18:59 UK time, Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Would jobs in Wales be lost if the UK left the EU? Some blunt views, and determined side-stepping.
An inquiry into the future of devolution is inviting the public to have its say at the first of a series of drop-in sessions taking place across Wales.
Legislation binding contracts between dairy farmers and milk processors must be drawn up if a voluntary code of practice fails, say MP.
The shutdown of Britain's oldest nuclear reactor on Anglesey could be extended by 15 months if safety inspectors approve, says its operator.
Plans to attract long haul services from Cardiff Airport are submitted to a commission looking at air capacity in the UK.
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