As part of their Roots Unearthed season St David’s Hall welcomed BBC Folk Award winners, the Emily Portman Trio.
We're three days into Lent. Have you given something up?
Jenny Awford keeps plates spinning and attempts the challenge
Tress's West Wales landscapes refuse to be quaint.
James and the Giant Peach at the New Theatre is just peachy.
We take a look at Pontcanna and its people, and see whether it really is Cardiff's answer to Chelsea.
We caught up with Emily Portman before her Roots Unearthed gig at St David's Hall on Tuesday
More than 200 women danced to show solidarity with the 1 billion women who will be raped or beaten during their lifetime.
Our reporters find out what life was like during the English Civil War at the living museum in Treharris.
The council has received more than 100 complaints about the proposals
BEAT Cymru wants people to "sock it" to eating disorders, by wear silly socks to raise funds and awareness
Residents have been protesting against plans to build on Llandaff Fields in Riverside and e-mails show Cardiff Council have expressed an interest in building on the playing fields.
Alleys where crime is a problem will be gated off, with only residents issued with keys to unlock them.
Staff shortages putting pressure on midwives around Wales
Butchers in Cardiff report an increase in sales, particularly of mince.
The proposed closure of Maindy Bowling Green has provoked fierce opposition from members, who say they are ready to battle the council over the issue.
Angry swimmers vowed to keep their community pool open at a public meeting yesterday.
Water damage in Bishop Street, Grangetown, may affect more houses after residents have been rehoused by the Welsh water company
Cardiff Council Planning Committee will decide tomorrow on whether to allow 48 homes to be built on a popular walking spot near Radyr.
The Welsh Snooker Open tournament will continue until Sunday, with Cardiff clubs hoping a Welsh player can win to revive interest in the sport.
City celebrations included feasts, music and a lion dance.
According to Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), a pub closes in South Wales every week. Regulars wonder if cheap supermarket booze, tax and a loss of community are to blame.
Touch Trust, a disabled charity, protested outside Cardiff County Hall today against the proposed 100 per cent cut to their funding.
Disabled people in Cardiff have voiced anger over the lack of wheelchair access to pavements and railway stations in the city
Newport Council propose a protection of the green belt to the northeast of Cardiff, to avoid merging between the two cities