16 hrs ago
The Saturdays: Last minute guide to the girl group's Cardiff show
Vanessa White, Mollie King, Rochelle Humes, Frankie Bridge and Una Foden will be in the capital on Thursday, here's all you need to know Vanessa White, Mollie King, Rochelle Humes, Frankie Bridge and Una Foden, otherwise known as The Saturdays, will be visiting the capital this week. Here's all you need to know: It's the girl group's greatest hits tour, so you can expect a celebration of their biggest singles.
16 hrs ago
Cardiff Contemporary hopes to put capital on visual arts map
The City of Cardiff Council visual arts manager and project leader Ruth Cayford reveals her plans and passion for Cardiff Contemporary, the city's biggest ever visual arts festival "What Cardiff needs is a major international visual arts festival, promoting contemporary visual art to the people of the city and a wider audience." In this comment, made by a group of artists, curators, designers and architects who would become the Cardiff Contemporary steering group, the seed was planted.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
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Overall Growth Forecast in 2015 for U.K. Hotel Industry
Overall UK hotels are expected to see a 5.6% gain in RevPAR in 2015 , driven by a 4% rates growth and a 1.6% increase in occupancy . This is underpinned by a continued strong recovery in the Provinces as well as strong growth in London, especially next year.
Early Christmas present for commuters as Network Rail says new...
Network Rail is aiming for a new platform at Cardiff Queen Street to be in use by the time the new winter timetable starts. Network Rail is promising crushed commuters and shoppers an early Christmas present - more elbow room at Cardiff Queen Street station.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Travel company refuses to refund cancer survivor's cancelled holiday... until we get in touch
Christine Foat from Cardiff booked a A 1,032 holiday to Majorca with her husband Richard in June through Thomson A travel firm which refused to refund a cancer survivor for a holiday she had to cancel to have a breast reconstruction has had a change of heart - thanks to WalesOnline. Christine Foat, 53, booked a A 1,032 holiday to Majorca with her husband Richard in June through Thomson travel agents on Cowbridge Road East in Canton, Cardiff.
Quiz: How well do you know James Bond? Test yourself with our 007 questions
With Sir Roger Moore visiting Cardiff next week with his stage show, why not test yourself on his most famous character. How well do you know James Bond? Sir Roger Moore will be in Cardiff next week appearing at St David's Hall with his stage show all about his life.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Cardiff comes out on top for best quality of life, beating all over UK major cities in new survey
Cardiff residents enjoy the best quality of life compared to the UK's other major cities, according to a new report People living in Cardiff enjoy the best quality of life compared with the UK's other major cities, according to a report. Cardiff came out top in a study by website MoneySuperMarket, which ranked the UK's 12 largest cities by measuring a range of key economic indicators such as house price growth and rental costs, salaries and disposable income growth, living costs, unemployment rates and "life satisfaction".
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Could Cardiff's Chinese twin city provide us with an economic windfall?
Council leader heads out to Chinese metropolis of Xiamen to meet civic leaders - paid for out of his own pocket Cardiff council leader Phil Bale hopes a private trip he has made to the capital's twin city in China will help bring new jobs and export opportunities.
Motorists warned of Nato disruption
World leaders are due to start arriving in Wales later for the Nato summit in Newport - with a warning of an increase in traffic disruption.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Christmas party venues: 30 of the best places in Wales to celebrate Christmas 2014
You might be planning an office party or a smaller shindig, but whatever it is, take a look at our guide to some of the best Christmas party venues There's nothing like a good old knees up at Christmas, and while the Christmas celebrations seem to start earlier each year, you won't regret getting a date in the diary for your Christmas party.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Single ticket travel plan for region
The next phase in plans for a major overhaul of public transport in south east Wales reveals a vision for a rapid one-ticket system for travellers.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Nato Summit 2014: Blind minister given lift in her own bus to salon...
When Reverend Doris Ferdinand heard world leaders like US President Barack Obama were coming to South Wales she wasn't banking on it interfering with her monthly massage.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
CALLOUT: Stop NATO action against securitisation and policing
In preparation for the NATO summit, the authorities have put a giant fucking wall around parts of Cardiff and Newport.
Save our parks: Why the fight is on to protect Wales' natural spaces for generations to come
Dr Manon Antoniazzi, chair of the Heritage Lottery Fund in Wales, says new research makes worrying reading on parks' future Parks and green spaces are for everybody.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Cardiff is 'not ready' for NATO
If you were born by 2007, then you remember the Commonwealth Heads of government meeting in Uganda.
Bucks residents urged to 'Stand Up to Cancer'
A joint fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, Stand Up To Cancer aims to raise money to fund vital research which will get new and better treatments to cancer patients faster.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Your top 10 favourite attractions in Wales as revealed by tourism chiefs at Visit Wales
The Wales Millennium Centre is the most visited tourist attraction in Wales, a study by tourism chiefs at Visit Wales has revealed.
Taste Team reviews: Ffresh at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay
We send a member of the Taste Team for a pre-theatre dinner. But was it worthy of an encore? With a number of competitively-priced chain restaurants in Cardiff Bay, it means there's a great choice when it comes to pre-theatre dining.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Nato Summit 2014: Barry Minor Injuries Unit WILL close as health board plans triage for city centre
A minor injuries unit in Barry will be shut during the Nato Summit as health bosses try to staff a triage centre to support police and ambulance crews in the heart of Cardiff.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Nato Summit 2014: Cardiff 'ring of steel' widened with new barriers
Huge yellow barriers have been put in place in the centre of Cardiff to add to Nato Summit security precautions The so-called "ring of steel" in the centre of Cardiff as part of the Nato Summit security operation has got even bigger with the erection of metal yellow barriers in some of the capital's main pedestrian shopping streets.