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Are Welsh children and young people active enough? Assembly inquiry launched 11/08/2017
Iconic Poppy Sculpture Weeping Window opens at the Senedd in Cardiff 09/08/2017
Welsh Government must provide leadership to protect our marine environments 09/08/2017
Brexit could threaten Welsh ports and bring road delays, Assembly Committee warns 04/08/2017
S4C must be fit for a digital future, Assembly Committee says 03/08/2017
Concerns over housing associations diversifying 02/08/2017
Remuneration Board Annual Report is published 31/07/2017
Wales remembers the Battle of Passchendaele 100 years on 31/07/2017
Stronger political will needed to improve ‘Cinderella’ bus services 28/07/2017
Welsh food and drink inquiry by National Assembly committee 27/07/2017
Ambition for Welsh forestry needed - Assembly Committee 26/07/2017
Essential that valued Communities First projects can continue – Assembly Committee 25/07/2017
Assembly makes savings and sees an increase in visitor numbers 21/07/2017
Public service expert joins independent Remuneration Board 18/07/2017
Brexit Bill could undermine the “will of the Welsh people” 13/07/2017
Inquiry to examine how selling Wales to the world is working 13/07/2017
Is emotional and mental health support for children and young people changing for the better? 12/07/2017
Scrutiny of the First Minister in Bangor 11/07/2017
Right to buy changes must be explained to those who will be affected – Assembly committee 07/07/2017
Brexit could provide the catalyst to finally create a Committee for the UK’s Parliaments and Assemblies – Llywydd, Elin Jones AM 03/07/2017
Committee sets out 10 priorities for “heroically ambitious” rail contract 30/06/2017
‘Clear need to increase the number of students from Wales able to study medicine at Welsh universities’, says National Assembly committee 29/06/2017
Stronger action needed to regulate use of snares in Wales, says Assembly committee 28/06/2017
Brexit cannot be imposed on devolved nations, says National Assembly committee 23/06/2017
Fire safety in tower blocks to be examined by Assembly Committee 22/06/2017
Wales needs certainty on EU funding replacement post-Brexit, says National Assembly committee 22/06/2017
Assembly encouraged to look beyond conventional media to reach people in Wales - Digital Taskforce launches “Creating a Digital Dialogue” report 21/06/2017
UK Government must improve its engagement with Wales if its legislative proposals for Brexit are to succeed 19/06/2017
Former Clerk to the Assembly made a Dame in Queen’s Birthday Honours 16/06/2017
‘Truly extraordinary’ Natural Resources Wales awarded £39 million contracts without proper business case, says Assembly committee 15/06/2017
Llywydd welcomes The Great Get Together to the Senedd 14/06/2017
National Assembly Commission sets out plan for name change 13/06/2017
‘Distinct lack of leadership’ in Welsh Government approach to coastal flooding, says National Assembly committee 13/06/2017
​Robust Assembly scrutiny highlights need for further examination of Welsh Government figures 06/06/2017
Changes needed to enable Auditor General to seek extension to statutory deadlines when auditing Accounts 26/05/2017
Additional Learning Needs law long overdue, says Assembly committee 24/05/2017
Funeral of former First Minister Rhodri Morgan 23/05/2017
Refreshed approach needed to tackle Bovine TB in Wales 23/05/2017
Tributes to Rhodri Morgan in Plenary 19/05/2017
Million Welsh speakers plan ambitious but lacks detail, says National Assembly committee 19/05/2017
People invited to pay their own respects to former First Minister Rhodri Morgan 17/05/2017
National Assembly continues to lead as hearing loss champion 08/05/2017
Making the National Assembly more responsive to the people of Wales 03/05/2017
Shaping the future of a youth parliament for Wales 28/04/2017
Circuit of Wales: Statement from the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee 27/04/2017
Youth Service provision: Statement from the Chair of the Children, Young People and Education Committee 25/04/2017
Trade Union Bill general principles supported by National Assembly committee 07/04/2017
National Assembly to host Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians Conference 06/04/2017
Wales should be world’s first ‘nation of sanctuary’ for refugees and asylum seekers, says National Assembly committee 06/04/2017
Partnership to establish a National Assembly for Wales archive 04/04/2017

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