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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]