Soaring numbers of over-50s in England will suffer from loneliness in the coming years, which different organisations are helping to...
Cardiff Bay was illuminated over the weekend by some familiar faces as a light show lead audiences through the iconic adventures of Doctor Who.
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.
Cardiff Sherry Week returned for a 10th year and the fortified wine is going from strength to strength.
Research shows that British people are having less sex now than in recent years. We asked the public about possible reasons for this trend.
Welsh is an ancient language, and many of the place names in Wales today derive their meaning from medieval Welsh.
The Pierhead Building remains a central hub for Welsh innovation and advancement 126 years since its opening.
The eye-catching, affordable cost of fruits welcome new customers everyday to this pleasant little stall.
The Queer Emporium at the heart of Cardiff is a haven for LGBT+ businesses.
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 back to before this century. In the downtown...
Explore the third floor of Jacobs Building in Cardiff for a hidden art experience. Uncover the story behind West Wharf...
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 is a great restaurant you cannot miss! As...
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 is home to a famous Welsh pasty shop...
An artist with autism has found his way communicating with others in art. Now, he is collecting artworks from artists with learning disabilities in Wales.
The theme for International Women's Day 2023 is to 'Embrace Equality'. How far is Wales from gender equality?
Campaigners launched last Monday a new initiative to protect Cardiff’s traditional pubs from the influx of corporate soulless chains.
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.
Hay is home to over 30 bookshops, a renowned literary festival and Mary Fellowes, someone passionate about getting people into reading.
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.
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.
In response to the worrying decline in Welsh language usage, experts from Cardiff University have given some advice.
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.
The exhibition tries to find various ways to support artists with disabilities, especially those emerging artists.
People in Cardiff are choosing not to do their shopping on this Black Friday due to the rising cost of living.
Local Cardiff initiative offers education and sustainable shopping platform amid the annual retail epidemic of Black Friday.
Campaigners have started a petition to raise awareness about the risk of privatising St David’s Hall – one of the most prestigious venues in the UK.
The inflation rate in UK has jumped to 11.1% the highest since decades and shopkeepers are finding it hard to keep up.
With the cost of food and energy rising, how are the Cardiff Christmas Market vendors coping with the soaring stalls fees,transportation,and raw materials?
In response to Cop27's Global Day of Action, environmental groups from across Cardiff have taken to the streets in protest.
Ganesha delivers a different shopping experience for customers. You can be in Britain but still shop in The Himalayas at Ganesha.
The Cardiff National Museum is not only a place to learn and appreciate art, it is also a great place for children or families to play.
If you’ve ever wanted to explore your musical side in Cardiff, then a historic music shop,GM Music could be the place to start.
Do all communities living in the same area view re-development projects in the same way? Here's the situation from Butetown, near Cardiff Bay.
Music. Fun. Sunshine? These are the top five music festivals coming to Cardiff this summer to rival the Radio 6 Music Festival.
Two Cardiff based artists are helping communities battle mental health and breakdown social barriers though their mobile art studio.
Campaigners are trying to improve mental health of young people by gaming since more mental issues were caused during the pandemic
South Wales' only Piping community is an intersection of culture, community and nationality in the heart of the Valleys.
The Norwegian Church is re-opening after two years, but what does the future hold for this old building at the Cardiff Bay?
Cardiff is aiming to become the first “Gold Sustainable Food Places” in Wales, organize is calling for more people to “Make A Pledge” and take action.
The Welsh language is linked heavily with the Welsh culture, which makes it unique and gain growing popularity among language learners.
After two years of poor pandemic sales, the Six Nations screenings have brought life back to the city's pubs and barstools.
The festival will create a diverse and inclusive space for artists from the queer community to perform across the city.
Guinness. Shamrocks. Ceilidhs. Find out the 5 best places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2022 in Cardiff. It promises to be a "good craic"!
As pandemic has been a boost on the animation industry, what can you do to get involved in?
With the English Wordle taking the world by storm, a Welsh speaker from Brazil is helping people from Wales enjoy the game in Cymraeg.
Whether you're a beginner or have prior experience dancing, how hard is it to learn a new dance in just one night? Let's find out!
There are different ways businesses are showing their support for the disabled, here's what a local coffee shop is doing.
A theatre cafe is opening in Cardiff to encourage inclusivity among the creative community and help them showcase their talent.
As St David’s Day has passed, what are the other days that should be marked in your calendar to celebrate Welsh culture?
While loneliness in old people has become a problem in the UK, a newly formed club in Cardiff aims to get them back into the social sphere.
As most British Born Chinese children choose English as their first language, what is the future of Mandarin in Cardiff?
Free activities with musicians from different cultures for children are coming this week in Cardiff, bring multi cultural people together
How has poetry changed the lives of the National poet of Wales, a poet recovering from cancer and a female poet?
Spread across genres, korean television dramas offer a whole new spectrum of entertainment for viewers who are willing to get past the fear of subtitles.
Are you addicted to Wordle? Fix your obsession with these alternatives. Once you see them you'll never leave your house again.
The gay men's chorus went back to stage to sing again this April after the Covid pandemic.
From pink dragons to Persian poetry, take a walk through Cardiff's street art that brings stories from around the city to life.
The Six Nations is here and for the first time since lockdown, the pubs are open to watch Wales’s most enjoyable event with friends and a beer.
A team is trying to preserve native culture by putting Welsh places’ names by making a new map
Cardiff venues are facing high reservation cancellations and no-shows since the Omicron spread, causing massive losses.
Job losses will make several students struggle to meet finances as new restrictions are imposed.
Members of the Muslim community have founded a creative space to where they can be themselves.
People gathering at Splott fair for community Christmas celebration.
Senior citizens from minority backgrounds are dealing with social isolation in Cardiff now more than ever with reduced interactions.
The Cardiff Business Award winners have sold around 1200 refurbished bicycles over the last two years as thousands of people joined the biking community.
New shop owner wants to change the way people shop through refillable products.
The opening of Daffodils' fills the vacancy of local Welsh pubs in the city center. The food-driven pub champions both Welsh produce and Welsh culture.
The craft shop challenged the idea of selling snacks in a vending machine as the first craft kit vending machine in Cardiff launched.
New bar in Whitchurch sets up dispensers where customers can pour themselves a glass of wine.
Affording food became increasingly difficult due to the pandemic. Local community centre sells groceries to people at low prices
Local businesses are suffering from loss of trade because of redevelopment work on Tudor Street