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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
by Kate Bryony Elvis is feeling the burning love in Porthcawl today as 1000s flock to celebrate the King of Rock and Roll.Shows and tributes dedicated to the King are at the […]
by Jorja Kyei and Carys Jones Cardiff University students’ union said the experience for new students will go ahead as usual although construction work is continuing on the new Centre for Student […]
by Reece Harrison-Strati, Megan Lockie-Monk and Eleanor Fox Cardiff Council and local businesses have thanked people who have come together to show their support for Bute Park after vandals caused tens of […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen an increase in cyclists across Cardiff. In an effort to maintain the amount of new riders on the capital’s roads, the council has invested in new Cycle Superhighways. The new routes will allow for continuous cycle paths throughout the city, allowing an environmentally friendly connection between Cardiff’s communities and its’ major destinations.
Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 (10th-16th May). Started by The Mental Health Foundation 21 years ago, it is an annual event to get more people talking about mental health….
A date has been set for the country’s abortion laws to be reviewed at the High Court. Campaigners, Heidi Crowter and Maire Lea Wilson, are challenging the government over current abortion laws […]
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 […]
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 […]
-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. […]
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 […]
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.’
By Charles Stylianou A filmmaker from Scotland and recent graduate from the University of Salford, Jay Alexander-Ali stated that it is extremely difficult to secure a job within the film industry, by […]
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 […]
50,000 TikTok followers for Newport Musician
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 […]
Cardiff Metropolitan University is set to be home to a new franchise in the British Wheelchair Basketball Women’s Premier League.
The legal age to play The National Lottery changes tomorrow, rising from over 16 to over 18 for online and in-person related sales. This is due to the review of the by the Government to tackle young gambling addictions.
Doctors have moved to reassure the Muslim community that having a Coronavirus vaccine is safe and permissible during the holy month of Ramadan.
A woman from Barry has self-published a children’s book with the aim of raising autism awareness among primary school children in Wales
Residents in Cardiff have been left angered over the recent delays to their waste collection
after a new system has been introduced.
A sculpture of a Welsh bird landed outside Cardiff Castle yesterday as RSPB Cymru call for the Welsh Government to ensure a greener future for Wales.
A campsite in Peterson Super-Ely, is looking to raise money to replace their old toilet facilities with a new sustainable toilet block. Scout groups across the UK are starting to return for in person meetings for the first time this year, but many have had to adapt their facilities to pass new coronavirus restrictions. The new toilet block would allow thousands of scouts to return for face-to-face sessions.
Members of Cardiff libraries can book a slot to browse bookshelves for the first time since their closures at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. The reopening of Cardiff Council’s recovery of community services since their closures over a year ago.
One of the positive effects that has come from lockdown and working from home is the improvement of our air quality, which is something the Welsh Government want to continue by encouraging local councils, like the Vale of Glamorgan to promote active travel.
With beauty salons expected to re-open on April 12, our reporter Natalie Earley spoke to Aimie Wheatley, owner of Aimie Vee Beauty Studio in Barry, about how the pandemic…
Outdoor activities that we all enjoyed as children have been affected drastically over the last 12 months. Scout, cub and beaver meetings across the UK have had to adapt to continue their […]
18-year-old Ruby Kelly from Newport has written and produced her own single called Sublime. During the first national lockdown, the teenager expressed her feelings through music, and put together a positive personal […]
Just how much are you recycling at home? Can you help Wales become the best recycler in the world? Jordan Howell’s report just may give you some ideas of how you can…
Film students push for film success despite pandemic. Conwy 6 is set around 30 years in the future towards the end of a small violent civil war between England and Wales over independence.
Iconic buildings across Cardiff were illuminated yellow last night during the National Day of Reflection to commemorate Covid-19 victims on the anniversary of the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK.
Words and images by Meg Ellis Severn Wildlife Rescue are a team of volunteers who dedicate their time to preserving our wildlife. They have branches in Bristol, Avon and Cardiff and work […]
Words and Images by Aarthy Balaganesh On March 16, 2020, the UK Government called for drastic action to halt the spread of coronavirus and advised public buildings, including theatres and live music […]
Images by Tom Davies and Hashim Al- Hashmi Crowds gathered for another night of protesting outside of Cardiff Bay police station last night. Several issues are appearing to be protested including an […]
Voting is underway in the USW Students’ Union elections. With six positions up for grabs, candidates are hoping for a higher voter numbers, as recent years topped at just over four percent […]
Words by Emily Price. Images by Kira Butters using the virtual photography app https://theshutter.app From vaccinations in an eerie pub to admin in the bath, people are working from the most extraordinary places. It’s […]
Nationwide protests are taking place across the UK in response to the recent news on Sarah Everard, with organisers being threatened with heavy fines and bans from police.
Words and images by Natalie Ball Graffiti Life creating a large Mural on the side of Sully’s Cafe on Quay Street in Cardiff Town Centre in honour of Professor Alka Surajprakash Ahuja […]
Words and images by Caitlin Bolt Spotting this pink unicorn is becoming a right of passage around Cardiff. The inflatable creature named Myfanwy has a Facebook page bringing the city of Cardiff […]
“I don’t want to be whistled at like a dog:” Students raise awareness of street harassment in Cardiff
Words and pictures by Tom Davies Two students in Cardiff have decided to take a stand against ‘catcalling’ and street harassment against women. Midwifery students Sarah Farrence and Grace Packham from Cardiff […]
Words and images by Dali Poulsom for underthemoon. Despite streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer offering a huge variety of music at your fingertips, the sale of vinyl records has […]
By Steffan Clifton Third year BA Film student at USW, Cameron James, will be running 75 miles in a month for Grief Encounter, a charity which supports children and young adults dealing […]
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Today marks the 50th anniversary of Cardiff City’s remarkable 1-0 win against Real Madrid at Ninian Park in the European Cup Winners’ Cup.
An aspiring video game streamer raised £137, during a 20 hour charity Twitch stream, to raise money for fighting loneliness.
Former psychology student, Lewis Meadows, decided to leave university just as the pandemic began last March when online learning became the normal for most.
A woman made redundant during the first covid lockdown called it a ‘blessing in disguise’ as it allowed her to kickstart her own business baking cakes, stating it was ‘perfect timing’.
Behind Closed Doors: Why the pandemic hasn’t changed life much for those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) is a long-term illness that is often triggered by infections, problems with the immune system or mental health problems such as stress and trauma. It tends to be more common in women, with 70% of sufferers in Wales being female. But it is a misunderstood condition, and not easily diagnosable. It’s not until after numerous blood tests and having other conditions ruled out by a doctor that it may be finally diagnosed, as there are no specific tests that can be done to identify it.
by Gareth Rees Elvis festival made a welcome return to Porthcawl this year as thousands gathered to celebrate the occasion. Tribute acts and impressive outfits were the main attraction on the seafront […]
Former national newspaper journalist and television executive Glen Williams talks about his new novel, The Silent Owl.
When We Were Warriors is a story of resilience and hope in the midst of World War II.
A midwinter disaster in the form of a huge meteorite strike destroys the forest and tumbles Renn, Torak and Wolf into a desolate world.