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Cardiff University’s Independent
Officers under scrutiny
Each year, a team of sabbatical officers is elected by Cardiff Students. Candidates using a combination of gimmicks and policies in order to gather votes.
But what is more important? Inside, we speak to the outgoing elected off...
Latest Issue: Gair Rhydd 1032
Cardiff Central Fire (Tem...
Cardiff Central Fire (Template article)
Law exam plagued with err...
Law exam plagued with errors
Column: Gareth Evans R...
Column: Gareth Evans – I agree with Nigel
University Council call f...
University Council call for Sir Martin Evans to continue as Chancellor
Glamorgan looking to buil...
Glamorgan looking to build momentum
Wales rugby stars set to...
Wales rugby stars set to play public trial match
Dogters sniff out prostate cancer to show they are truly man’s best friend
Detecting cancer early can save lives, and now it seems there’s a new method of detecting the disease that can be more successful at detection than laboratori...
Detecting cancer early can save lives, and now it seems there’s a new method of detecting the disease that can be more successful at detection than laboratories themselves. A German Shepherd named Tsunami, at the University of Pennsylvania, has a 90 percent success rate in i...
Ashes cricket to return t...
Ashes cricket to return to Cardiff in 2015
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