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Elon Musk unveils new artificial intelligence chatbot, Grok
Tech mogul Elon Musk unveiled his latest creation, an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, on Nov. 5.
Cardiff take back Varsity Cup!
Cardiff fought hard to take back the coveted Varsity Cup after narrowly losing out in 2022.
Cardiff Storm to Victory in Ladies Rugby Thriller
At the home of Welsh Womens rugby, Cardiff University's Ladies rugby team met their Swansea counterparts in a game full of anticipation and rivalries.
Sunak Haunted by Predecessors Looking for a Return
Since his so-called ‘coronation’ as Conservative party leader, Rishi Sunak has faced the unprecedented circumstance of not one, but three former Prime Ministers from his own party sitting on his backbenches. Those being Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss, the latter two seemingly convinced that unfair coups caused their …
GB claim 3 medal at European Indoor Championship
Team GB have won 3 medals in Istanbul during the European Indoor Championship with Neil Gourley claiming the mens silver in the 1500m and teammates Daryll Neita and Melissa Courtney-Bryant both securing bronze.
Nicola Sturgeon announces her Resignation
Nicola Sturgeon announced her intention to resign last week with the statement: “In my head and my heart, I know that time is now. That it is right for me, for my party and for the country. And so today I am announcing my intention to step down as first …
Biggest financial scandal in Premier League history?
The Premier League has charged Manchester City with breaking more than 100 of its financial rules.
Shorter recession than expected
The UK is set to enter recession this year, but now the Bank of England has stated it will be "shorter" and "less severe" than previously expected.
US shoots down Chinese surveillance balloon, threatening further diplomatic tensions.
Floating over North America, a mysterious white balloon following the wind from the Pacific raised suspicions – and more than a few eyebrows – before it was shot down by the US military on the 4th of February. The decision to shoot the object down had been approved by President …
Nadhim Zahawi sacked over tax affairs- February 6th
Nadhim Zahawi was sacked by Rishi Sunak on Sunday (29th January) following revelations about his tax affairs not having been up to date when he became Chancellor following Sunak’s resignation from the position last July. Rishi Sunak commissioned a report by his new ethics advisor (Sir Laurie Magnus) following growing …
Hancock defends post-I'm a celeb donations
Matt Hancock has defended his I’m a celebrity stint saying that his £320,000 pay wasn’t “primarily” about the money. The total – which he donated to charities following his payday – was £10,000. 3% of his total fee. He defended it as a “decent sum” following his promises to donate …
Swansea Airport to open in the Spring
For the first time since 2004, passenger flights will depart from Swansea Airport in the Spring, providing a direct route between Swansea and Exeter.
The Eco-Hypocrisy of F1
When F1 announced its pledge to become net-zero carbon by 2030, fans and critics alike couldn't help but applaud the move and the steps being taken by the sport to become more sustainable.
Government blocks Scottish legislation in unprecedented move
The UK government has announced that it will block the Scottish Gender Recognition Bill from being passed into law using Section 35 for the first time since Scottish Devolution came about, citing possible adverse impacts on the 2010 Equality Act. On Tuesday, MPs debated the use of Section 35 by …
World Cup Heartbreak for Wales
After an underwhelming first two matches for Wales, their World Cup dreams hung in the balance ahead of the final group stage game against England.
Wales 23-55 New Zealand: All Blacks dominate campaign opening match
Wales' wait for their first win against New Zealand since 1953 continues as the All Blacks triumphed in the Principality Stadium in the first of the Autumn Nations Series.