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.
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 […]
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…
£1.2m Welsh Government boost to Cyfarthfa plan hopes to open new chapters in Welsh tourism.
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.
Images by Hashim AL-Hashmi and Tom Davies Last night the city saw the third Reclaim These Street protest in a week as hundreds took the street outside of Cardiff Central police station. […]
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 […]