AFTER all the negativity concerning the Welsh language of late, hearing more positive news relating to the language is like taking a breath of fresh mountain air.
We now have a situation where a Welsh name is being termed ‘racist’ .
(Cymraeg) Mae ambell awgrym bod y stori od iawn am ‘zombie apocalypse’ Llandudno, a ymddangosodd yn y Daily Post ar ddydd Mercher, yn enghraifft o ‘client journalism’.
Chaotic scenes at some of Wales’s beauty spots over the weekend have led to renewed calls to properly manage the tourist industry.
£10,000 is not a big enough sum to charge property owners for changing names from Welsh to English. No amount would be.
(Cymraeg) Mae 1.3 miliwn o bobol led-led y byd yn dysgu Cymraeg ar hyn o bryd trwy’r App poblogaidd ‘Duolingo’.
THE Chief Medical Officer has announced no mandatory face masks in shops will be introduced in Wales. Dr. Frank Atherton says there is ‘no scientific evidence’ for such a policy.
ONE of Wales’s oldest titles is considering launching a new national paper for Wales.
BREXIT party activists in Wales are in open revolt against their party leader’s wish to abolish Y Senedd. They are now to hold an on-line poll amongst their members to decide to which pro-Senedd party they should now switch their support.
A second independence party in Scotland offers the prospect of a complete wipe-out of Unionist parties if SNP supporters lend them their list votes. Could the same thing happen in Wales in regions where Plaid Cymru are strong?