Peter Daniels reflects on the tournament and the question of which team to support
What does it cost to educate a child in Wales – Episode 2
Martin Price argues the current Welsh Government funding formula for schools is inequitable.
A second city – relegation for Swansea?
Lee Waters says if Swansea has serious ambitions to rank alongside Cardiff it needs to look towards Bristol where the elected Mayor (pictured) has brought a focus to the city.
Welsh is a language just like any other
Dafydd Glyn Jones warns against the perils of linguistic re-invention
Economics rather than rights critical for language survival
Harold Carter and John Aitchison find there are now more Welsh speakers in Cardiff than Ceredigion
Cenedl heb iaith, cenedl heb galon
Heledd Fychan says that unless decisive action is taken, the language will die as a community language
Census should ignite fight for Welsh
Chelsea Fraley says the most important factor in the survival of the language is whether people are willing to speak it
Prosperity gulf opens between Wales and London
Dafydd Wigley says we need a new deal to tackle Wales poor economic performance
Census debate 5: We need to make new Welsh-speaking communities
Steve Morris reports on research into creating new spaces for the language in anglicised areas of Wales