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Welsh Farmers’ Protest: Thousands gather at the Senedd over sustainability plans

Welsh Farmers' Protest: Thousands gather at the Senedd over sustainability plans

Thousands of farmers gathered outside the Senedd in protest over Welsh government plans which they say will devastate the industry.

Protests have been taking place over the past few weeks over the sustainable farming scheme which farmers claim will result in 5,500 job losses.

There were predicted to be 10 to 15,000 people attending, with estimates suggesting 5,000 were in Cardiff Bay – making it one of the bigges

Ystrad Mynach: Breast Cancer 'Centre of Excellence' Opens its Doors

“The Breast Care Unit project has been in our plans for a number of years, and so it’s fantastic to see it finally come into fruition. The clinical teams have worked incredibly hard to ensure that this purpose-built facility will provide the best possible treatment for our patients, and we’re so proud to now be able to offer our patients the breast care experience that they deserve. Our patients and community groups have been amazing in working with us to develop the centre and we thank them for

Cardiff: Exhibition highlighting what matters in life and in death

A photography exhibition in the Senedd aims to provide an insight into end of life care.

The film above is part of the What Matters Most? display and explores how end of life care can be improved based on the experiences of those affected. It is sponsored by Mark Isherwood MS.

He said: “The ethos in our hospices and palliative care providers is that we are not about death, we are about life, it is all about life right until the end and afterwards. So it is about the life of the individual with

Cardiff: Dragged to Church makes a spectacular return for the sixth edition

The popular event returned for its sixth edition, this time spanning across two nights with special guest appearances from Charlotte Church and Chizzy Akudolu

Drag acts once again came together to raise money for St Andrew’s United Reformed Church in Roath.

This edition was called Six Slay Belles and was organised by Nathan Wyburn and Wayne Courtney along with others, with eight acts performing each night over the course of two shows.

Previous events have so far raised more than £20,000 towar

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