A round up of religion and society news for this week in Cardiff. Read about knife violence in the city center, taxi driver protests and more.
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A visit to Cardiff's newest street food venue.
This market has a really important status for the local residents due to the reasonable price and fresh products.
Learn about the only Victorian market in the city that was constructed in the 18th century.
Peek into the not-much-travelled but beautiful hike starting from Roath Park and leading to Llanishen Reservoir - the waterbody drained a decade back, now being refilled to former glory
No matter where are you from, if you have any interest in Chinese food and culture, Eastern Chinese Market could be a good choice.
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BOBA TIME, a milk tea shop in Cardiff city centre offers many kinds of drinks and gives you the best flavour.
The Cardiff market is taking actions during the period of the coronavirus outbreak, ranging from protective regulations to disinfection equipments.
Climbing will challenge not only your strength but also your brain, and in Cardiff there is the perfect place to try.
The Christmas market is one of the most popular places in Cardiff...
Lockdown is not only about people, the dog’s family is meeting each...
A look into Waterloo Tea, a cosy tearoom safe from the rainy streets of Cardiff.
With picturesque views and a rich history, the Bristol and Bath Cycle Path is the best way to spend an autumn afternoon.
Though the central market is located in St. Mary Street, once you enter the market, you can immediately forget how busy it is outside the market and feel the differences between this place with the supermarket.
A majority of the mainstream media is involved in reporting on the communal rhetoric that unfortunately exists in the country.
While the world is in lockdown during the Coronavirus pandemic, some UK residents take up new hobbies to overcome the boredom of the lockdown.
Many people say they don’t know anything about Space, but do you know we can do simple Astronomy with no equipment at all?
"I think I am saner because of my pets. We have less confrontation with pets at home than with humans."
While social contact needs distance with each other, how could the barber shop owner do to overcome the difficulties?
Since the release of lockdown is uncertain, why not do some creative work to refresh our brain?
Many rescue charities rely on income from fundraising or physical shops to care for cats. Here's how you can help them.
People recovering from eating disorders are facing a difficult time now along with a rise in the affected.
On a platform full of stellar teen dramas like Atypical, Sex Education, Elite, and more, where does Never Have I Ever stand?
Cardiff University threw out students' belongings without permission, how does it happen?
Residents in Splott organised a street bingo night in order to keep themselves entertained as well as follow the social distancing rules.
While the country's on lockdown and the weeks start to drag on, the rest of the world can't seem to decide on a single course of action.
Animal Crossing, a life simulation video game that became popular around the world during the Covid-19.
A story-telling project is bringing lightness and connecting Asians around the world to express themselves during this dark and uncertain time.
For depression sufferers, things become much different after the UK declared its lockdown policy and discouraged physical contact.
Claire Rees, an eco-stylist, a PR consultant, how is she breaking her client's habits of buying fast fashion and restyling their old clothes?
After going through life-threatening abuse, Rachel Williams is now trying to raise awareness of domestic violence in lockdown.
Sex workers are still fighting for the decriminalization and health support to go through the lockdown crisis.
"council will introduce plantation of wildflowers and plants on the roof of specific bus stops in city centre to attract bees."
From small boxes of Zoom, some people are dancing with the person they are living with; some are dancing with their lovely cuddle toys.
Roath Park has adopted new arrangements to respond to people's concerns. How does it keep people safe?
Amidst coronavirus lockdown, Doctor Who fans share favourite memories of trips to Cardiff in years gone by.
As a business dependent on people being in close contact, the British pub industry is one of the most heavily affected industries in the UK.
Students of Cardiff explain behind the scene experiences of volunteering and working on the front line amidst COVID-19.
As more general patients avoid emergency departments out of fear, physicians worry of the impending surge to come.
Discover online exhibitions and activities from the Museum of Cardiff to educate and entertain during lockdown.
Wales is famous for its long history of visual arts, and what is the current situation of emerging Welsh artists?
Universities have ceased face to face teaching amidst CODIV-19 outbreak. Academic communities transitioning to virtual teaching.
How are Extinction Rebellion using art and creativity to raise awareness of the global climate crisis?
Does the thought of being cooped up inside fill you with dread? Here's some advice to get through it.
Blocked from the WHO and dangerously close to China, Taiwan has managed to control the spread. What can the UK take away from this?
Colourful paintings offer women an opportunity to release stress of their daily life. How can we be inspired by their example?
The gender pay gap has existed in the UK for a long time and the outbreak of coronavirus is widening the gap.
Hospitals reluctant to receive feminine hygiene products showing women’s physical needs are still being overlooked.
On this year’s Mother’s Day, we give our attention not only to these great heroes around us, but also the issues they face.
Due to the spread and uncertainty regarding Covid-19, several cinemas in Cardiff are closing down until further notice.
Adapted in the 1990s by Stephen Dalry, Priestley’s classic play entertains and inspires Cardiff for 4 days amidst global chaos.
For Kerrie Aldridge, running isn’t about finishing times. It’s about finishing lines and her son waiting at the end of them.
Get some snacks delivered, hunker down, and make a list of things to get done. There's something for everyone.
The Coronavirus could contract the UK's economy by at least 0.5%, a top economist professor has said.
As Cardiff prepares for more cases of COVID-19, some residents have created a group to support each other during the outbreak.
Wales' Six Nations match at home to Scotland on Saturday has been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak, what do fans think?
The Welsh Rugby Union has just announced that Saturday’s match in the Welsh capital has been postponed due coronavirus worries.
This story of a corporate lawyer turning against corporate authority is worth the wait for the UK audience.
The reservoirs will receive almost one million pounds in the latest chapter of a tumultuous history.
While coronavirus is spreading, some fishy companies are targeting anxious students to sell expired face masks.
Hand sanitisers and toilet rolls in many Cardiff stores are out of stock amid the panic-buying atmosphere.
With global crises of climate leading to mass migration and international division, how will Global People Power overcome this?
After Brexit three million European immigrants are trying to secure their citizenship in the UK. How challenging is it?
After a beloved former teammate's passing, a Torfaen walking rugby club is determined to open the sport to all players, just as he did.
Forty women took over a Cardiff bar stage to celebrate International Women’s day with music and poetry.
Six free workshops conducted by Girls Who Code aim to empower girls to take up STEM subjects and own their creative and critical side.
Your weekly guide to Cardiff's hopping nightlife scene and cultural events hiding in plain sight.
Sahar Al-Faifi is running for Assembly Election 2021. If successful, she will be the first Muslim woman entering the Senedd.
"Run by the community, for the community." Go out, say hello to your neighbours and improve your community spirit.
Another Cardiff much-loved music venue, Ten Feet Tall, was replaced by a commercial restaurant and offices recently.
Almost half of all domestic flights in Britain were operated by Flybe, including a significant portion of flights at Cardiff Airport.