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Committee concerned over rise in complaints to the Ombudsman office and the pressure this may have on future Estimates 16/11/2017
Statement on tackling inappropriate behaviour at the National Assembly for Wales 15/11/2017
Supporting vulnerable people in their homes – Assembly committee inquiry 15/11/2017
Tributes to Carl Sargeant and the resumption of Assembly Business 14/11/2017
Resumption of National Assembly Business 10/11/2017
Statement from Llywydd of the National Assembly for Wales, Elin Jones AM 07/11/2017
Is targeted funding raising school standards in Wales? – Assembly committee inquiry 06/11/2017
The Record - A new platform for Assembly business 06/11/2017
Mid Wales needs a Growth Deal too, says National Assembly committee 02/11/2017
National Assembly for Wales heads to Flintshire 30/10/2017
Is minimum alcohol pricing needed in Wales? – Assembly committee consultation 26/10/2017
Children’s rights on the agenda as Assembly committee quizzes First Minister in Torfaen 25/10/2017
Finding out the real cost of new Welsh laws 25/10/2017
National Assembly Commission budget needs more detail 20/10/2017
Poverty strategy needed for Wales, says Assembly committee 18/10/2017
‘The Sweet Singer of Wales’: Celebrating William Williams Pantycelyn at the Senedd 17/10/2017
Variation in perinatal mental health care across Wales must be addressed 17/10/2017
Suicide prevention inquiry consultation 16/10/2017
Interparliamentary forum on Brexit - statement 13/10/2017
Llywydd, Elin Jones AM, to discuss children’s rights and the Welsh Youth Parliament with Hillary Clinton 13/10/2017
National Assembly for Wales continues high standard for Britain’s most family friendly employers 13/10/2017
‘Major step-change’ needed if primary care clusters are to relieve pressures on GPs and Welsh hospitals 13/10/2017
Brexit Bill must be amended – Assembly Committee 11/10/2017
'Real world experience’ of disabled people doesn’t match public transport policies 10/10/2017
Cost of caring for an ageing population inquiry 03/10/2017
New Bill aims to make Ombudsman more responsive and citizen-focused 02/10/2017
Concern at £12.7 million difference in cost of Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill 02/10/2017
Will failing to build greener homes mean Wales misses emissions targets? 29/09/2017
National Assembly Commission reviews progress made on its ambitions for the future 27/09/2017
Record visitors flock to the Senedd for the Weeping Window poppies 27/09/2017
Resolving Welsh broadband and mobile ‘notspots’ needs new and innovative solutions. 20/09/2017
Marking 20 years since Wales said ‘yes’ to devolution 18/09/2017
Experiences of children in care to be examined by committee “over next four years” 01/09/2017
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

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