It is imperative that quality education is provided to all children and individual needs are met
Mike Hedges, MS, Swansea East As someone brought up on a council estate I knew that short of sporting prowess…9 comments.
The Crown Estate trap
Gwern Gwynfil, CEO of YesCymru The people of Wales continue to be robbed. The staggering asset value of the Crown…25 comments.
Gypsies & Travellers are all too familiar with racist protests like at Stradey Park Hotel
Jonathan Lee – Advocacy & Communications Director, European Roma Rights Centre. Whilst much of Wales follows with trepidation (or for some,…14 comments.
The arms trade and the climate crisis
Rhun Dafydd, Chair of Cymdeithas y Cymod (the Fellowship of Reconciliation Society) Remarkably, there is limited research and publicly…4 comments.
The History of Energy part eight: Our future?
We conclude the series in which Gareth Wyn Jones, Professor Emeritus of plant biology and bioscience at Bangor University considers…No comments.
Filling In the Blanks
Ben Wildsmith In August of 1983, I reached one of those forks in the road when you experience something so…One comment.
Our people deserve so much more, but are our politicians agile enough to get us where we need to be?
Martin Shipton A think tank report published the other day doesn’t mention Wales once – yet reading it provides important…13 comments.
The unseen cost of Wales’ new 20 mph speed limit
Professor Stuart Cole, CBE, Emeritus Professor of Transport Economics and Policy, University of South Wales. From September 17th the Welsh Government…98 comments.
Llanelli – The voice of love and compassion you’re not hearing
There has been a voice missing in the local and national coverage of the protests surrounding the housing of refugees…17 comments.