The Welsh government has proposed changes to the school holiday calendar, aiming for a more balanced distribution of holidays throughout the year.
Hay is home to over 30 bookshops, a renowned literary festival and Mary Fellowes, someone passionate about getting people into reading.
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.
Cardiff University historian, Dr Marion Löeffler believes new curriculum will be a step towards a more inclusive Wales.
Two-thirds of hearing impaired people in the UK don't have an accessible way of contacting their GP. What challenges do they face in Cardiff?
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 are free tuition classes at a boxing club in Cardiff's poorest area helping children in the community?
‘Cycle ready for spring’ events feature free bike repairs, security tagging and we ask if the council is doing enough for cyclists.
A team is trying to preserve native culture by putting Welsh places’ names by making a new map
A memorial service was held at Cardiff University Park Place on World AIDS Day to commemorate the lives that were lost to HIV/AIDS.
Will there be picket lines demanding better pension and pay for teaching staff in Cardiff University? The turnout of re-ballot will tell.
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.
22 million pieces of furniture are thrown away each year. How is one local project saving pre-loved items from landfill?
After its success in Rhonda Cynon Taff, Hapi Cymru aims to engage the whole community in its projects.
A Cardiff underground cannabis society believes we should all rediscover the potential of marijuana. Is it time to overcome cannabis' social stigma?
Cardiff University has the third-highest number of reported cases in incidences of racism. However, the actual incidents could be higher as not every incident is reported.
The sun never sets on the British empire – but then why are Britons made to stay in the dark...
Despite 1 in 7 people being neurodivergent, there's still a stigma around that. We take a look at how a young campaigner challenges that.
Despite veganism being on the rise in the UK, the majority of vegans are still women. We look at the causes behind this gender discrepancy.
Local organisations are calling for more people to follow careers in STEM subjects, nearing the end of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Cardiff based health-tech company, offering the first holistic menopause hub, has grown five-fold over the last year.
Cardiff Council is using the help of children to help design an area of Cardiff.
Children in Wales create artworks in school competitions about anti-racism.
The nursing team from Cardiff University take the lead to sharing their personal health stories.
Universities have ceased face to face teaching amidst CODIV-19 outbreak. Academic communities transitioning to virtual teaching.
Six free workshops conducted by Girls Who Code aim to empower girls to take up STEM subjects and own their creative and critical side.
Living in the digital age, is it necessary for children to step in science and technology world?
First wheelchair mobility training facility in the UK opens up in a community school on the outskirts of Cardiff