Plaid go on the attack
Leanne Wood's attack on UKIP has generated many of the headlines today but her attack on Labour was arguably more significant.
Let me remind you about she said: "Labour's poor performance threatens the very future of devolution."
I can't remember her going as far as that in criticising the Labour Welsh government.
Senior members of Plaid tell me there are a number of things at play here.
The first relates to the poll which BBC Wales commissioned recently in which 23% of those questioned thought the assembly should be abolished.
Why hospital death rates in Wales are so important
It's difficult to think of many things more important than mortality rates at hospitals - for the public for obvious reasons and politically for the Welsh government.
Their importance was reflected on Wednesday with a huge amount said about them.
Wales' First Minister's Questions silence over further devolution
There was no mention at First Minister's Questions at the assembly about the Silk report, just 24 hours after it recommended the devolution of policing and a range of other powers.
Should we read anything into it?
Should Home Office let policing be devolved to Wales?
There's already a divide on whether to devolve policing to Wales, and the second report by the Silk Commission hasn't even been published yet.
Without being overly dramatic, there is something hugely symbolic about policing.
Some thoughts on St David’s Day Poll
If the results of our St David's Day poll are reflected in the general election next year then we're unlikely to be seeing a dramatic change in the electoral map of Wales.
In fact, there are only two obvious changes, with Labour overturning a Conservative majority in Cardiff North of under 1% and Labour taking Cardiff Central from the Liberal Democrats.
Cardiff council leader Heather Joyce stands down
One of the most striking comments in Heather Joyce's statement is that she's described herself as a reluctant leader.
And of all the times to run what is by far the biggest council in Wales, the past few years would have been difficult.
Border crossings for Welsh heart patients
If you're waiting for heart surgery in south Wales, I don't suppose you're going to be that bothered about where that surgery eventually takes place.
In which case, Wednesday's confirmation from the Welsh government that three centres are being used in England could be very welcome.
Drakeford dismisses Welsh hospitals' death rates inquiry call
Mark Drakeford is usually calm but the strength of the anger in his response was striking.
He is certainly right to say that this is and has become an intensely political argument.
Wales' council re-organisation – a new way forward
Carwyn Jones began his monthly news conference on Monday by talking about the James Bond studio Pinewood opening up a new film and TV location in Cardiff.
As interesting as that is, I'm going to tell you about what he had to say concerning local government re-organisation which will be of more interest to the 150,000 council workers in Wales.
Devolving income tax causes more problems in Welsh politics
Devolving income tax has been causing problems for a number of the political parties.
I don't suppose anyone should be surprised.