Welsh Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced that businesses in Cardiff South and Penarth and across Wales, will be able to claim up to £3,000 for each new apprentice they
Our last codebreaker is Butetown's David Willicombe.
Born in Hannah Street, Butetown, in 1951, his family moved across Cardiff to Fairwater. He learned his rugby at St Illtyd’s and played for Cardiff
Born in 1879 in the Westgate Inn on Frances Street in Cardiff, he played in 58 games for Cardiff RFC between 1898-1902 before heading North in June, 1902, to join
The Welsh Labour Government has announced a £1 million fund to help unpaid carers in Cardiff South and Penarth and across Wales to cope with the financial pressures of Covid-19.
Today's local ruby hero is Frank Whitcombe
Frank was one of 10 children who lived at 52, Wedmore Street, Grangetown. His father, Frederick Whitcombe, was a blacksmith’s striker in the Dry Docks