To break the disadvantage and distress cycle in our communities we need to start to think of it as a social issue not as a problem for individuals, argue Jen Daffin and Dr Sarah Brown.
Wales’s biggest community experiment shows that trusting local people to run local services works, writes Chris Johnes
30% of Wales’s terrestrial mammal species are on the verge of extinction. We risk losing Welsh nature if our response to the climate crisis doesn’t include supporting biodiversity, argues Jessica McQuade.
NHS Wales needs to adapt to the unique challenges of cancer and pregnancy, write Lisa Whittaker and Pete Wallroth
We have a right to feel angry and powerless at the state of our democracy but Wales has a unique opportunity to change things for the better, writes Mat Matthias
Plaid Cymru’s election hopes are on a knife-edge as losing razor thin majorities and breaking new ground looks equally likely, writes Dafydd Trystan
Wales is one of the worst performers when it comes to cancer survival and only investment in our diagnostic workforce can improve things, writes Andy Glyde
Gareth Ceidiog Hughes argues that there is a moral case for ensuring that someone convicted of domestic abuse could never sit in the Senedd
The UK needs major surgery and we must be open-minded about what the future of these islands should look like, writes Glyndwr Cennydd Jones