A local producer is hosting a space for neurodivergent creatives to build solidarity, regular space for neurodivergent creatives to come together, and build solidarity, support and collaborations.
From the BBC building to the National Cardiff Museum, we’ve seen a...
Soaring numbers of over-50s in England will suffer from loneliness in the...
Cardiff Bay was illuminated over the weekend by some familiar faces as a light show lead audiences through the iconic adventures of Doctor Who.
The participants took to the streets of Cardiff, hoping to spark a conversation and shine a spotlight on sexual violence.
Carers Wales talked at the Senedd last week, submitting petitions and conducting online support sessions for thousands of unpaid carers in Wales.
People gathered at Wales Millennium Centre to explore the topic of accessibility for young people to environmental topics and initiatives to engage them in environmental activism.
More than half of families in Wales plan to spend less money on Christmas this year as the rising cost of living continues to bite.
The Welsh government has proposed changes to the school holiday calendar, aiming for a more balanced distribution of holidays throughout the year.
Cardiff Sherry Week returned for a 10th year and the fortified wine is going from strength to strength.
In September, the Welsh Government introduced the default 20mph limit which changed...
Research shows that British people are having less sex now than in recent years. We asked the public about possible reasons for this trend.
Anyone can develop health issues from damp and mould, and simple preventive...
University students are being given the "short end of the stick" this year on the housing market
Wales introduced a ban on several single-use plastic products this year. The public is considering what more can be done to tackle plastic pollution.
Welsh is an ancient language, and many of the place names in Wales today derive their meaning from medieval Welsh.
With NHS facing recruitment and retention related issues, will the public still struggle to book an appointment with their GP?
Prince Harry has won the right to sue the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday for gross privacy breaches. Is it time the media leaves him alone?
The Pierhead Building remains a central hub for Welsh innovation and advancement 126 years since its opening.
Among the many paths of this Cardiff Park, one is home to...
The eye-catching, affordable cost of fruits welcome new customers everyday to this...
The Queer Emporium at the heart of Cardiff is a haven for LGBT+ businesses.
Siop Sero non-profit shops provide an excellent start to becoming more environmentally aware.
Coffee Planet makes use of Arabica coffee beans, which naturally has a very low caffeine percentage, whilst giving a smooth and nuanced flavour.
A lovely and relaxing coffee shop in a garden. let's see how it is committed to sustainability.
Fashion is reincarnated and so is life, so it’s time to go...
Explore the third floor of Jacobs Building in Cardiff for a hidden...
Experience Fabulous Welshcakes, a Cardiff gem that bakes Welsh cakes on a traditional cast iron griddle. It is not only a bakery, but also a celebration and promotion of Welsh heritage.
It was founded by the Welsh football legend Gareth Bale.
If you enjoy Italian food and its special cuisine, Giovanni’s in Cardiff...
This Castle Arcade wine bar is striving to make wine fun and accessible to all.
The sweet Welsh cake gives you a real Welsh taste. Cardiff Market...
British Sign is an official language used in the UK. It is used by people with hearing or speech difficulty, but can be learned by anyone.
Cardiff is set to enlist the help of its gym and fitness trainers in a city-wide campaign to fight against domestic abuse in the region.
Systemic racism means that black workers are not having opportunities to move up pay scales, get promoted or work in sectors with high pay rates.
In order to meet its environmental aspirations, campaigners want to see the end of plans to expand the Aberpergwm mine in South Wales
Tahirah Ali is becoming a sports role model among Muslim women. What barriers did she encounter on her powerlifting journey?
As the BBC launches its latest nature series Wild Isles to celebrate the wildlife of the British and Ireland, how much nature can we find in Cardiff?
An award-winning chef believes restaurants can still make delicious food without worrying about energy prices. But, how exactly does he do it?
The theme for International Women's Day 2023 is to 'Embrace Equality'. How far is Wales from gender equality?
The Grenfell disaster led to changes in English law, now Welsh campaigners want to provide the same protections for people living in high-rise buildings.
Campaigners launched last Monday a new initiative to protect Cardiff’s traditional pubs from the influx of corporate soulless chains.
The support the cafe has received has bought it time for negotiation. This year, they were joined by Acorn group, a union fighting rent injustice around the UK.
The aim of the IWD 2023 EmbraceEquity campaign theme, we spotlight influential women in Wales who are supporting equality and connecting the world.
Missing from UK for 500 years, now campaigners want to bring beavers back as they can not only stop flooding but also boost wildlife.
Councillor Chris Weaver believes redevelopment of the Motorpoint arena is a vital task to boost the Cardiff economy.
Recent figures reveal River Taff is among the top 20 UK rivers affected by sewage pollution. How are activists and locals handling it?
Women's rugby teams in Wales are making waves this season. Retired superstar says its thanks to new facilities for girls to get into the sport, but much more could be done.
The Welsh writer John Lincoln Williams talks about his new book, the inspiration he gets from living in Cardiff and his approach to writing fiction.
The British government has blamed European and African weather for vegetable shortages across the country but is that really the case?
Hay is home to over 30 bookshops, a renowned literary festival and Mary Fellowes, someone passionate about getting people into reading.
As the city struggles with congestion and traffic, local campaigners demand better infrastructure for active travel
Wales’s only colony of northern gannets are at risk due to bird flu, climate change and plastic pollution. We speak to a scientist to find out the solutions.
More young people in Wales are planning to study science and part of the reason is events like Cardiff's Science Festival. We went along to find out about it.
Port Talbot boasts Wales' most unique tourist attraction, the Baked Beans Museum of Excellence, which is set to close its doors later this year.
Cardiff Council claim they may close Museum of Cardiff due to lack of funds and protesters oppose plan to cut budget for culture.
Nurses are turning away from the NHS not only for low pay, but a feeling that they aren’t getting the respect, especially from the Welsh Government.
Road projects in Wales have been discarded as it harms the environment, is Wales a step closer to tackle climate crisis?
People of Cardiff and support groups helping Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees settle...
As the Welsh government announced 'Period Proud Wales' action plan, campaigners say the situation has turned worse.
International students and charities in the city are working together to help those affected by the earthquake that has killed over 40,000 people.
Despite their 1-0 loss to Chesham this weekend, can Merthyr's model of fan ownership provide a valuable alternative to modern football?
As secondhand shopping is increasing rapidly amongst people, how accessible thrifting really is in Cardiff?
Take a day trip on a spring day, and walk along the sea of bluebells, smelling the fragrance of hyacinth flowers at the tip of your nose, It's really exciting!
Boss and Brew academy in Cardiff is tackling unemployment through their free barista course and helps teens learn life skills.
As Welsh MP was bombarded with death threats after criticising Andrew Tate, an expert explains how to tackle toxic masculinity.
Twitter outrage happens after the council clears up a huge flytipping site as more streets need attention
At times when cost of living is sky rocketing, the council has proposed to slash library opening times which is affecting people.
Intersecting identities were highlighted in Wales during LGBTQ+ history month. Why is the next frontier for promoting equality?
The Tom Jones classic wasn't sung by the choir at Principality Stadium ahead of Six Nations rugby match, but what do fans in Cardiff think?
Pop diva Beyoncé's Renaissance Tour is coming to Cardiff and her fans who didn't get tickets took to social media platforms to express disappointment.
The River Wye is dying as a result of industrial poultry farming, what can be done to save one of Britain’s most iconic rivers?
In response to the worrying decline in Welsh language usage, experts from Cardiff University have given some advice.
Amnesty International returns with Write for Rights; the worlds biggest human rights event
Although the Welsh government has stopped selling peat compost to gardeners, more needs to be done to protect habitats, say campaigners.
Finland has seen significant progress in putting an end to homelessness, what can Wales learn from it?
What do the train strikes and weather-related delays mean for the people in Cardiff?
A Cardiff family was reunited with their seven month old pet kitten thanks to a Facebook post after she was lost for three months.
A drop in immunisation in the past four years has left Welsh women at a greater risk of developing cervical cancer.
Olympic gold medalist Geraint Thomas has joined hands with locals to save Maindy Velodrome from demolition.
The Bike Lock in Cardiff is a cafe which provides a safe space for its customers to lock their bikes, shower and have a cup of coffee.