Archive for September, 2011

Cathays Park: The absence of targets for the improvement of the Welsh civil service implies that Labour 'isn't bothered'
Sep
30

A better civil service for Wales

Michael Haggett echoes a call for Carwyn Jones to fulfill his manifesto commitment to transform the civil service

First Minister Carwyn Jones AM launches the Programme for Government
Sep
29

‘Cut and paste job’ on Manifesto

John Osmond asks why the Welsh Government’s ‘central organising principle’ doesn’t have a higher priority

Memorial commemorating the deaths of 45 miners at the Six Bells colliery near Abertillery
Sep
28

The cost of Wales’ heavy industrial era

Rhys David says a national memorial to those killed in industrial accidents could help draw a line under an iconic era in Welsh history

AlexSalmondMSP
Sep
27

Future of the Union 2: Looking ahead to Little Britain

John Osmond rehearses some dilemmas that will face Wales depending on the outcome of the Scottish constitutional debate

European-Parliament33
Sep
26
I shouldn't have to choose
Sep
25

Why children need fathers

Helen Lloyd Jones explains how Families Need Fathers is leading the way on tackling a social problem

Welsh libraries
Sep
24

In defence of the public library

Derek Jones finds that although borrowing is on the increase councils are being tempted to close down the word

George Reid
Sep
23
Cheryl Gillan, Secretary of State for Wales
Sep
22
Snowdonia
Sep
21

How can we best manage the Welsh environment?

Geraint Talfan Davies sets out the factual background to an IWA conference that will consider proposals to bring together the three biggest environmental bodies in Wales