All posts by Graham Henry

In pictures: Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival

In pictures: Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival
July 9, 2012 No Comments »

  Thousands of people descended on Cardiff Bay this weekend for the International Food and Drink Festival – despite having to brave persistent rain to do it. The event – part of the Cardiff Festival which is now in its ... Read More »

RWCMD receives architecture prize

RWCMD receives architecture prize
June 21, 2012 No Comments »

An iconic Cardiff landmark was last night recognised as one of the finest examples of architecture in Britain. The new Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama building on North Road was one of only two in Wales to receive ... Read More »

Butetown flat destroyed by fire

Butetown flat destroyed by fire
June 15, 2012 No Comments »

A flat was destroyed and a building of residents evacuated after a blaze in Buetown this morning. Firefighters are still at the scene at Loudoun Square in Butetown after the fire began around 7.40am – and became so fierce that ... Read More »

Decision due on plans to demolish AG Meek

Decision due on plans to demolish AG Meek
June 13, 2012 No Comments »

The fate of a 100-year-old Cardiff shoe shop under threat of being turned into a convenience store will be decided today. Plans have been lodged with Cardiff council to demolish the AG Meek store on Roath’s Albany Road and rebuild ... Read More »

Taxi driver accused of knocking down pedestrians to stand trial

Taxi driver accused of knocking down pedestrians to stand trial
June 13, 2012 No Comments »

A taxi driver accused of knocking down a group of pedestrians in Cardiff city centre will stand trial after pleading not guilty to 13 charges yesterday. Majid Rehman, of North Clive Street, Grangetown, appeared at a brief hearing at Cardiff ... Read More »

Roath’s Four Elms pub reopened as traditional alehouse

Roath’s Four Elms pub reopened as traditional alehouse
June 13, 2012 1 Comment »

He has made it a habit to resurrect failing pubs and keep the back-street boozer as a presence in South Wales. Now a pub owner has snapped up a Cardiff pub from the jaws of redevelopment – and reopened it ... Read More »

Cardiff Carnival goes ahead without Big Weekend

Cardiff Carnival goes ahead without Big Weekend
June 8, 2012 No Comments »

A cultural carnival is aiming to inject a bit of anti-austerity fever into Cardiff this summer – after it appeared that it was facing its final curtain. Cardiff Carnival – which calls itself Wales’ answer to Notting Hill – announced ... Read More »

Royal opera and ballet to be screened in Cardiff

Royal opera and ballet to be screened in Cardiff
April 18, 2012 No Comments »

Opera fans in Cardiff will have the chance to watch the Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet’s summer performances for free when they are beamed into the city centre. The Royal Opera’s Falstaff and Royal Ballet’s Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 will ... Read More »

Cardiff mother and son found dead at Beachy Head are named by police

Cardiff mother and son found dead at Beachy Head are named by police
March 28, 2012 No Comments »

  A mother and son from Cardiff that were found dead at the foot of a notorious suicide blackspot in Sussex have been named as Christopher and Elizabeth Gosling. The victims – who lived in Treharris Street in Cathays – ... Read More »