Amogh George
Politically woke journalist with a knack for international correspondence and global geopolitical affairs. Strong researcher with liberal opinions backed by facts, logic, and humanitarian sentiments.

Cardiff Uni’s rent rebates: Everything you need to know

Rebates will be based on the length of time a students accommodation has been vacant since Christmas

Welsh students unable to rejoin Erasmus scheme after Brexit decision

They can only participate if the ‘whole’ of the UK agrees to join

Cardiff University introduces ‘COVID-19 Disruption Complaints’ process

Recommended compensations can range from less than £500 to more than £5,000

Non-essential shops, hairdressers and more may re-open soon

Coronavirus cases at their lowest since September

2021 Welsh Varsity cancelled

At least we have no chance of losing?

‘No second chances’ Swansea University warns students breaking Covid rules

The university is working with the South Wales Police to tackle offending

Popular gig venue Tramshed is up for sale

The property now belongs to Cardiff Council

How to run your own business: Tips from Cardiff students who’ve done it

we talk successes, failures and everything in between

Cardiff Winter Wonderland will be replaced by ‘Christmas at the Castle’ for 2020

‘We were determined to give the city a smile at Christmas’

Welsh Government announces two households can form a bubble when lockdown ends

An announcement today reveals the new rules for non-essential businesses and travel within Wales

Cardiff students on the transition from beef to leaf this World Vegan Day

We talk bacon, diets and costly alternatives

Welsh Government confirms there will be no local lockdowns after firebreak

All measures will be in place on a national basis