Living Room Cardiff's prayer for Easter has been prepared by the Revd Jim Clarke, Minister of Religion at Presbyterian Church of Wales, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll.
For a decade since the financial crisis of 2008, the costs of paying for the damage done to the economy has been shifted onto the shoulders of those least able to bear them.
MORE THAN 250 CAIS learners have accessed the latest digital technology and skills-based training thanks to a new partnership with BT
Beneficiaries of the At-Your-Service-2 hospitality and catering training programme have shared their successes at a special celebration.
Problem gambling is a growing issue for many — and when it becomes excessive it not only affects the gambler, but also family, friends and society at large in many destructive ways.
PEOPLE WITH EXPERIENCE of mental health and substance misuse issues have spread their wings with the help of a "life-changing" peer-to-peer training course offered by Caniad.
In terms of acknowledging older adults in substance misuse policy or strategy, Wales is ahead of its UK counterparts – but we know there is more to be done including tackling ageism and stigma.
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