All posts by Wayne Nowaczyk

Parents attend public meeting to fight closure of Llanishen HMRC nursery

Parents attend public meeting to fight closure of Llanishen HMRC nursery
September 6, 2012 1 Comment »

Parents of youngsters who attend a popular workplace nursery last night vowed to fight the “nonsensical” decision to close it. More than 70 parents attended a public meeting called by AM Julie Morgan to discuss the decision by HMRC to ... Read More »

Real ale bar The Andrew Buchan opens on Albany Road

Real ale bar The Andrew Buchan opens on Albany Road
September 4, 2012 41 Comments »

The man behind Cardiff’s only real ale bar has moved to reassure those who had objected to its opening. Steve Evans, managing director of Blaenavon-based Rhymney Brewery, said the company’s new bar on Albany Road in Roath, is a place ... Read More »

‘Take pride in Cardiff’s homeless services’ say protesters

‘Take pride in Cardiff’s homeless services’ say protesters
August 2, 2012 3 Comments »

Cardiff was challenged to take Olympian pride in its services for the homeless yesterday – rather than hide them from the eyes of visitors. Around 70 protesters braved the rain to demonstrate outside City Hall last night after Cardiff jeweller ... Read More »

The Royal George closes for refurbishment

The Royal George closes for refurbishment
July 11, 2012 No Comments »

The Royal George in Cardiff’s Mackintosh Place has closed for a £170,000 transformation. It will re-open to the public on Friday, July 20, with a live band to showcase the pub’s new look and a red-carpet welcome for all customers. ... Read More »

City Arms named Cardiff’s best pub

City Arms named Cardiff’s best pub
March 21, 2012 2 Comments »

It’s a favourite haunt of rugby fans – and now real ale lovers have named the City Arms Cardiff’s best pub. Camra member Arfur Daley last night said the Quay Street alehouse, which underwent a revamp 16 months ago, won ... Read More »

Households urged to be vigilant to stop Cardiff E.coli outbreak

Households urged to be vigilant to stop Cardiff E.coli outbreak
August 15, 2011 No Comments »

Health experts have urged households to be wary of tummy and toilet problems – especially with the young or elderly. Public Health Wales issued the call to be vigilant as the E.coli 0157 outbreak in Cardiff reached seven cases – ... Read More »

Julie Morgan takes Llanishen Reservoir fight Stateside

Julie Morgan takes Llanishen Reservoir fight Stateside
May 19, 2011 3 Comments »

The fight to save Llanishen Reservoir from developers has been taken to shareholders on its US parent company’s doorstep. Cardiff North AM Julie Morgan wrote an open letter to the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company’s annual general meeting in Bethlehem ... Read More »