The Ocean at the End of the Lane opened at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff last night to a sold out audience and it was a stunning example of what perfect […]
Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane makes spectacular debut in Cardiff
Ethnic Minority Welsh Women Achievement Association Awards 2023: A celebration of diversity
The EMWWAA Award Ceremony took place on the 13th May 2023 at City Hall in Cardiff. There were many winners in different categories, all from various walks of life. The chief guest […]
Kicking up stink: hundreds protest Welsh Water at Penarth beach
Hundreds of people descended on Penarth beach on Saturday, as part of a nationwide event to protest water companies polluting UK rivers and seas.
REVIEW: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY at the WMC
Step into a world of pure imagination with the wonderful Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, performing now at the Wales Millennium Centre. Written by the Cardiff-born author Roald Dahl, the story of Charlie […]
REVIEW: The Bodyguard opens in Cardiff
Fan favourite The Bodyguard illuminated a gloomy Monday evening at The Wales Millenium Centre earlier this week. Starring Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton as Rachel Marron and well-known Hollyoaks actor Ayden Callaghan as […]
PODCAST: Discussing SLAPPs with Prof. Chris Frost of the NUJ and Barrister David Hughes
In conversation with Professor Chris Frost of the NUJ and Mr David Hughes Barrister of 30 Park Place Cardiff Chambers, discussing the chilling effect that SLAPPs is having on journalists, and what […]
REVIEW: Jersey Boys – I’m Beggin’ you to go and see this musical
Jersey Boys opened in Cardiff at the Wales Millenium Centre last night and all I can say is Oh, What a Night. For a theatre lover who had not seen Jersey Boys […]
REVIEW: Rocky Horror Show returns to Cardiff for its 50th anniversary
It’s hard to believe Rocky Horror is celebrating its 50th anniversary and its cult following is only growing. With iconic songs such as “Time Warp” and “Sweet Transvestite”, this show is not […]
Emily Henry’s exciting new April release
Emily Henry is an American Author who mainly writes women’s fiction and romance books. She has written and published six novels and since then has been named as the New York Times […]
Good News Podcast from USW MA Visual Journalism Students
Britain’s most successful Paralympian wants more women to take up sports
By Ellie Spark Menna Fitzpatrick shared her own experience as both a woman and someone with a disability, at an International Women’s Day workshop hosted by Disability Sport Wales at the Bike Lock […]
REVIEW: MOTHER GOOSE at Wales Millennium Centre
Mother Goose at the Wales Millennium Centre is an eggcellent show that is perfect for the whole family, and with the inclusion of Sir Ian McKellen, you really can’t go wrong. It […]
The girls are bringing football to the Llynfi Valley
Words and Images by Kelsey Roberts The Valley Foxes Football Club are a girls football team based in Caerau and is the first girls football team in the Village. Being the first […]
A day in a life of a Monumental Mason.
Video and Words by Kelsey Roberts David James, Monumental Mason. David James has been a Monumental Mason for the last 29 years in Maesteg after buying his house next to Maesteg Cemetery […]
Virtual Strangers by Sam Canning: A mysterious yet happy love story.
Virtual Strangers is Sam Canning’s debut novel which provides readers with a love mystery until the very end of the book. The full review is written below. Synopsis: Virtual Strangers When Ada […]
Brexit causes “terrible” barriers for EU students in the UK
European students studying in the UK say Brexit has put significant limitations on their study and career opportunities. And those thinking of coming to study here are finding it almost impossible to […]
Llantwit Major peacefully protests against the far-right
Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday to spread ‘peace, love, kindness and compassion’ in Llantwit Major after far-right groups arrived in the town to protest the housing of Ukrainian refugees in the former […]
REVIEW: Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby
By order of the Peaky Blinders – you must see this show! PEAKY BLINDERS: THE REDEMPTION OF THOMAS SHELBY fired on to the stage of the Wales Millienium Centre. This6 high-action, […]
Home: In Another Land by Glenn Edwards
Words by Caitlyn Morris Home: In Another Land is an exhibition from Newport based photojournalist Glenn Edwards. The work spans across 6 years of work photographing the African community across Wales. This […]
East Aberthaw welcomes Welsh Government’s 20mph speed limit plans
With its national reputation for good food and service, many travel far to experience the award-winning Blue Anchor Inn in East Aberthaw, which some believe to be the oldest pub in Wales. […]
Angels Clothes Rentals: Saving the planet one dress at a time
Finally, a sustainable option for needing a new dress for last-minute plans Angel Jones is a Cardiff-based 28-year-old who has set up Angels Clothes Rentals @angels_clothesrentals on Instagram. The company is a […]
REVIEW: Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) at the New Theatre
Pride and Prejuicide *Sort of is a hilarious homage to Austen romanic classic. It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone loves a Jane Austen adaptation. There have been countless remakes, rewrites […]
Cost of living: Cardiff Bus fares to increase from April
Bus passengers in the Vale will be facing a price hike from next month as bus fares are set to go up again. Cardiff Bus said that increased costs have forced them […]
Hundreds gather for the march against racism in Cardiff
By Melisa Numan National demonstrations were held across London, Cardiff and Glasgow today in response to the UK Government’s Illegal Migration Bill. Initiated by ‘Stand Up To Racism’ and supported by the […]
Earthquake fundraiser: £1,800 raised for Turkey-Syria relief fund
By Melisa Numan A group of volunteers from the University of South Wales raised almost £1,800 for victims of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. The money came from a series of […]
You knows it: Goldie Lookin Chain chat Onlyfans, weed and what’s next
Hearing their broad Newport accents, I spotted a few members of Goldie Lookin Chain huddled outside tonight’s frosty venue. After a round of introductions, I squeezed into a restaurant booth with Adam Hussain, […]
Book Review: If I Can’t Have You by Charlotte Levin—a powerful and emotional read.
If I Can’t Have You is Charlotte Levin’s debut novel which portrays mental health, obsession and addiction through Constance as a lonely character. Synopsis: If I Can’t Have You Samuel, the day […]
Hapus Wales: The charity shop that is helping to fund art classes for those with learning disabilities
Hapus Wales is a charity shop located in Llandaff North. Their aim is to provide ‘community engagement opportunities and social inclusion for people with special needs’. These can include learning disabilities, mental […]
Cardiff Metropolitan University hosts sustainable repair cafe
Cardiff Metropolitan University hosted a repair cafe on the Llandaff campus today. It offered free repairs for household items, electricals and textiles, as well as bike servicing. Repair cafés are pop up […]
Cardiff History: inside Insole Court
Insole Court stories the Insole family throughout Victorian and Edwardian. The Insoles were colonists, coal shippers, mine-owners, rail workers and docks men during the three generations of Welsh Steam Coal’s power of world […]
Llandaff Cathedral: Popular YouTuber to perform at anniversary recital
Popular YouTuber and and organist Richard McVeigh has over 95,000 subscribers and will be playing this weekend in the historic Llandaff Cathedral which has been in the city since 1120. This is […]
Porthcawl: Have your say about the future of the seafront
Residents of Porthcawl were able to share their thoughts about how the town’s open spaces should be used. A discussion was held today on the 15th of March with another planned for […]
Students talk: Thoughts before budget plans announced
March 15 marks UK Budget Day, where millions of Brits awaited Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s announcement in The House of Commons. It is also the day Union leaders have called for a mass […]
“It’s becoming a health hazzard”: Cathays residents say they are appalled by the ongoing littering problem
The Cathays area of Cardiff is heavily populated by students because of its affordable housing, variety of bars and easy commute to University campuses. However, this often leads to messes being left […]
2023 BUDGET: Striking workers rally against Hunt’s plans
Today, hundreds of people met at Central Square in Cardiff for the latest ‘Solidarity with the Strike’ TUC rally – attracting leaders, speakers and members from Cardiff UCU, Prospect Union, UNISON Wales, […]
Budget: Cardiff’s independent businesses survive economic challenges
Independent businesses in Cardiff have beaten current economic uncertainties through their online storefronts and community. Despite financial issues suffered by the general public due to the cost of living crisis and todays […]
The Welsh Government’s plan to make Wales the most LGBTQ+ friendly nation in Europe
Feature by Georgia Ferda Wales are to follow Scotland’s lead with the implementation of the Welsh Government’s LGBTQ+ Action Plan. Wales’s First Minister Mark Drakeford previously stated he supports Scotland’s gender self-identifying […]
Cost of living crisis puts pressure on Cardiff Market
The rising cost of living is mentioned as one of the main reasons for increasing food and other goods prices. The rise in prices has continued to be a big disaster especially […]
Therapy dogs return to USW
With the pressures of deadlines, essays and exams, university students often face large amounts of pressure. To try and combat anxiety and worry, the University of South Wales are hosting ‘Therapy Dogs […]
A New Era: Rob Page announces Cymru squad for EURO 2024
Following a lacklustre performance in Qatar, four senior players have retired from the national team. On Sunday, Jonny Williams joined Chris Gunter, Joe Allen, and Gareth Bale by throwing in the towel. […]
Welsh Education Minister announces new incentive to diversify education workforce
Jeremy Miles announced ‘The Ethnic Minority Incentive Scheme’ today to help provide resources and support for eligible people to make sure the Welsh education workforce is reflective of Wales’ diversity.’ “Currently less […]
Ukraine war: Cardiff donation centre helps people in need
By Ellie Spark ‘Cardiff for Ukraine’ was set up last year on Ukraine’s independence day, August 25th, to aid Ukraine after the war started and was set up by lead volunteer, Helen […]
Junior doctors strike in Bristol
Words and images by Melisa Numan Junior doctors in England have begun a three-day strike in protest of inadequate pay and burnout, which threatens to drive staff out of the National Health […]
Oscars 2023: The biggest winners from the most important night in film
There may be a multiverse where the UK did well last night, but it isn’t this one. Everything Everywhere All at Once swept at the 2023 Oscars Ceremony with a total of […]
Sign Language: thriving or not?
March the 13th marks the beginning of British Sign Language Week. The tradition is a new one, only having begun back in 2003 – it will coincide with events, schemes and celebrity […]
Comment: Gary Lineker returns to the BBC, but is there a bigger issue we should be concerned about?
Now that is over, can we get back to the actual issue? And, meanwhile, is it a coincidence that the BBC had themselves and Lineker in their headlines instead of the Immigration Bill? Many people […]
New south Wales metro angers the public due to disruption
A significant transport link into Cardiff has been causing ongoing disruption since the plans for the Metro started. The South Wales Metro is a multi-million-pound project to redesign and improve transport links […]
Bangladesh beat England in the opening series of T20
England’s disappointing loss yesterday against Bangladesh, after their win just by four wickets, takes the series to 2-0. In the second innings, England’s play was poor against Bangladesh, who outplayed the opposition. […]
High phosphorous levels recorded in Cardiff’s River Taff
Environmentalist group has called for “vital” regulation changes as pollution reaches three times the safe limit in the River Taff. The Welsh Rivers Union have called for action due to rising phosphate […]
Limited support for international students seeking part-time work
By Matthew Webb International students are struggling to find part-time work compared with domestic students. Working alongside studies can provide a financial lifeline, as well as develop skills and enhance social opportunities, yet […]
Erin Bode rocks the Zen Bar!
Words and images by Kelsey Roberts Students at the University of South Wales enjoyed a night of music from American jazz singer Erin Bode yesterday. The one off intimate gig in the […]
Cardiff City Ladies dedicate football game to Cancer Research Wales
On Sunday Cardiff City Ladies dedicated thier match against AFC Bournemouth to Cancer Reseach Wales
The Dragons triumph over AFC Bournemouth
Cardiff City Ladies honsted AFC Bournemouth at Ocean Park in The FA Women’s National League
Butetown celebrates Ghana’s anniversary of Independence
Words and images by Eleanor Fox Crowds gathered at Butetown Community Centre in Cardiff on Saturday for a flag raising ceremony allowing citizens of Butetown to honor Ghana’s 66th anniversary together as […]
Crowds celebrate St David’s Day in Cardiff
Words Carys Jones. Pictures by Megan Monk and Melisa Numan. Video by Eleanor Fox. In Wales, the first of march March is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of […]
Protests held to mark the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Words and images by Melisa Numan Crowds gathered in Cardiff city centre on Saturday for an anti war rally marking the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and to show […]
Rocks raise community spirits
Words and Images by Kelsey Roberts Esther Waters, Maesteg resident, paints rocks and pebbles and places them around the town cheering up the residents of Maesteg and has now been found around […]
Immersed! Returns for it’s Fifth Year
Images by Reece H-Strati, Megan Monk, Eleanor Fox, Kelsey Roberts, Caitlyn Morris and Sarah Smith. Words by Reece H-Strati Immersed! festival returned to Cardiff’s Tramshed on Saturday, as it celebrates its fifth […]
Plans to introduce 20mph limit in west Wales met with criticism
A recent research poll by TIDA (The International Drivers Association) revealed that the West Wales area has one of the highest number of speeding offenses in the UK, based on the number […]
Popular Pencoed salon is a finalist at Welsh Hair and Beauty Awards
Mia Bella Hair and Beauty salon is a finalist in the Welsh Hair and Beauty Awards 2023. This prestigious award has become the leading celebration of the hair and beauty professionals that […]
Immersed Festival brings live music back to Cardiff with Lady Leshurr as headliner
The festival weekend kicks off this Friday with the Immersed! 5th Birthday Awards at the Cardiff ATRiuM, celebrating the best acts of the past five years. The show will feature a performance […]
Community garden celebrates its first year of bringing wildlife back to Cardiff
Railway Gardens is celebrating a year since it secured funding from the National Lottery Community Fund. In that time the project has involved 74 volunteers, been a part of 56 events, and […]
BA Illustration art fair hits the Atrium campus
Valentine’s Day has come to USW as hearts and flowers flood the University of South Wales’ Cardiff campus as illustration students across the university have worked together to create a seasonal art […]
Worth the Weight vintage fashion kilo sale hits Cardiff’s City Hall
Why buy new clothes when you can get so much more pre-loved, and help to save the planet – that’s the message from organisers of a busy vintage sale in Cardiff. ‘Worth […]
‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’ review: beautiful, emotional and intense biopic.
Music legend and icon Whitney Houston graced our cinema screens last month in the new biopic. The film is produced by Anthony McCarten, who made Bohemian Rhapsody the, highest-grossing music biopic ever. […]
Fur-tastic Furry Meet in Cardiff
Words and imagess Eleanor Fox Furries are people who have an active interest in animal characters with human characteristics. FurTheMoment, the official furry meet up for Cardiff Furries, hosted an event at […]
Through Our Eyes: Natasha Hirst presents her latest exhibition in the Senedd
The member-led photography project sets to challenge the perception of people with learning disabilities by highlighting their roles and activities in the Community
Hundreds join trade union protests in Cardiff as they fight to protect the right to strike
Hundreds of people gathered outside the UK government building in Cardiff as part of UK-wide protests, organised by the TUC, against the Government’s plan to curb the rights of workers to strike.
REVIEW: Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty
MATTHEW BOURNE’S revival of SLEEPING BEAUTY enchants and delights this February at the WALES MILLIENIUM CENTRE. Everyone knows the story of Sleeping Beauty; A young girl cursed to spend eternity asleep, or […]
Cardiff City Ladies waving the flag for Wales in the FA Cup
Cardiff City Ladies only Welsh side left in the Women’s FA Cup
Colour Clash announces 2023 line up
By Jack Skinner Colour Clash is coming back to Tredegar Park this summer! Newport’s biggest music festival has announced its 2023 line up and it’s nothing short of amazing, featuring some of […]
The Bike Lock café – for a more eco-friendly Cardiff
By Ellie Spark Tom Overton has big plans for his city centre café—he hopes the vibrant space will encourage the people of Cardiff to put down the car keys and get on […]
“A necessary evil”: over 95,000 students to be affected by upcoming university strikes across Wales
An estimated 95,000 students at eight universities across Wales are set to be affected by seven weeks of national strike action organised by the UCU, against current working conditions, wages and pension […]
Manslaughter arrest after convicted rapist Drag Queen found dead in Cardiff
A drag queen who was convicted of raping a teenager has been found dead in an alleyway in Cardiff. Darren Moore, 39, a convicted sex offender, had been reported missing after disappearing […]
Souper day at church in Butetown
The Day of the Soup was held yesterday at St Mary the Virgin Church in Cardiff where the community came together to combat loneliness as part of The Great Winter Get Together. […]
October 2022: the month music made Tumblr kids regress
By Katherine Witts When I think of October, the first thing that comes to mind has to be Halloween and the beginning of the spooky season. However, October just passed and it […]
In Conversation with Rhiannon Farr:
An investigation into digital media and the future of the Journalism industry By Katherine Witts The journalism industry of today is an ever-changing field, from the rise in multi-media journalists to TikTok […]
REVIEW: The Verdict at the New Theatre, Cardiff
The Verdict is a thrilling courtroom drama that you won’t want to miss this week at the New Theatre, Cardiff. Based on Barry Reed’s novel, and subsequent 1982 film starring Paul Newman, […]
The Political Youth of Wales
Meet the Countries Future Leaders
Rise of women’s football in South Wales
The impact of the Women’s Euros 2022 in South Wales
Equality for Welsh International football teams
Equal pay annouced for the Welsh woman squad
A well being welcome for local businesses
Images and words by Caitlyn Morris Patricia Pitts first opened Enigma, a health and well being shop in Ebbw Vale in 2009. Enigma sells a range of items including candles, tarot cards, […]
Snowfall in Wales
A weather warning for snow and ice remains in place for Wales as snow showers are forecast for several areas again on Thursday.
Upset for The Bluebirds
Upset for the Bluebirds as last minute goal sees them share points with Wigan Athletic
Trade unionists call for a council of war to fight Strikes Bill
Last night, Cardiff Trades Union Congress (TUC) held a protest against the government’s proposed Strikes Bill, which they call “an attack on the working class”. The legislation will force workers in six […]
Barry Island businesses hit by cost of living crisis amid government struggles with the economy
By Gareth Rees “I have seen a massive decline in customers due to the rising cost of living and I am struggling to pay the bills.” These are the words of local […]
‘I think this is the right time to bring this up…’ Exclusive interview with your USW Student Union President
By Jorja Kyei As a student at USW, you have the opportunity to have your voice represented by the Student Union. The union is a collaboration of executive officers, council members, student representatives […]
Maisie Peters ‘Not Another Rockstar’ Review
By Drew Sitton Maisie Peters’ new single ‘Not Another Rockstar’ is an anthem for girls who make bad decisions. Following recent viral hits such as ‘Blonde’ and ‘Cates Brother’, Peters continues to […]
Meet Wales’ first Rastafarian beekeeper!
Phillip Henry is the co-founder of The Honeycomb Cooperative (THC), an organisation of Pan-African Welsh Apiarists. Phillip was helping a friend through the grief of losing his farm when he came to […]
Proportional Representation: The Way Forward?
Dissatisfaction with the British political system is statistically at an all-time high. There are a number of calls to reform our democratic system namely the Makes Votes Matter group which are campaigning for Proportional Representation
Meet the USW final year fashion design students
Final year fashion design students Niamh Davies and Bethan Jones sat down with us to discuss their Graduate fashion week nominated final collections. Bethan Jones is 23, studying fashion design in her […]
Mental Health Monster; the company shattering the ongoing stigma
Mental Health Monster is a CIC (Community Interest Company), working to shatter the stigma, break barriers and guide people towards better mental health through methods of education and conversation. Through a mixture […]
SheCan, she did, she conquered.
The fashion brand with empowerment at the core of its identity. Cherie Arlett began SheCan closet in October of 2020 after fleeing an abusive relationship, leaving behind her home and job, whilst […]
Extinction Rebellion protest against Aberpergwm Colliery in pictures
XR stage protest outside the Senedd
Cardiff City steal three point from The Potters
Cardiff City host Stoke City in the Championship
Extinction rebellion hold a Senedd protest over Aberpergwm mining deal
The climate change group was outside Welsh parliament today in a demonstration against mining in Glynneath. Smoke, drums and a funeral march were at the centre of the event. The protest also […]
Arson attack on Cardiff Catholic Church
The incident occurred at Saint Philip Evans Catholic Parish and Community Hall in Llanydeyrn, where Cardiff’s food bank is usually hosted, between 9pm and 10pm on the 9th of March. Those responsible […]
Cardiff Theatre Café opens its doors
A new theatre café in Cardiff opened it’s doors on Sunday the 6th of March at 5pm, with the aim to create a venue where everyone is welcome to enjoy live music […]
Ipswich victory in South Wales
Ipswich Town victory in south wales against Cardiff City Ladies
Stalemate at Cardiff City Stadium
Cardiff City hosted Preston North End Fc in the Championship which ended in a nil-nil draw.
In with the old, out with the new. Meet Vintage reseller, Bristol Saint.
By Kate Rossini and Laura Chapman We took a trip to Bristol to talk to Linda Bennett, owner of vintage brand; Bristol Saint. Linda sells in Trylla shop, located in Bedminster. The shop […]
Hold the light for Ukraine
Musicians come together to raise money to support Ukraine.
Stand with Ukraine
Hundreds of people gather in Cardiff to call for an end to the war in Ukraine.
Damp home crisis in Maesteg
Words and images by Kelsey Roberts Residents in Caerau, Maesteg, have been living in damp homes since 2013 when they were part of an energy saving scheme under Green Renewable Wales where […]
Cardiff City’s victory against Rooney’s Derby County
Wayne Rooney’s side suffer another loss in the Championship
Ukraine ‘I stand with you’
British artist My Dog Sighs’ homage to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Crowds turn out for Saint David’s day parade
Parade in Centre Cardiff in celebration of the annual Saint David’s Day
Introducing Marca Design
Public art at Metros.
Protest in Cardiff in response to Russian invasion of Ukraine
People gathered in the front of the Senedd to join “No to War” protest.
Another win for The Cottagers
Fulham FC extended thier lead at the top of thetable with an away win against Cardiff City
The cost of living: a crisis
Crowds gather to protest about the rising cost of living in the UK
Storms rip through South Wales
Storms rip through South Wales
Protesters gather in Newport On First Anniversary Of Mouayed Bashir Death
Protesters gather in Newport to remember the life of Mouayed Bashir.
Bluebirds triumph against Coventry City
Cardiff City win another three important point agaisnt Coventry City in the Championship.
The 8-year-old Journalist you’ve probably not heard about..yet?
Words, images by Shaheen Shah and Video by Saqib Shah An 8-year-old social worker and Pakistan’s youngest journalist, Muhammad Hasnain is well known in Pakistan and across the borders owing to his […]
One Hijabi Outnumbers the 100s of Extremists in India
Words by Asia Jamil In the Southwestern region of India, the protests over the issue of Hijab are storming the internet since the footage of a young Hijabi girl went viral on […]
Fans return to Rugby for the Six Nations
Fans Return to Rugby in Wales for the Six Nations
Cardiff City 4-0 win against Peterborough in Champions League
Cardiff City 4-0 against Peterborough
Independent artists week at The Moon
Independent artists week at The Moon
Hundreds of people attend a candle lit vigil to remember Dr Gary Jenkins
Candlelit vigil in tribute to the late Dr. Gary Jenkins
Extinction Rebellion protesters call for boycott of Barclays Bank
Extinction Rebellion protesters call for boycott of Barclays Bank
“If you’re looking to make more space for nature then the Bee Brick solitary bee house is for you. Great for garden lovers, design lovers and nature lovers, the Bee Brick is […]
Music Basecamp at USW
Music Basecamp held at University of South Wales
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity plays in Cardiff
Money raised as The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity played Cardiff for the first time
Cardiff’s greatest tourist attraction reopens its gates
Cardiff Castle has finally reopened for the public to enjoy. Visitors were unable to visit since Christmas due to ‘essential maintenance’ taking place on the castle.
Covid: Discarded lateral flow tests cause littering pandemic
By Emily Price. Lateral flow tests are being found discarded on streets, beauty spots and are even washing up on Welsh beaches. A World Health Organisation report has warned that the Covid […]
Bunny walks to jump all over
Bunny walk the Rhondda Cynon Taff
With Veganuary coming to an end we find out whether its changed the lifestyle of those taking part for good.
Cladding Scandal Protest outside Cardiff’s Senedd
Victims of Cardiff’s cladding scandal protest outside the Senedd.
Fans return to the footie in Wales
COVID-19 restrictions on attending and watching sport are lifted in Wales
Council makes plans to make Cardiff’s parks safer
Cardiff Council plans to install lights and CCTV in Parks.
Foundation helping with the migrant crisis on the Polish-Belarus border
Since migrant crisis on the Polish-Belarus border started to escalate, foundations in Poland are working to help refugees – Humanitarian Point is one of them.
Remembering victims of genocide on Holocaust Memorial Day
Landmarks across Cardiff are lit up in purple for Holocaust Memorial Day.
Nightclubs to reopen in Wales
Nightclubs across Wales are set to reopen today as restrictions brought in to tackle the Omicron variant are scrapped. The country will move to alert level zero meaning that the rule of […]
Cardiff City Ladies triumph over Keynsham FC
Pictures Megan Lockie Cardiff City Ladies picked up a much-needed three points in their fight against relegation with an assertive 2-1 victory over relegation rivals Keynsham Town last night. Up next for […]
Cardiff Businesses and Covid
Meeting some of Cardiff ‘s small businesses to talk to them about how they are surviving the Covid crisis.
Extinction Rebellion hang banners from the A48 footbridge
Extinction Rebellion (XR) campaingers hang a banner from the A48 footbridge.
Netflix ‘After Life’ Series donates benches to Welsh Parks
Netflix ‘After Life’ Series donates benches to Welsh Parks
Ovo bikes returns to Cardiff
Bike scheme is back in Cardiff after a two-month break
For the Love of Birds
Meet the predators at the British Bird of Prey Centre in Carmarthenshire.
Words and pictures by Megan Ellis Bird watching was something I never really thought I would be interested in. Hours sitting in one place watching and waiting for something to fly by […]
Spacemen: Not just a band
Words and pictures by Meg Ellis Jordan Timms, Liam Dean and Max Smith are a trio of songwriters and producers known as Spacemen. Together they work out of Numen Studios in Addlestone, […]
Crowds gather in Cardiff for a vigil in Ashling Murphy’s memory
Residents of Grangetown gather to remember Ashling Murphy’s life.
Making a Nest Box
Video, pictures and words by Olivia Davies Morgan Griffiths is a student at Bridgend college studying Wildlife and Countryside Management. He is eager to help our wildlife, one way he likes to […]
Cardiff City 0-1 Blackburn Rovers
Images by Megan Lockie-Monk Cardiff City slumped to defeat against a 10-man Blackburn Rovers courtesy of a first-half strike from Joe Rothwell during today’s Championship league match at Cardiff City Stadium.
The last legal Kill The Bill Protest for Cardiff
Words and Images by Tom Davies Saturday 15th of January 2022 Over a hundred protestors gathered in Cardiff city centre on today for the last legal Kill the Bill protest. The protest […]
Student healthy eating feature
Barry Island Pleasure Park
by Georgia Hill Short documentary about Barry Island Pleasure Park. Barry Island Pleasure Park, has brought people from across the world to Barry Island, South Wales. What once was a rundown seaside town, […]
Post-Brexit reality in Wales through European Citizens eyes
Words and images by Karolina Król UK left the table is a project focusing on migrants from the European Union living in Post-Brexit reality around Wales. It’s been almost a year since […]
Wallop your husband for Christmas!
by Kate Bryony A very agreeable item has recently come at auction. The title of Lord or Lady of the manor of Wallop is available to purchase through the auction house Paul […]
Libertino Showcase with Gruff Owen at the University of South Wales
Words Gareth Rees The University of South Wales hosted an event in the Atrium Cardiff Campus on the 10th of November 2021. It was a showcase with award winning record label Libertino to […]
Covid: Lack of supply staff leaves schools ‘desperate’ says teaching union
by Emily Price. A teaching union has said that a severe shortage in supply teachers has left schools in Wales struggling to stay open. Staff off work isolating or looking after family […]
Sŵn shines brighter than ever
by Gareth Rees The iconic Sŵn festival made a welcome return to Cardiff this year and it was legendary. The festival spanned three days, from Friday the 15th of October to Sunday […]
Pubs Reopening: Over 25 policy introduced to combat anti-social behaviour
One pub in Llantwit Fardre has enforced an over 25 policy because of antisocial behaviour from younger customers. Pub and restaurants reopened at the end of April in Wales allowing younger people […]
A small Welsh village football club has their season disrupted by lockdown
By Willow Shah-Neville The Secretary of Sully Sports FC, a small village football club in Wales, said coronavirus has ‘disrupted everything’ over the course of their season and explained how it has […]
Why hasn’t Wales elected a black, Asian, or ethnic minority woman into the Senedd?
-Manasa Raghavendran Despite having one of the highest Asian and Black communities in the United Kingdom, Wales has not elected a single Black, Asian or ethnic minority woman into the Senedd. […]
Couple celebrate tying the knot with happy pub goers on same day hospitality reopens
Alaw John 22 year-old Ross and 21 year-old Sasha Kahler celebrated their wedding in Cardiff, the same day outdoor hospitality reopened. Some might say not your most traditional wedding, with heels swapped […]
Cardiff football club walk girls home to combat threat of sexual assault
Captain and President of Cardiff University Football Club, Ben Marett set up an initiative to accompany girls walking home on their own after a recent image circulated online claiming that Saturday 24th April would be a ‘National Rape Day.’
Welsh EMS Call handler paid tribute to after passing away at 28
By Gareth Williams | @GarethWill99 Tributes have been paid to a Welsh Ambulance Service call handler who has sadly passed away. Louise Thomas, from Cefn Hengoed, was a 999 EMS call hander […]
First repair directory in Wales launched today
By Emily Price Repair Efficiency Wales launched today urging people to stop throwing broken items away but to get them repaired instead. The Repair Directory covers 14 local authority areas and hopes […]
“I was failed by the NHS for over 20 years”: Cardiff woman’s fight for Endometriosis diagnosis
Amy Dowzell, 38, a Senior Governance Executive from Cardiff, was disbelieved and misdiagnosed for more than 20 years by NHS doctors; until she spoke to a private gynaecologist, who diagnosed Endometriosis within 15 minutes of meeting her.
Meet Bill Astle – A Cardiff based Youtube video editor, just starting out in his career!
Wales’ best comedic Anthropologists: The Death Hilarious discuss their new podcast
Sarah Jayne Smith introduces Darren J. Coles and Glenn Wade to USW’s Cardiff campus, to chat about comedic influences, Welsh identity, and the duo’s new podcast.
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On review: The Simplicity in Naivety.
On the 17th February 2023 UK cinemas were finally graced with seeing Dean Fleischer Camp’s 2021 feature film Marcel the Shell with Shoes On. With the character’s first feature film appearance, since […]
REVIEW: The Commitments come to Cardiff
By Georgia Ferda The Commitments kicked off their Welsh stop-off on their tour this Monday and got the whole crowd singing and clapping along. An incredibly interactive show with great respect for […]
Tiger Bay: Revisiting the J. Lee Thompson movie filmed in Cardiff Bay from 1959 – Shorthand Story