ONE of Wales’s oldest titles is considering launching a new national paper for Wales.
BREXIT party activists in Wales are in open revolt against their party leader’s wish to abolish Y Senedd. They are now to hold an on-line poll amongst their members to decide to which pro-Senedd party they should now switch their support.
A second independence party in Scotland offers the prospect of a complete wipe-out of Unionist parties if SNP supporters lend them their list votes. Could the same thing happen in Wales in regions where Plaid Cymru are strong?
BRWYDR Brynglas(1402), was a pivotal point in Owain Glyndwr’s fight for Welsh Independence. Now a new Battle of Brynglas is upon us with UK prime minister Boris Johnson threatening to by-pass Y Senedd completely and build a new M4 relief road around Newport.
(Cymraeg) Mae cyfle i gyfryngau newydd, cynhenid Cymreig lenwi’r bwlch a adawyd gan y cyfryngau print traddodiadol. Un fenter newydd o’r fath ydi ‘New Media Wales’, sy’n cael ei redeg gan Huw Marshall, cyn-bennaeth digidol gydag S4C.
ONE of the recurring features of the Welsh Labour Government is their ability to fritter away public money on big projects that never materialise. Yesterday, we saw a further example of this with car manufacturer Ineos’s decision to mothball plans for a new 4×4 production plant in Bridgend.
THE sneering face of Westminster towards Wales was perfectly illustrated yesterday by our own Secretary of State.
A NEW report is warning that Gaelic will cease to be a community language within a decade; and there are alarm bells for Welsh as well in the stark conclusions laid out in the report prepared by the Highlands and Islands University.
The Coronavirus saga has brought a lightbulb-moment realisation what a bane mass tourism really is upon life in rural Wales.
WELSH Labour have been shamed by the Auditor General for their negligence concerning rural grant aid.