24 July 2014 Last updated at 07:01

Big rise in council redundancy costsMoney

Cash-strapped Welsh councils have spent nearly twice as much on making staff redundant as they did last year, BBC Wales learns.


Ann ClwydAnn Clwyd reconsiders standing down

The Labour MP for Cynon Valley, Ann Clwyd, says she may yet stand at next year's general election, after announcing in February she would be standing down.

CitywingAir service inquiry 'superficial'

A member of an assembly committee that investigated the subsidised air link between Cardiff and Anglesey says the inquiry was 'superficial'.

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Nick Servini Article written by Nick Servini Nick Servini Political editor, Wales

M4 relief road: brave or reckless?

I've been covering the political fallout from the announcement late on Wednesday afternoon by the transport minister Edwina Hart that a £1bn relief road is going to be built south of Newport and what is clear is how polarised opinion is.

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David Cornock, Parliamentary correspondent, Wales Article written by David Cornock David Cornock Parliamentary correspondent, Wales

Their Lordships do the lockstep

The House of Lords has been debating plans to give the Welsh government responsibility for raising some of the money it spends.

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