How volunteers have provided vital services across Wrexham and Flintshire. 

21 October 20
My surprising journey to becoming a trainee at the Wales Audit Office
As part of our graduate recruitment campaign, we asked some of our current trainees to blog about why they first applied and what life is like on the Wales Audit Office graduate programme.
26 October 18
What the Wales Audit Office Graduate Scheme offers me – and you
As part of our graduate recruitment campaign, we asked some of our current trainees to blog about why they first applied and what life is like on the Wales Audit Office graduate programme. Here, Harrie Clemens writes about her personal reflections.
12 October 18
How I decided on a career change and became a Wales Audit Office trainee
As part of our graduate recruitment campaign, we asked some of our current trainees to blog about why they first applied and what life is like on the Wales Audit Office graduate programme. Here, Jodie Williams writes about her personal reflections.
08 October 18
My answers to three important questions about the Wales Audit Office trainee scheme
As part of our graduate recruitment campaign, we asked some of our current trainees to blog about why they first applied and what life is like on the Wales Audit Office graduate programme. Here, Sarah Liddell writes about her personal reflections.
05 October 18
So, what can you expect as a Wales Audit Office Graduate Trainee?
As part of our graduate recruitment campaign, we asked some of our current trainees to blog about why they first applied and what life is like on the Wales Audit Office graduate programme. Here, Jennie Morris writes about her personal reflections.
02 October 18
How urgent is your non-severe, serious illness emergency?
Confused? It's no wonder why. Out-of-hours services have a branding nightmare. Other names for these services include:
13 July 18
The power of words
Claire Flood-Page tells us more about our Speak My Language report. We look at the consequences of not making services accessible to all.
05 June 18
Why we’re determined to make the Wales Audit Office a GREAT place to work
A GREAT place to work!  This isn’t just a glib strapline – it is a real commitment to everyone that works here at the Wales Audit Office and everyone who wants to work here.
11 April 18
Why is health care in the 21st Century still so... analogue?
Rachel Harries, tells us more about the ways technology can improve NHS services and our report Informatics Systems in NHS Wales says it can do better
23 January 18
Ensuring the grass remains green for rural communities
With winter fast approaching, our long and busy summer spent engaging with rural communities all over Wales feels like an increasingly distant memory.
15 December 17
Proving prevention pays is a challenge
Seth Newman talks more about our recent review [opens in new window] of the Welsh Government’s Supporting People Programme (the Programme).
21 September 17
I’m not a survey
Duncan Mackenzie, Performance Auditor, tells us more about the calls for evidence he and the Local Government Studies team undertook recently to inform their 2018-19 studies and why they are important for our work.
08 August 17