Top ten articles

Leanne Wood
Nov
15

After Leanne’s honeymoon

David Taylor says Plaid’s idea of a wiki manifesto is a distraction from engaging the electorate with a serious set of policies

One-Nation
Nov
01

Your multicultural nation is not necessarily mine

Daniel G. Williams investigates the contrasting narratives used to describe British compared with Welsh or Scottish nationalism

Tryweryn-natural-resources
Dec
18

False prospectus underpins Natural Resources Wales

Jon Owen Jones says the creation of Wales’s biggest quango is following a costly pattern

bis-awards-2011
Nov
24

Company of the year >£10m – Sponsored by Cardiff Business School

The Business Awards for Wales are an initiative of the IWA and the Western Mail, in association with PwC

Poster advertising the Welsh Baccalaureate
Oct
12

Why the Welsh Baccalaureate is a soft option

Gareth Williams gives a pupil’s eye view of a qualification that he says is failing badly in its current flawed design

Map broadly outlining the main potential resource development areas for wind, wave and tidal energy in the Bristol Channel (
Apr
28

Technology cannot tackle climate change

Calvin Jones says Wales can lead the way in replacing economic growth with the notion of useful work

Jill Evans MEP
May
29

While England shifts right Wales goes left

Jill Evans says UKIP’s failure to make an impact marks out Welsh politics

The proposed South Wales city region incorporates lines to the heads of the valleys in the north, Newport and the Severn Tunnel to the east, Penarth and Cardiff Airport to the south and Maesteg in the west
Jan
10

Welsh infrastructure hopes for 2012

Mark Barry lists some major projects that could have a lasting impact on the Welsh economy

Rhodri Talfan Davies is Director of BBC Cymru Wales
May
05

Wales has the most porous culture in Europe

Rhodri Talfan Davies invites a national conversation on how Radio Cymru can find its place in a ‘messy’ world

croesoigymru
Oct
22