Charity worker and local councillor Sara Pickard has just been announced as a representative
Bars, hotels and shops enjoyed a rise in profits as 250,000 people flocked to the capital
8,000 fans joined the Senedd yesterday in celebrating Wales's rugby victory in Cardiff Bay
The checkered 159-year history of the Vulcan pub which may shut in May
Adam Care maps the route the Olympic flame will take through Cardiff in May
A Big screen has been erected in Cathays Park for fans to watch tomorrow's 6 Nations decider
Unemployment figures show 4.5 per cent of population is out of work
Statistics have shown 84,947 people in Wales are unemployed, meaning 4.5 per cent of the country are uemployed.
Oxfam Cymru claims giving a tax break to the UK's highest earners would "disproportionately harm the poorest people in Wales."
Chief Scientific Advisor for Wales claimed Welsh science is being vastly underfunded by the UK Research Council
Cardiff taxi drivers are demanding action after an increase in attacks on their cabs by 'feral youths'
Ticket touts seen advertising in city centre ahead of Grand Slam decider
Unhappy residents call for anti-acne lights on underpass where youths are allegedly causing a nuisance.
Residents living near Clare Street in Riverside are worried about the safety of a zebra crossing near two schools, claiming cars often fail to stop or slow down.
The Cardiff Vale and University Health Board have attracted criticism for a new no-smoking policy, that sees doctors and nurses dictating which visitors are permitted to smoke.
Extensive reforms have been made to Cardiff Medical School's training programme, following dissatisfaction from students.
Cardiff Airport is in danger of losing more passengers to Bristol and Heathrow after reporting its lowest number of fliers since 2004.
Craig Buse says he's been the victim of over-zealous police conditions after alleged violence at the Riverbank Inn.
Metal theft costs the UK an estimated £770m a year but dealers are concerned recent publicity and police tactics are damaging their reputation.
Station enquiry clerks set to become a thing of the past as fewer people visit the station to complain.
Wales's finance minister Jane Hutt has today said Wales must fight its corner to avoid being sidelined by the UK government.
Traffic along one of the city's busiest stretches as become "dangerous" says Communities First's Joe Redmond.
Despite a £250,000 Vale of Glamorgan Council pledge to boost a struggling sports club, there are fears the money won't be enough to renovate its premises.
But police state the number of officers on beat will not be affected after the local community rallied in defence of their station at a meeting last night.
A meeting will be held tonight in Rhiwbina to discuss plans to close a raft of police stations across cardiff including Llanishen.