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Cardiff Council is looking to become one of the first local authorities in Wales to shape domiciliary care to fit the Welsh Government's new plan for health and social care in Wales.
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Cardiff Council in partnership with Vale of Glamorgan Council and Cadwyn Housing Association is appealing for donations of ladies shoes, sized ten and above.
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This August bank holiday you can expect three, absolute jam-packed days of sporting action, music and family fun for everyone as Cardiff Harbour Festival hosts Extreme Sailing Series™ returns to the Bay.
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Next month, men of all ages and from all walks of life will proudly don a pair of women's shoes and descend on the Welsh capital to show their support for the campaign to eradicate violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
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The city's newest hub bringing services and facilities to the heart of the community, opens next week, Monday, August 20th at 9am. The new Hub on Crickhowell Road, St Mellons will open six days a week and will provide a wider range of services and better
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Cardiff Council's annual survey giving residents the chance to share their experiences of public services has launched.
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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Public Ballot opened today (Wednesday, 1 August) at 10am (BST), when ticket applications were opened to all members of the public, backed by a major marketing and PR campaign, welcomingly called Are you in?.
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Cardiff Council in partnership with the Vale of Glamorgan has this week received the Regional White Ribbon Award for its commitment to end violence against women.
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Viridor’s Trident Park Energy Recovery Facility and Cardiff Council are helping pupils at 98 Cardiff primary schools learn more about protecting marine wildlife by keeping plastic out of our oceans.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet is to consider plans to bring short-break care provision at its Tŷ Storrie children's home in-house.
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A free family fun day is to be held this Saturday at The Cardiff Story Museum, as part of the nationwide Great Get Together.
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Looked after children and young people leaving council care in Cardiff now have a greater chance of securing the career they want, thanks to the Bright Start traineeship scheme.
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Over 200 primary school children in Cardiff help give nature a home as part of RSPB Cymru's Wild Walkabout
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Plans on how the Council would implement a proposed Welsh Government scheme to provide eligible working parents of three and four-year-olds in the city with 30 hours of free early years education and childcare have been approved by Cabinet.
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Plans on how to introduce a Welsh Government scheme providing eligible working parents of three and four-year-olds in the city with 30 hours of free early years education and childcare will be discussed next week.
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School's out for Easter but parents shouldn't fret, there is plenty going on in the Welsh Capital to keep the children amused, rain or shine. Here is our round up of what's on this Easter.