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Indian government is mulling a proposal to make it mandatory for men to share a certain percentage of their income with their wives, if the latter is staying at home to do household chores.
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.
Bianca Ali, core member of BLM and CEO of domestic abuse organisation ‘The Take Back’ is having to put fundraising on a hold, as her primary way of raising money through local music events in and around Cardiff has been halted, due to the pandemic’s effects on the music industry.
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’.
Friends, Dylan Hooper 16 (left), and Kyle Bellamy, 15 (right), are students at Whitmore High School in Barry, who share a mutual passion for music and songwriting.
Cardiff Blues’ visually-impaired rugby team are looking for more people to get involved, ahead of their return to training.
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.