13 November 2014
The Welsh government has been given a baptism of fire in settling pay disputes.
Two serving officers and a former colleague appear in court accused of stealing a total of £30,000 following a police raid.
Wales' largest council will consult with the public on proposals to save more than £48m.
Work is continuing to improve safety on the A44 following the deaths of four people in a crash on the road in June, the transport minister says.
David Cameron is handed a petition with nearly 100,000 signatures calling for equal access to cancer treatments in Wales.
20 November 2014
The prime minister has been questioned by senior MPs about the future of devolution.
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