

End of the Imperial romance

Peter Stead examines an account of how the British constitution has clambered out of the footnotes and up the agenda

David Lloyd George photo sourced at Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru/National Library of Wales
Aug
27

Lessons from Lloyd George

Alex Harries charts the divisions that existed within Lloyd George’s Liberal party and which still remain today

John Davies is the Independent leader of Pembrokeshire County Council and leader of the Welsh Local Government Association
Aug
26

System failure hits west Wales council

Nigel Thomas finds leading councillors and officials in Pembrokeshire defensive on child abuse allegations

Postgraduate studies in finance and engineering could be the route to stronger Welsh industries (photo courtesy of Cardiff University)
Aug
25

It’s education stupid

Gerry Holtham says we need some new thinking on encouraging postgraduate study in Wales

Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
Aug
24

Wales faces a lost decade

Alex Harries argues that only a determination to invest in Wales’s infrastructure will counter the impact of the down-turn

Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillan visiting the Japanese Panasonic factory at Pentwyn, Cardiff in June
Aug
23

Falling in and out of love with inward investment

Ken Poole says the Welsh Government urgently needs to refocus on overseas opportunities