Senedd


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Senedd

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Senedd the building in Cardiff that has held (from 2006) the National Assembly for Wales
[Welsh: senate]
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Ysgol y Wern in Llanishen has brought together representatives from its school council, eco council, school ambassadors, digital group and Welsh language group to create a School Cabinet called Senedd y Wern.
Pupils visited the Senedd this week where they met Julie Morgan, Assembly Member for Cardiff North, and Elin Jones AM, Llywydd of the National Assembly for Wales, who asked the children about their priorities, which included the environment and the Welsh language.
After visiting Caernarfon Castle last year, this is the second time the breathtaking sculpture Weeping Window has come to Wales and will allow people to see the thousands of poppies cascading out of the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.
CONCERNS have been raised in the Senedd that 56 farmers have remained waiting far past the intended deadline for Basic Payment Scheme payments, sparking calls for improvements to the whole system.
Mr Roberts has worked tirelessly on behalf of the people of Wrexham for many years now and I am delighted he will be able to represent all of North Wales in the Senedd.
The organisations, led by the Electoral Reform Society in Wales (ERS Cymru) have published an open letter outlining their concerns around capacity issues at the Senedd.
A MURAL depicting last year's National Eisteddfod is on show at the Senedd.
A tied vote for First Minister between Carwyn Jones and Leanne Wood - with the Plaid leader earning the support of the Conservatives and Ukip - led to unprecedented scenes of confusion in the Senedd.
uk MORE than pounds 157,000 has been spent on repairing the pounds 67m Senedd building in Cardiff Bay, new figures revealed yesterday.
The accusations stem from past Labour and present non-Labour Senedd members, and one must ask why it took the sad demise of a fellow member of the Senedd to expose what they now claim has been rife.
The landmark Senedd building on the Cardiff Bay waterfront is now the home of Welsh democracy, while ministers in Cathays Park are responsible for crucial decisions affecting life not just in the city but across the nation.