plaid gydweithredol cymru
In Friday’s Welsh Government reshuffle, Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones invited the highest number of Labour and Co-operative AMs to date into his ministerial team.
Whilst lots have come to this years conference in order to celebrate past achievements, everybody has come to look forward, says First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones in his speech to Co-operative Party Centenary Conference
Ahead of local elections this Thursday, Welsh Campaigns Officer Caitlin Prowle interviews Rachel Garrick, our candidate for Portskewett, Monmouthshire
Fraternal greetings delivered at this year's Welsh Labour Conference in Llandudno
In Wales, co-operatives and co-operation hold the key to challenge some of the everyday sense of powerlessness felt by many across the country.
Too often, homeless hostels are more of a revolving door than somewhere to reboot your life. But a new kind of housing complex supported by local co-operatives offers not only accommodation, but support in developing life skills to stay off the streets.
The Welsh government has published its programme for government over the next few years - and co-operative and mutual approaches run right through it.
This Co-operatives Fortnight, the Party's Welsh Assembly members have been working to highlight the growth of the Welsh co-operative movement in recent years, and urging the Welsh government to continue pushing forward in its support.
Labour & Co-operative Assembly Members have been appointed to key roles in the new Welsh Government
The Co-operative Party responds to news that Huw Lewis AM plans to step down after May's elections
Michael Owen is CEO of Merthyr Valley Homes Co-operative
Friday sees the launch of Wales' largest housing co-operative. Here its CEO explains more
By accepting the recommendations of the Wales Co-operative & Mutuals Commission, the Welsh government is showing a real commitment to a fair, sustainable economy
Today's report sets out a bold vision for a Wales where Wales co-operative ways of doing business are the norm, not the exception.
The meeting will be chaired by Mick Antoniw, AM for Pontypridd and Chair of the Welsh Assembly Co-operative Group
The near-meltdown of the rail franchising process highlights the need to find a better way of delivering rail services.
Today in the Welsh Assembly Vaughan Gething AM launched a report titled 'Rail Cymru: A People's Railway for Wales', authored by Paul Salveson.
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