17 December 2014 Last updated at 14:21 ET

Royal Assent for Wales tax powersBanknotes

A bill that hands tax-raising powers to the Welsh government has received Royal Assent and become law.

Job centre plusWales has greatest jobless rise

Jobless figures in Wales rise by 8,000, which is the greatest increase in unemployment throughout the UK.

Mohammad AsgharJudgement reserved in AM libel case

An assembly member is accused of an abuse of the legal system for bringing a libel action against four Newport men.

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David Cornock Article written by David Cornock David Cornock Parliamentary correspondent, Wales

WAG no more; leaders mark significant, landmark day

A new law to give Wales tax-varying powers has received Royal Assent. Politicians agree it's a historic day.

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Nick Servini Article written by Nick Servini Nick Servini Political editor, Wales

Carwyn Jones: Five years in

So did we learn anything new from my interview with the First Minister on his fifth anniversary?

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