Category: Cardiff Blog

This is exactly what happens as disgraced false expenses MP Chris Davies faces a ‘recall petition’

Brecon and Radnorshire MP Chris Davies false expenses claim was savaged by a judge who accused him of trying to pull wool over the eyes of his constituents

Tory MP says he’s done nothing wrong after reports failed bond scheme funded his second salary

His statement followed a BBC report that his private salary was funded by a firm that marketed a failed bond scheme that lost savers £236 million

New garden table shatters and covers baby in glass – and its still on sale

"We were lucky but if they don’t understand the severity of what’s happened it could be worse for someone else."

The decades old Llanelli shops swimming against the tide of the struggling high street

Many have their loyal customers to thank, but it’s not been easy and the fight is far from over

Ex-Swansea City and Birmingham star David Cotterill opens up on extent of his battle with alcohol in emotional social media post

The Wales international has once again called on others to receive help

She was homeless at 15 on the streets of Newport – now she’s one of UK’s top firefighters

Sabrina Cohen-Hatton spent two years living on the streets and sold the big issue to make money

Council starts library review in Neath Port Talbot to ‘provide sustainable service and make savings’

The review will look at what must be legally provided, the changing role of public libraries and operational costs as well as the relocation of services, staffing and micro-libraries