Campaigners launched last Monday a new initiative to protect Cardiff’s traditional pubs from the influx of corporate soulless chains.
Tremorfa’s volunteer run community Pantry is holding a series of craft workshops to help locals in the run up to Christmas.
A constant stream of negative news can have a major impact on our well-being, so what's the reason behind and how can we deal with it?
This Black History Month, how is the National Museum of Wales trying to keep the Black Lives Matter movement alive?
A project in Cardiff that involves musical activities is getting people with learning disabilities to socialise and express themselves better.
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.
Following the First Minister's announcement, the reactions from the public about potential changes to Covid restrictions in Wales have been divided.
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.
A Christmas without lockdown, but it’s hard for some people to “back to normal” chaos of festival.
The 'Happy to Chat' signs have spread across the world, in hopes that it will combat loneliness.
People in Cardiff express their views and concerns on the increase of Covid cases, as well as whether or not large events should be permitted.
While most people are excited about the easing of lockdown regulations, those suffering with social anxiety are worried about losing their alone time.
Easing of lockdown restrictions has paused in Wales; PM urges people planning to visit families to be cautious. First Minister...
Can online plays recreate the same feeling as being in theatre in person?
Hoteliers in Wales will face more operating costs when it reopens on 17 May due to restriction rules to limit the spread of COVID.
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
No need to plan virtual dates and park dates anymore. Find the seven best places in Cardiff to go on a date once the lockdown ends.
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.
Cardiff is the UK city most likely to suffer from insomnia (37%), followed by Sheffield (36%), Glasgow (35%) and Newcastle (35%)
With another St Patrick's Day in lockdown, Irish citizens of Cardiff are finding new ways to celebrate the cultural holiday.
A Welsh gaming group has been helping people to gather virtually when socializing is impossible. How do video games connect people who share the same interest together during the lockdown?
Welsh businesses call for government support after nearly a year of uncertainty.
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.
No matter how tiny little space you living in, if you got a sunny window sill, then you can still do some growing.
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.
During the testing times of the pandemic, this partially blind man turns into sports for confidence.
DMU Gospel Choir conducts virtual Christmas Concert for people across world to keep up holiday mood amid the pandemic. A...
Lockdown is not only about people, the dog’s family is meeting each other at Bute Park . There were 11...
With picturesque views and a rich history, the Bristol and Bath Cycle Path is the best way to spend an autumn afternoon.
While the world is in lockdown during the Coronavirus pandemic, some UK residents take up new hobbies to overcome the boredom of the lockdown.
Many people say they don’t know anything about Space, but do you know we can do simple Astronomy with no equipment at all?
"I think I am saner because of my pets. We have less confrontation with pets at home than with humans."
Residents in Splott organised a street bingo night in order to keep themselves entertained as well as follow the social distancing rules.
After going through life-threatening abuse, Rachel Williams is now trying to raise awareness of domestic violence in lockdown.
From small boxes of Zoom, some people are dancing with the person they are living with; some are dancing with their lovely cuddle toys.