This weekend two first ministers went head to head with their competing views on the future of the Union.
Wales is set to lose out financially because of the cut in the EU budget agreed by David Cameron and other European leaders.
Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has issued a stark warning the Welsh NHS faces collapse without reorganisation.
Johann Lamont and Carwyn Jones maintained their opposing positions on universality and “freebies” in speeches to the Labour Party Conference in Manchester.
A year after Labour took control of the ministerial levers of power in Wales, first minister Carwyn Jones has today issued the very first annual report.
Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has warned public sector workers across Wales to expect challenging times ahead from the savage attacks from the UK coalition.
A new poll has revealed Welsh Labour is “on course to make sweeping gains” in Thursday’s local elections.
The Welsh government yesterday outlined plans for 12,000 new jobs for young people over the next three years, reports Left Foot Forward’s Ed Jacobs.
Ed Jacobs reports on the Welsh government’s plans for an independent legal system.
Ed Jacobs reports on Carwyn Jones’ calls for devolution of energy policy to the Welsh government