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Welsh Youth Parliament asks young people about mental health and wellbeing 24/02/2020
Heads of the Valleys road Wales Audit Office report – Statement from the Chair of the Public Accounts Committee 20/02/2020
Assembly Members to question First Minister on climate change, with the help of Port Talbot pupils 14/02/2020
“Other people see that you’ve been evicted, and assume that it’s for not paying your bills. I’ve always worked, and paid my way” 13/02/2020
National Assembly to meet in north Wales 06/02/2020
Homelessness, Schools, Climate Emergency, Transport for Wales and Health: Assembly policy committees have their say on £17 billion Welsh Government draft budget 31/01/2020
Assembly is Wales’ top LGBTQ+ employer once again 30/01/2020
National Assembly to scrutinise justice for the first time in its history 29/01/2020
‘Climate emergency’ not reflected in Welsh Government’s £17 billion draft budget 29/01/2020
“We’re at risk of losing our thriving live music industry for the next generation.” Bethan Sayed AM 23/01/2020
CCTV should be compulsory in Welsh slaughterhouses 23/01/2020
Bill to introduce new name and lower voting age becomes an Act 15/01/2020
Consultation on amending Public Audit (Wales) Act 20/12/2019
Pupils bring festive cheer to the Assembly’s Christmas trees 20/12/2019
Homelessness support is “everybody's problem but nobody's responsibility”, National Assembly hears 19/12/2019
“Business as usual” 6 months after ‘Climate Emergency’ declared 18/12/2019
New Leadership Academy to address the needs of future generations 11/12/2019
Committee back ban on wild animals in circuses 06/12/2019
“Student interests must be at the heart of the tertiary education bill” – Lynne Neagle AM 04/12/2019
Degree Apprenticeships: Unlocking potential for everyone 02/12/2019
16 and 17 year olds get right to vote - a historic day for democracy in Wales 27/11/2019
“Local government matters to everyone.” – John Griffiths AM 22/11/2019
“With an ageing population, carers are getting older too - it feels like we’re running towards a cliff edge” 21/11/2019
“Children learnt more Welsh history in a Welsh language lesson than from their history teacher” - National Assembly hears frustrations of teachers and pupils 14/11/2019
Senedd and Elections (Wales) Bill: Statement by the Llywydd, Elin Jones AM 14/11/2019
Acting Standards Commissioner appointed 13/11/2019
Brexit: Significant concerns for EU citizens living and working in Wales 08/11/2019
Stop thinking of communities as hard to reach and start thinking whether you are hard to reach 07/11/2019
Welsh Government needs to be more innovative with funding sources 31/10/2019
“Policing should not be used as a substitute for mental health services” - Dai Lloyd AM 30/10/2019
Calls for a community radio body for Wales and more support from BBC and commercial stations 29/10/2019
GWLAD festival to tour Caernarfon, Wrexham and Carmarthen 28/10/2019
Minister gives response to Welsh Youth Parliament Members 25/10/2019
“’No deal’ exit would present significant challenges for Wales” – Assembly’s Brexit Committee reacts after meeting with Michael Gove MP 24/10/2019
Complex benefits system is a barrier to reducing poverty in Wales 24/10/2019
New inquiry on the impact of variations in national and sub-national income tax 23/10/2019
“Reversing the decline of biodiversity is one of today’s greatest challenges” – Mike Hedges AM 23/10/2019
Call for consistent teaching of life skills in schools across Wales 22/10/2019
PinkNews Award recognises Assembly’s LGBT+ friendly workplace 18/10/2019
Urgent action needed before it’s too late for banks in Wales 17/10/2019
UK experts gather to examine Wales’ Changing Constitution and implications of Brexit 11/10/2019
Family friendly places to work - National Assembly for Wales maintains place among top UK employers 10/10/2019
Empty properties are a blight on communities, and more should be done to bring them back into use 10/10/2019
More focus and better support for Regional Skills Partnerships to reduce skills shortages and break low-skill traps 10/10/2019
New housing developments should be electric vehicle ready – National Assembly committee 03/10/2019
Welsh Government should set out its post-Brexit vision for protecting our environment 02/10/2019
Wales’ first Citizens’ Assembly reports back 27/09/2019
Brexit preparedness: Statement from the Chair of the External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee 27/09/2019
GWLAD festival opens; an opportunity to consider a future Wales 25/09/2019
“A more effective and accessible Senedd” - Electoral reform for the National Assembly - New committee to look at the future 18/09/2019

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