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.
Care workers have played a vital role throughout the coronavirus pandemic, putting themselves at risk to help keep our loved ones safe, receiving an outpour of support from the public and Welsh Government. But those in the unpaid carer sector feel not enough has been done to support them.
By Emily Price Littering during the pandemic has surged as strollers pack into parks and beauty spots, leaving bins overflowing and rubbish strewn on the ground. Click the link for full story: […]
Homeworking will be one of the major lasting outcomes of the pandemic, Cardiff University Professor Alan Felstead predicts. He was commissioned by the Senedd to produce a report on their inquiry into remote working.
By Emily Price. This powerfully written debut novel by Hannah Gold follows young April and her father on a journey to the Arctic Circle. Bear Island was once home to polar bears but years of […]
By Charles Stylianou The Welsh Government has announced a further £3m for everyday economy projects. The funding will ensure that everyone has access to basic essential goods and services, and that the […]
The demand for allotments in Wales have increased since the first lockdown. Allotments have been around for hundreds of years, yet it’s the system created in the nineteenth century that we recognise […]
By Olivia Grist ‘You have cancer’ is a phrase no one wants to hear, but for David Martin, his diagnosis has pushed him to make the most of his life and now […]
By Emily Price. People are being encouraged to report otter sightings in the Vale of Glamorgan for a new survey. ‘Project Otter’ will be led by officers from the Countryside Service of the Vale of Glamorgan Council and will establish […]