The Olympic torch didn’t light my fire
I saw the Olympic torch last Sunday, it was passing through Aberaeron so it seemed churlish to ignore it. Off we went: me and the family, to get a good view of proceedings as it passed through the town. Expectations were high, the crowd was large and the sun was shining. All looked good.
Why you shouldn’t believe everything you hear about Wales
I really laughed when I saw this for the first, second and third time!
Future content and approach to data collection for the Welsh Health Survey
The purpose of this consultation is to seek user views on the future content and approach to data collection for the Welsh Health Survey.
If Givers Gain then Mohd Rafie is about to gain “big time”
I’ve spent months developing the Junction 31 website, some of it taking me into uncharted territory, but generally supported by the thousands of developers working on open-source applications. But there was one thing that I could not fix: my “Alan’s Views” blog layout. Whatever I did, it always seemed to align itself off the page…
Education in Wales: time for some change
Last week the BBC reported in Wales: “First Minister Carwyn Jones has told BBC Wales he thinks some councils are incapable of improving education in their area. He said that with six local education authorities (LEAs) in special measures it is impossible to have faith in the delivery of education across Wales. Mr Jones argued…
Have the lunatics taken over the Asylum?
Have the lunatics taken over the Asylum Assembly? Well it certainly looks that way if Martin Shipton’s report in the Western Mail today is correct. Civil Servants are going to be paid a one off grant of upto £2500 for moving to work in offices that could be closer to their home. Just read that…