Cardiff unions and pressure groups stand in solidarity with 800 workers who were mass sacked by British shipping company P&O Ferries.
Repair Cafes have saved 350,000kg of waste out of landfill, helping to protect the environment, save people money and bring communities together.
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.
After two years of poor pandemic sales, the Six Nations screenings have brought life back to the city's pubs and barstools.
As pandemic has been a boost on the animation industry, what can you do to get involved in?
Cardiff hair salons will now be part of an initiative to help people suffering from domestic abuse and sexual violence. Could this help tackle the issue?
As protests against Barclays fossil fuel financing reach Cardiff, is it time to re-consider our banking choices?
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.
The Cardiff Business Award winners have sold around 1200 refurbished bicycles over the last two years as thousands of people joined the biking community.
A gender-neutral hair salon in Cardiff is advocating for more queer-inclusive hairdressing spaces around the country.
New shop owner wants to change the way people shop through refillable products.
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.
Local businesses are suffering from loss of trade because of redevelopment work on Tudor Street
Corp Market, a hub for independent traders opens in Canton and brings with it hope for the business owners and the local community.
A government's youth jobless plan helps thousands of Cardiff young people to secure jobs.
The Welsh Government aims to normalise menstrual hygiene in workplaces by 2026. We asked women in Cardiff how they feel about paid period leaves, and what the government could do better.
Music has always brought Welsh people together - and Cardiff City Centre stands as a testament to this rich tradition.
Sibling cafe and wine bar: where community and cuisine are perfectly paired.
Can online plays recreate the same feeling as being in theatre in person?
No- and low-alcoholic products are rising amongst consumers. Here, the people who are revolutionising the UK's craft beer market.
Hoteliers in Wales will face more operating costs when it reopens on 17 May due to restriction rules to limit the spread of COVID.
UBI Lab Wales thinks it’s time for Wales to try out a universal basic income in order to provide financial security.
Cardiff sees overwhelming response from the people as cafes, restaurants and bars reopened for the first this year.
Do people still prefer to shop in the streets or online after lockdown restrictions and how their shopping habits have changed
Non-essential businesses are working hard to overcome challenges as re-opening day approaches
After a year of being indoors, some people are still confused and some have adapted. But we will keep hope...
Cardiff’s historic fruit store reopening doors on Covid lockdown anniversary shows the re-emergence of business vitality.
Welsh businesses call for government support after nearly a year of uncertainty.
People in Wales campaigning to keep gyms open during lockdowns
Stall owners at the Christmas market in Cardiff have experienced a significant drop in revenue compared with previous years.
SME in Wales will benefit from a new complementary currency
The Welsh government is to deliver their project under the new road scheme, partnering up with Future Valleys group. The...
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.
While social contact needs distance with each other, how could the barber shop owner do to overcome the difficulties?
Almost half of all domestic flights in Britain were operated by Flybe, including a significant portion of flights at Cardiff Airport.
The national pub chain, J.D. Wetherspoon, has recently paid a price over their wages. We ask, if their pay is fair?
Women are being asked to pay more for products that no longer define them, but why does gender-based pricing still exist?
Automation is rising at an alarming rate. With AI and robots taking over our workscape, how does the future of jobs look like?
Stock fluctuations and corporate jargon make investments seem overwhelming but it's easy when the basics are clear.
Cardiff residents shop at retailers like Boots and Tesco everyday. But why is one gender paying more for everyday items?
Cardiff's businesswomen are coming together this week, but how can female entrepreneurs manage that work/life balance?
The Welsh Government is consulting on commercial sales of puppies, what does this mean for animals in illegal puppy farms?
A new Barbie will represent children with disabilities. But how much can it really improve kids' wellbeing?