Revd Dr Trystan Owain Hughes In recent years, the number of those people who define themselves as Christian has fallen dramatically in Wales, as in the rest of the UK. To a generation brought up on social media and… Read More ›
Society / Cymdeithas
Huw Davies sy’n trafod rygbi yng Nghymru yn sgil ymgyrch yr Hydref.
With the autumn internationals drawing to a close for another year, and with Wales yet again failing to beat Australia and New Zealand the clamour to replace Warren Gatland and his coaching staff is growing. But, is this criticism of… Read More ›
Rachel Lewis discusses Age Cymru’s recently published report – Crisis in Care?
By Dr Sulien Morgan. Is America really imploding? It can seem that way to many both inside and outside the US, and particularly to those of the more liberal persuasion. Two things, more than anything else, in current American society… Read More ›
By Carl Cooper. Lewis Carol’s Humpty Dumpty famously said, “When I use a word, it means exactly what I want it to mean, no more and no less.” What do we mean when we use the word ‘Voluntary’? The answer… Read More ›
Born in Aberystwyth, John Dyfed Loesche served as a paratrooper in the German Army – the Bundeswehr. He has also worked as a journalist in Afghanistan. He spoke with Dr Sulien Morgan about his experiences. Sulien Morgan: You were born in… Read More ›
By Dr Sulien Morgan. When the green and gold of Australia and the Kiwi black of New Zealand colour the Twickenham stands this weekend as the Rugby World Cup comes to a climax, Welsh… Read More ›