Archive for May, 2012

Growing-woodlands-in-wales
May
31

Wales’ 100,000 hectare target for more trees

John Osmond unveils a conference on one of the Welsh Government’s more ambitious sustainable development objectives

Cheryl-Gillan2
May
30

Cheryl Gillan misses a trick

Gareth Hughes says the Secretary of State should have consulted about increasing the number of our AMs as well as how we elect them

Capital expenditure would improve services and infrastructure in Wales
May
29

Treasury should treat Wales as a nation not a Whitehall department

Mike Hedges questions why Wales is being treated differently to Scotland and Northern Ireland on borrowing powers

School-exams
May
28
Dragon
May
27
HighSpeed2
May
26

Critical moment for the Cardiff and Valleys Metro

Mark Barry reports on the latest state of play in the campaign to bring rail electrification to Wales

David-Melding-AM
May
25

The contradictions of Welsh Conservatives

John Osmond asks whether a British federation is more than just a hypothetical possibility

Stephen Doughty (far right) with Oxfam Cymru campaigners in Robin Hood costumes with Jill Evans MEP, Vaughan Gething AM and Mike Payne of the GMB at an Oxfam Cymru Robin Hood Tax event at the National Assembly of Wales
May
24

Wales takes lead in Robin Hood tax campaign

Stephen Doughty looks back at a week that has highlighted the redistribution potential of a levy on financial transactions

House-building
May
23
vulcan2
May
22

Capital visions 2: Vulcan pub to be preserved at St Fagans

Peter Finch says the loss of historic Cardiff watering hole is only partly compensated by its finding a home at the National History Museum