Weightlifting Pastor: “Everyone is the same when they are on that weightlifting bar.”
Pastor Ryan Morton discovered that religion didn’t always bring prisoners to his sessions, but the competitions sure did.
Repair Café: “It’s not just about things it’s about people.”
A van will rent and bring a new lease of life to people’s beloved items around Cardiff this summer. Why should we fix our broken things?
Mental health and well-being: Key to Housing association project for Cardiff communities
Newydd’s community regeneration project, Hapi has expanded to Cardiff to also benefit those who don’t live in their homes.
Kier Starmer’s unpopularity: ‘He just doesn’t inspire people’
More than 24% of Labour voters have an unfavourable opinion of Keir Starmer. How could this impact the results of the upcoming Senedd election?
Rewilding Cardiff: Thousands of trees to be planted across the capital in the fight against climate change
Cardiff Council has received a £200,000 grant to plant 800 hectares of trees across the city. What is Cardiff doing to reach its Carbon Zero plans?
Veganism: Why is it more difficult for men to quit meat and dairy?
Despite veganism growing in popularity in the UK, research suggests that 80% of vegans are women. Why are plant-based diets still so gendered?
A Cardiff Health-tech company has received a six-figure investment for its revolutionary menopause app
Health & Her has received funding from the Development Bank of Wales for their holistic menopause app.
Smear test: ‘If you leave it, it could affect your chances of being a mother’
Over six-hundred thousand women could miss their routine cervical cancer screening during the pandemic, the #SmearforSmear campaign is trying to change that.
Welsh start-up revolutionising the early detection of bowel cancer through a simple blood test
CanSense research promises a shift towards the earlier diagnosis of bowel cancer that will save thousands of lives and millions of pounds for the NHS.
The Bristol and Bath Cycle Path: The perfect place for an autumn stroll
The iconic cycle Path between Bristol and Bath is the best way to spend a sunny afternoon.