Councillor urges residents to report graffiti to the police A CAFÉ in Cathays was graffitied by vandals on the same...
THOSE of us who love a blow-dry, manicure or full glam have had to go without for the majority of the past year, as the beauty industry has been closed due to the pandemic.
March will protest police brutality, violence against women and a controversial government bill CAMPAIGNERS are planning to march through Cardiff...
In the first of a four-part series, Hannah Prydderch speaks to one mother about pregnancy in the time of Covid
From digital Eisteddfods to celebrity judges, children across the capital are making the most of it despite Coronavirus restrictions
CATHAYS councillors have tried to solve parking issues on Rhymney Street by reducing double yellow lines.
WELSH Government have changed their guidance on student flats to allow residents to use shared facilities at the same time.
AS PART of the #ChalkBack movement, two midwifery students are drawing statistics and personal stories of harassment in chalk on the streets of Cardiff and posting them to Instagram.
POLICE issued over sixty fines in one weekend for seven separate house parties in Cathays.