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Cardiff Council has outlined its aim of delivering 2,000 new council homes to help meet increasing demand for quality social housing in the city.
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Lois Driscoll from Gabalfa primary had her haircut at school today, in aid of the Little Princess Trust.
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Fresh sea air, panoramic views and a 10km stretch of flat pathway to walk, run, or cycle across. Along the way enjoy free exhibitions, a kids play park, skate plaza, outdoor gym and even snap a selfie with the Enormous Crocodile.
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The Leader of Cardiff Council and other UK city leaders will meet EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels on Monday, February 19, to discuss post-Brexit relations with Europe.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet has today endorsed the proposed preferred location of Atlantic Wharf for a new 15,000-seat indoor arena.
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Friday, February 16 marks 100 days to go before the Volvo Ocean Race, the world's toughest and most prestigious sailing event, arrives in Cardiff on Sunday May 27 for a 14 day stopover.
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New schools, better roads, a new re-use/recycling centre and a multi-million pound investment in cycling infrastructure are just some of the proposals put forward in Cardiff Council’s budget for 2018/19.
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The need for a new household waste recycling centre (HWRC) in the city has been discussed by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet today.
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A young girl from Gabalfa Primary School in Cardiff is showing her support for The Little Princess Trust by donating 12 inches of her own hair.
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A busy shopping parade in the east of the city has been given a new lease of life thanks to Cardiff Council’s Neighbourhood Renewal Scheme.
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Motorists are being warned that two new banned turns are now being enforced in the city bringing the total of banned turns monitored by number-plate recognition cameras to 14.
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Woodlands High School in Cardiff has been removed from special measures by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
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Improvement works to Llanbleddian Gardens are due to start this week as part of the Cathays Regeneration Project.
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New schools, better roads, a new re-use/recycling centre and a multi-million pound investment in cycling infrastructure are just some of the proposals put forward in Cardiff Council’s budget for 2018/19.
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Atlantic Wharf looks set to be named the preferred location for Cardiff’s planned 15,000-seat indoor arena.
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The need for a new household waste recycling centre (HWRC) in the city will be discussed by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet at its next meeting on Thursday, February 15th.