INTERNATIONAL students who travelled during the pandemic have had to face uncertainty over documents required and regulations, while also paying hundreds of pounds for tests.
THE STATUE of Wales' first black headteacher Betty Campbell is to be unveiled on September 16th nearby Central Square, in front of the new HMRC building.
It was the city’s second protest in a week HUNDREDS gathered outside the BBC Wales offices on Saturday afternoon, before...
A SOUTH Wales organisation has been combatting loneliness in 16 Cardiff-based care homes with outdoor Easter performances and donations of thousands of chocolate eggs.
THE Cardiff Lawn Tennis Club in Bute park has allowed its members to come back and play during lockdown.
THERE have been zero Covid deaths in Cardiff for the past few days and positive hospital admissions have fallen to the lowest number since September.
Landmarks across Cardiff are due to be lit yellow this evening, as the city marks one year of Covid lockdown. We asked some Cardiffians about their memories of lockdown, and what's gotten them through it.
CANTON'S beach volleyball courts in Victoria Park are allowing members to return following the easing of lockdown rules.