Cash-strapped families in parts of Wales making UK's biggest energy use cutbacks
Consumer groups 'unsurprised' at the levels of cutbacks made by Welsh households.
Wales Online - Posted 15/05/2013
Families hit by bedroom tax 'can go out to work or use a sofa bed', says senior Tory
Lord Freud's comments to Welsh Affairs committee branded 'deeply offensive' by Labour.
Wales Online - Posted 14/05/2013
Huge boost to economy provided by investment in social housing
Chief executive of Community Housing Cymru Nick Bennett on why investment in the social housing sector reaps a strong return for the Welsh economy.
Wales Online - Posted 13/05/2013
Welsh pensioners facing greater heating and eating cutbacks than rest of UK
Age Cymru report outlines scale of challenges facing Wales' older population.
Wales Online - Posted 10/05/2013
Disposable incomes in Wales lowest in Britain, official figures reveal
ONS statistics show people in Wales on average more than £1,000 worse off than those in England and Scotland.
Wales Online - Posted 25/04/2013
Bedroom tax is not the answer to our present financial problems
Jeff Jones argues that the UK Government's highly controversial benefit reforms are a misguided attempt to rescue the country's economy.
Wales Online - Posted 24/04/2013
Welsh Government launches review of public services
First Minister says he wants to hold public services accountable for performance, but insists Welsh Government 'committed to fairness and equality'.
Wales Online - Posted 19/04/2013
Bedroom tax will empty homes and end up costing the taxpayer more, say housing providers
Housing providers have warned the UK Government of the damaging effects of welfare changes.
Wales Online - Posted 18/04/2013
Newly launched think-tank claims economic development should be Wales' planning priority
Evidence of the failure of the planning system to help local businesses can been seen, claims the report from think tank Gorwel, in the “increasing homogenisation of town centres” and the development of “out-of-town retail centres dominated by large, often multinational corporations”.
Wales Online - Posted 15/04/2013
Welsh Valleys 'poorer than parts of Bulgaria, Romania and Poland'
Large swathes of Wales are poorer than parts of Bulgaria, Romania and Poland and four-and-a-half times less prosperous than central London, according to latest official figures.
Wales Online - Posted 08/04/2013