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Welsh Language Activists are urging people who aren’t confident in their Welsh ability to classify themselves as Welsh speakers on the Census
Philip Kaye fears that it could be the “final straw” for his Toys N Things store on Wellfield Road.
A petition has been launched calling on the Welsh Government to set out plans on how weddings will be allowed to go ahead this year.
Cardiff University is clamping down on the number of house parties and gatherings in their halls of residence.
Students in Cardiff say the £30 fine issued by police for breaking the Covid-19 lockdown rules, is “not enough to stop us partying”
The Scott Memorial in Roath Park Lake has been repainted and lit again after being in scaffolding for six weeks.
A DISABILITY rights campaigner is calling for yellow lines to be painted on a dropped cerb to stop cars parking there and blocking wheelchair access.