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List of Statutory Instruments of the Welsh Assembly, 2009

This is a list of Statutory Instruments of the Welsh Assembly made in 2009. Statutory Instruments made by the Assembly are numbered in the main United Kingdom series with their own sub-series; the Welsh language has official equal status with the English language in Wales so every Statutory Instrument made by the Assembly is published in both English and Welsh. The Statutory Instruments are secondary legislation, deriving their power from the Acts of Parliament establishing and transferring functions and powers to the Welsh Assembly. Gorchymyn Llywodraeth Leol 2009 The Local Government Order 2009 Rheoliadau S_n Amgylcheddol 2009 The Environmental Noise Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Addysg 2009 The Education Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Deddf Addysg ac Arolygiadau 2006 2009 The Education and Inspections Act 2006 Order 2009 Rheoliadau'r Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol 2009 The National Health Service Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Awdurdodau Lleol 2009 The Local Authorities Wales) Order 2009 Rheoliadau Bwydydd Anifeiliaid 2009 The Feeding Stuffs Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Llaeth Ysgol 2009 The School Milk Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Cynllunio Trafnidiaeth Rhanbarthol 2009 The Regional Transport Planning Order 2009 Rheoliadau Enseffalopathau Sbyngffurf Trosglwyddadwy 2009 The Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Ymddiriedolaeth Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru 2009 The Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust Order 2009 Rheoliadau Ardrethu Annomestig 2009 The Non-Domestic Rating Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Galluedd Meddyliol 2009 The Mental Capacity Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Awdurdodau Lleol 2009 The Local Authorities Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau'r Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol 2009 The National Health Service Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Cronfa Pysgodfeydd Ewrop 2009 The European Fisheries Fund Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Sir Ynys Môn 2009 The County of the Isle of Anglesey Order 2009 Rheoliadau Awdurdodau Lleol 2009 The Local Authorities Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Mesur Teithio gan Ddysgwyr 2008 2009 The Learner Travel Measure 2008 Order 2009 Rheoliadau Anifeiliaid a Chynhyrchion Anifeiliaid 2009 The Animals and Animal Products Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Cynhyrchion sy'n Dod o Anifeiliaid 2009 The Products of Animal Origin Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Dyrannu Tai a Digartrefedd 2009 The Allocation of Housing and Homelessness Regulations 2009 Rheoliadau Iechyd Planhigion 2009 The Plant Health Regulations 2009 Gorchymyn Rheoli Salmonela mewn Heidiau o Frwyliaid 2009 The Control of Salmonella in Broiler Flocks Order 2009 Rheoliadau'r Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol 2009 The Na

Admiralspalast

The Admiralspalast is a 1,756-seat theatre on Friedrichstraße in the Mitte district of Berlin, Germany. Opened in 1910, it is one of the few preserved variety venues of the pre-World War II era in the city; as a place of amusement the Admiralspalast included a skating rink, a public bath, bowling alleys, a café and a cinema open day and night. After World War I it changed to a revue theatre, starting with the show Drunter und drüber by Walter Kollo continued by the performance of operettas; as the building suffered little damage from World War II bombing, it was home to the Berlin State Opera until the reconstruction of the Berlin State Opera house in 1955. On April 21–22 1946, the Social Democratic Party of Germany and the Communist Party of Germany in the Soviet occupation zone held a convention at the Admiralspalast where they merged to become the Socialist Unity Party of Germany; the performance of revues and operettas were continued under the name of Metropol-Theater until its disestablishment in 1997.

The GDR Union of Journalists had its offices inside the Admiralspalast. On August 11, 2006, it reopened with The Threepenny Opera, directed by Klaus Maria Brandauer. Official website