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With a sell-out crowd, Wales will be taking on France on Saturday February 22nd at the Principality Stadium.
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Taxi fares in Cardiff could increase if a proposal by Dragon Taxis gets the go-ahead.
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The direction for the development of community hubs and libraries in Cardiff has been revealed, to ensure the service continues to meet customers' needs over the next five years.
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Our teams have been out all weekend on gully and culvert clearance to help ensure residents and property are protected from the possibility of flooding due to Storm Dennis.
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A budget designed to protect and enhance opportunities for future generations, help tackle the Climate Emergency and set Wales' capital city on the path to becoming a carbon free city has been proposed by Cardiff Council.
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A project which uses boxing as a way to promote positive mental health and well-being among young black and minority ethnic (BAME) males has been celebrated in Cardiff.
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Oakfield Primary School in St Mellons has achieved ‘excellent' in three of the five categories looked at by ESTYN, the Education inspectorate for Wales, and ‘good' in the two other areas.
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Bryn Deri Primary School in Radyr has achieved ‘good' across the board during a recent inspection by Estyn, the Education Inspectorate for Wales.
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Picture the scene, you’re standing in front of your green recycling bag holding something in your hand.
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Six rising stars of Cardiff’s music scene have been picked to battle it out at the Big Gig final, in front of a panel of influential industry judges.
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St David's Church in Wales Primary School in Pentwyn has been rated ‘good' in all five categories looked at by Estyn, the Education Inspectorate for Wales.
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Cardiff has written a joint letter with French city Nantes to celebrate their friendship and twin city status on the eve of Brexit.
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The number of people sleeping rough in Cardiff has fallen to a six-year low.
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Crime, comedy, science and nature are all on the reading list at the award-winning Cardiff Children's Literature Festival, which is back in April, with a twist.
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Two brothers from Cardiff have been sent to prison for four months each, after both of them were found guilty of four counts of contempt of court relating to false claims arising from a road traffic incident which happened in 2014.
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Pawel Czerwinski, 33, from Deere Road, Cardiff, has been banned from keeping dogs for two years following a court hearing at Cardiff Magistrates Court last Friday, January 24.