A fast and inexpensive test that could save thousands of lives in Wales.
People with various disabilities find it more difficult to deal with the lockdown. Soundworks music-making workshops come to their rescue by helping them to keep going through rest of the week.
Chinese students still have a Chinese New Year in lockdown this year, while their family and friends may be able to have reunion dinner at home.
UK’s largest international contemporary art prize returns to Cardiff next month. Six...
Living Streets is a group that has campaigned for putting an end to parking on pavements, which is a thing people actually do.
A local man is set out to cover thousands of miles in...
People in Blaenau Gwent have been invited to share their views and...
Welsh businesses call for government support after nearly a year of uncertainty.
Greenhouse gases are the major contributor to climate change. Fossil vehicles account...
People with creativity are needed to support a new community narrative project...
Local organisations are calling for more people to follow careers in STEM subjects, nearing the end of the Coronavirus pandemic.
People in Wales campaigning to keep gyms open during lockdowns
Maintaining social-distancing gets harder if one is visually impaired. Here's what they have to say about the challenges they've been facing for a year now.
With more than three quarters of puppies bought during the lockdown, rescue homes await to see how many actually keep them.
The Cardiff based health-tech company, offering the first holistic menopause hub, has grown five-fold over the last year.
New technologies may revolutionise waste recycle and lessen plastic pollution.
Performing arts students and young freelancers in Wales are still fighting for a career in the performing arts during the pandemic.
All people from different ethnic groups can get better protection by finding their perfectly fitting mask.
How a campaign inspires people to run and excercise during the pandemic.
With schools transitioning to online learning, many students have been feeling ‘Zoom fatigue’.
An eco-friendly virtual balloon race hosted by a Welsh charity organisation taking place on Valentine's Day.
A look at how the COVID-19 restrictions have affected student teachers trainings.
No matter how tiny little space you living in, if you got a sunny window sill, then you can still do some growing.
The BAME LGBT group organizes an online photo exhibition all around self-care.
With such a high economic value for Wales, do international students feel it's still worth?
People can no longer buy puppies from puppies’ farms since the Welsh government introduced a ban on the commercial third-party sales of puppies and kittens.
Members of the autistic community in Cardiff created a virtual scratch night with the help of Aubergine Café and the Arts Council of Wales.
The east of Cardiff is likely to end up with 3 waste...
Pen Pals in Cardiff are needed to support older people that struggle with mental health problem all over the country.
A leading children’s charity warns of a 13% rise in physical and emotional abuse of young people.
More than 20 people formed an editorial board will release the first free LGBT+ Magazine in Welsh.
A Welsh artist who cared for a disabled child for years created during the pandemic.
Children from BAME communities in Cardiff are getting exposed to necessary skills in photography and their work is being displayed at WMC.
Cardiff Council is using the help of children to help design an area of Cardiff.
“Women in work” event encouraged young women with learning disability or autism to think about employment as part of their future.
For the first time ever, Transport for Wales is launching a "Graduate Scheme" for university graduates.
Despite its parent company making a profit of £901 million, British Gas...
Innovative laser device to allow workers mantain social distances
A new biomass plant to build in Splott gets the go-ahead, campaigners really concerned.
A look at Nook where sustainability, passion and sense of community are the ingredients for the success.
Welsh-speaking communities are under threat, according to the director of a leading cultural charity.
Springboard is urging people in Wales to name the person that they...
App for elderly to help them with dementia
The Welsh Government is facing criticism after the announcement of a slower rollout of the Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Children in Wales create artworks in school competitions about anti-racism.
Fundraiser helps BLM activist pay a fine incurred for organising protests
Cardiff Rent Strike is keeping fighting in the name of students' welfare.
Even during the pandemic, smear tests are as important as always.
The nursing team from Cardiff University take the lead to sharing their personal health stories.
Cardiff female artist operates "Memory boxes" project to help people.
Over 121,000 blind and partially sighted people in Wales also deserve mental health care.
Animation lovers can enjoy Cardiff Animation Nights online for free
Thousands of people across Wales will join the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch project in the last week of January this year to celebrate their love of nature and avian.
An on-going petition is being held by local communities against moving the Military Museum to the bay area by the city council's approval.
The fruitful orchard project makes an effort to provide teachers with necessary...
Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff have been hosting online events to help entertain the public and fund the venue during lockdown.
Activists are calling for further changes to blood donation rules in Wales.
A local food charity delivered over 85,000 meals to vulnerable people and awarded the Point of Light.
A fast and inexpensive test that could save thousands of lives in Wales.
Take a closer look at a blind date bookshop that raises money to charity.
Citizen Church is supporting vulnerable people during the pandemic, by delivering festive gift boxes.
During the testing times of the pandemic, this partially blind man turns into sports for confidence.
As a part of the campaign, celebrities and influencers take to their...
Local Residents are reporting fly-tipping online and calling for more CCTV cameras to solve this problem in Cardiff.
Cardiff Airport will become the fourth base of Wizz air in UK after London Luton, Gatwick and Doncaster Sheffield.
DMU Gospel Choir conducts virtual Christmas Concert for people across world to...
Theatres in Wales are struggling with losses, leaner staffs & logistics challenges to enable live performances in Jan when they can finally reopen
The pilot scheme represents the first step towards the decarbonisation of the UK aviation industry.
Stall owners at the Christmas market in Cardiff have experienced a significant drop in revenue compared with previous years.
Hundreds gathered on London’s Parliament Square to protest the new tier restriction...
SME in Wales will benefit from a new complementary currency
Toy Appeal gives Santa a helping hand over Christmas.
Cardiff Record Exchange,Cardiff's newest record store has successfully opened coping with the difficulties of Covid-19.
Celebrating Welsh Language Rights Day and whether or not people are exercising their right to use their language.
The Welsh government is to deliver their project under the new road...
70% of people stated that it is very difficult to maintain social distancing because of various reasons.
Communities in Wales have been brought together through a series of doorstep concerts by musicians impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
New diesel-powered trains stand in opposition to Transport for Wales’ mission to have fully carbon-neutral vehicles by 2022.
With a series of policies being applied in Cardiff since 2005, Cardiff is aiming at moving to a ‘One planet city’ from ‘Three planet city’.
A study says that Cardiff is among the worst-polluted cities in the UK, and our public transport is to blame.
For many of those who don’t celebrate Christmas, the 25th December is just an ordinary day.
Can Welsh pubs survive the new stricter COVID-19 regulations? We asked people from the industry their insights and opinions.
Welsh Workers demonstrate to call for financial support from the Welsh government...
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.
Theatr Clwyd boss says Welsh Government ‘has given no reason’ why they cannot reopen
Business news for this week in Cardiff. See what taxi drivers protest in Cardiff, how the new Cardiff Bay Arena can benefit us and how hundreds of new job opportunities arise at Pontypridd.
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.