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Research and Innovation in Wales at risk without enough support to compete for funding 11/04/2019
Bowel cancer outcomes in Wales amongst the poorest in Europe 08/04/2019
Quick wins and a long-term strategy needed to increase diversity in local government 04/04/2019
Welsh Baccalaureate could be a rewarding qualification if delivered effectively 03/04/2019
Income tax changes on track but Assembly committee concerned not enough people know 28/03/2019
Legislation Bill has great potential to make Welsh law more accessible 27/03/2019
What is an SIIA and how does it affect you? 24/03/2019
Marking 20 Years of Devolution 21/03/2019
New law gives greater powers for the people to hold public services to account 21/03/2019
More support and guidance should be available to patients using prescription drugs 21/03/2019
Finger pointing pointless after Autumn rail disruption 20/03/2019
Transparency obscured by confidentiality agreements 19/03/2019
Wales’s Grand Slam heroes to be welcomed to Senedd 18/03/2019
New Consultation looks at sources of funding for major Welsh Government projects 13/03/2019
Slow leadership on electric cars from Welsh Government – Assembly committee releases initial findings 13/03/2019
Children’s health in Wales facing national crisis 07/03/2019
Welsh Youth Parliament votes to prioritise Emotional and Mental Health Support 25/02/2019
‘Wales needs to set out scale of its ambition for international engagement post Brexit’ 21/02/2019
Preparations for a no-deal Brexit: Joint statement from National Assembly committee chairs 19/02/2019
Lights, camera, but not enough action for Welsh Government’s Media Investment Budget 14/02/2019
Senedd and Elections Bill to introduce Votes at 16 12/02/2019
UK Fisheries Bill a missed opportunity for Welsh fishing industry 12/02/2019
New Research Fellows join National Assembly for Wales 11/02/2019
Wealth of boardroom and public sector experience to ensure accountability and best practice at the National Assembly 07/02/2019
Emotional and Mental Support most pressing issue in Welsh Youth Parliament poll 07/02/2019
Wales in danger of falling behind on delivery of 5G phone network 24/01/2019
Llywydd represents Wales at centenary celebration of the Dáil Eireann 22/01/2019
National Assembly rated as a top UK employer of LGBT staff for fifth year running 21/01/2019
Delyth Jewell returned as Assembly Member for the South Wales East Region 16/01/2019
Tribute to Steffan Lewis AM by the Llywydd of the National Assembly for Wales 11/01/2019
MyTravelPass scheme - Statement from the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee 10/01/2019
Significant Improvement Needed for Welsh Agriculture Plans Post Brexit 08/01/2019
Appointment of the new Director for Assembly Business 20/12/2018
Welsh news should be a condition of commercial radio licence regulations 17/12/2018
Loss of access to European Single Market potentially disastrous for Welsh food and drink industry, says Assembly’s External Affairs Committee 10/12/2018
Consultation: Making laws in Wales clearer and easier to understand 06/12/2018
Giving young people in Wales a voice – first ever Welsh Youth Parliament Members announced 05/12/2018
Suicide prevention is everybody's business 05/12/2018
Concerns raised on the impact of Brexit on higher and further education 04/12/2018
Healthcare and medicines sector would face challenges from a disorderly ‘no deal’ Brexit, says Assembly’s External Affairs Committee 03/12/2018
Transport for Wales – Statement from the Chair of the National Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee 29/11/2018
What does the Brexit draft withdrawal agreement mean for the people of Wales? 29/11/2018
Welsh Government draft budget – Wales must be ready for income tax powers 28/11/2018
‘No deal’ Brexit would pose a serious threat to Welsh ports, says Assembly’s External Affairs Committee 26/11/2018
Actions of Natural Resources Wales awarding timber contracts “defy logic” 26/11/2018
Giving Young People a Voice – Welsh Youth Parliament Poll 20/11/2018
‘Corporate parenting’ must be stepped up to provide the right services for children in care in Wales 20/11/2018
Urgent action needed to reduce fire risk in Welsh high-rise blocks 16/11/2018
Proposal for Older People's Rights Bill drawn in Llywydd legislative ballot 15/11/2018
Brexit deal - Statement from the Chair of the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee 14/11/2018

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