Plaid Cymru called for the health minister to resign after he caught making derogatory remarks during a virtual plenary session.Read the full story ›
Labour leadership candidate Vaughan Gething has called for local councils to get first claim on any extra money for Wales in the Budget.Read the full story ›
Four trade unions have condemned as disrespectful attempts to change how Welsh Labour will elect its next leader.Read the full story ›
The Minimum Price for Alcohol bill is to go ahead in the Assembly after the Supreme Court upheld a similar law in Scotland.Read the full story ›
The average Welshman can expect health problems once he's 61, two years younger than the UK figure. For Welsh women, it's 18 months later.Read the full story ›
There's a "powerful case" that eye treatment targets don't work for patients at risk of going blind, the Health Secretary tells AMs.Read the full story ›
Labour has responded to plans set out by the Welsh Conservatives to boost the fortunes of Cardiff Airport with a view to re-privatising it by saying that the decision to accept the airport's public ownership is a 'welcome u-turn.'
After months of burying his head in the sand, it's encouraging to see Andrew RT Davies now finally making this welcome u-turn and backing the Welsh Labour Government's interventionist approach.The Welsh Conservatives have been swimming against a wave of public opinion so it's no surprise to see them change tack and finally admit they've got it wrong.
We welcome the fact the Welsh Tories have joined the Welsh Labour Government in calling for the devolution of Air Passenger Duty. We now look forward to them stating publicly what representations they’ve made to the Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer on this issue.
Tonight's Sharp End looks at the difficulties faced by A and E departments and the forthcoming Anglesey council electionRead the full story ›