Pressure has built within the party to change how Carwyn Jones' successor is elected. But arguments rage over what system's best.Read the full story ›
As the latest UKIP Assembly member quits - the party are now down to 4 in the SeneddRead the full story ›
Helen Mary Jones has returned to the Assembly as AM for Mid and West Wales. She replaces Simon Thomas.Read the full story ›
Leanne Wood says she'll stay as Plaid Cymru leader. The chance to challenge her closes tomorrow amid speculation others could mount a bid.Read the full story ›
Plaid Cymru's Simon Thomas says "now is the time to settle" the leadership of the party amid speculation of a challenge to Leanne Wood.Read the full story ›
Independent AM Neil McEvoy has failed in his bid to get re-admitted into Plaid Cymru. He was expelled for 18 months in March but that's been cut to 12 months on appeal.
He'll have to re-apply for membership after that time.
But Mr McEvoy told ITV Wales "this is far from over" and went on to claim he's considering legal action against the party.
A Plaid Cymru spokesperson said:
The Hearing Panel has resolved to uphold the complaints against Neil McEvoy. He is excluded from the party for 12 months. The decision of the Panel is final.
At 23, Jack Sargeant becomes the youngest ever Assembly Member but he will have little time to settle in to his new post.Read the full story ›
Welsh Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford has signalled he would consider standing as the next First Minister when the vacancy arises.Read the full story ›
Carwyn Jones hit the campaign trail today but one voter he met wasn't too happy to see him, questioning the First Minister on his political ambitions for Wales.
Welsh Labour want him to front their Welsh campaigns as several Welsh opinion polls show Carwyn Jones is more popular than Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour had a good result at last year's Assembly elections holding on to many of its marginal seats.
Carwyn Jones was again stressing Labour's devolved record, while Theresa May has been trying to set this election against a Brexit backdrop.
The framing of the debate over the next 49 days could prove crucial in determining the result.