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Cllr Jane Henshaw has officially taken up her role as Cardiff new Lord Mayor.
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The housing emergency in Cardiff continues and the need for more permanent and temporary affordable housing remains an urgent and pressing issue.
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A team of pupils from Woodlands High School have been crowned the ALN (Additional Learning Needs) Minecraft Esports Champions of South Wales after a close competition held at the Principality Stadium.
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New guide to help reduce the risk of dementia; Cardiff Lord Mayor reflects on 'busy and delightful' year in office; Cardiff foster carer shares family recipe in new celeb-backed cookbook; Discover your inner Robinson Crusoe with a visit to Flat Holm
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The demolition site at the former HMRC office buildings in Tŷ Glas Llanishen, is providing children from local schools with a unique opportunity to learn about and experience the live demolition process.
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Cathays High School has been crowned the champion of the Debate Mate Cup for 2024, after beating the defending champions of the last two years, Willows High School.
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In a street just off Cardiff’s bustling City Road a group of people wait patiently in the drizzle, outside an unassuming building. It’s ten minutes before the door opens, they’re handed a ticket, and they file in to do their weekly shopping
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With around 270 official engagements under her belt, including tree-planting ceremonies, charity fund-raisers, Royal salutes and school visits, no-one can say Bablin Molik has spent the past year as Cardiff's Lord Mayor twiddling her thumbs.
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Cardiff Music Board are seeking three new members to help develop and support the city’s music scene.
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Promising growth of Welsh language within Council workforce; Discover your inner Robinson Crusoe with a visit to Flat Holm; New guide to help reduce the risk of dementia; and more
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The number of staff with Welsh language skills working for Cardiff Council has leapt by more than a third in the past year.
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Grant support to improve community buildings; New trail exploring the history of Cardiff's Dock Feeder Canal; Green lit plans for a new Willows High School; Rugby Codebreakers statue wins Sporting Heritage Award
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If you've ever had the urge to explore a beautiful island, get back to nature and discover your inner Robinson Crusoe you now have the chance – and it's just five miles off the coast of Cardiff.
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A new resource to help residents in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan understand how to reduce their likelihood of developing dementia has been launched today, during Dementia Action Week.
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Applications for grant funding to support voluntary-sector community organisations to improve their community buildings are now being invited.
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: Action plan designed by the local community for Ely and Caerau revealed; A new investment strategy for Cardiff schools; Child Protection review acknowledges strengths; Council helps city cricket club bounce back