Welsh government publishes annual report
The Welsh government has published an annual report for the first time outlining the government record for its first year in office.
First Minister Carwyn Jones said Labour was committed to its pledge to deliver.
But opponents criticised a lack of targets and accused the government of failing to make progress on the ground.
The report, more than 660 pages long, covers all areas of public services and the economy.
The Welsh government was "realistic" about its challenges, Mr Jones said.
Jamie Owen hears more from BBC Welsh affairs editor Vaughan Roderick in Cardiff Bay.