Christmas lights look set to return to Whitchurch this December – despite worries that they would not be switched on in 2021.
THE Cyncoed-based charity, MAD4Kids, has begun to help children in Cardiff alongside its usual focus in Zambia.
AFTER last year’s Covid-restricted event ‘Christmas at the Castle’, Winter Wonderland has returned and is now at two sites.
Pub landlords and restaurant owners in Whitchurch are concerned at the possibility of the NHS Covid Pass being expanded to include hospitality venues.
REPAIR Cafe Splott has started working with Benthyg Cymru, the ‘Library of shared things’, to get residents of Splott access to new tools alongside the opportunity to repair items they currently own.
Residents question whether it is the best place for another supported living centre
20 residents and business owners have contacted The Cardiffian to express safety concerns about Clifton Street and its surrounding roads...
A CARDIFF army veteran's community interest company has become so successful she’s had to refuse donations because of a lack of storage space.
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.