by Gareth Rees The iconic Sŵn festival made a welcome return to Cardiff this year and it was legendary. The festival took place over three days, from Friday the 15th of October […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]