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Plans for innovative housing solutions to help tackle the growing need for good quality, affordable homes in the city have been awarded Welsh Government funding.
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Cardiff Council has installed five special cigarette butt bins designed to ballot smokers as part of the ‘Love Where You Live’ campaign.
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A staggering 96% of all the waste that was thrown away at the Cardiff University Half Marathon has been recycled.
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Alvin George Chisholm from Avondale Road in Grangetown pleaded guilty yesterday (October 11th) to 12 charges at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court for a string of offences
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Events designed to showcase the political process in Cardiff and increase engagement are planned as part of Local Democracy Week.
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This month is Black History Month, a time to reflect on Black history and learn from the past, to improve the future
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Cardiff Council has welcomed the news that the Welsh capital will host the 2019 Homeless World Cup.
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12/10/18 - Share a Life
A two-year arts project focussing on the lives of homeless people in Cardiff that aims to break down some of the barriers they face was launched today.
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The completion of the award winning Greener Grangetown project was marked by Welsh Government Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn today.
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Cardiff Libraries and Hubs are joining libraries across the UK to mark Libraries Week, the annual celebration of these much-loved facilities.
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The glass recycling pilot scheme begins this Monday, in a bid to improve the quality of the recycling collected.
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Wales is taking on Spain on Thursday October 11th and on grounds of public safety, there will be a partial road closure in the city centre from 5.30pm.
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The Council is consulting on a proposal to designate Guildford Crescent as a conservation area. There are 27 existing conservation areas in Cardiff which play an important role in protecting the city’s heritage.
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Pupils from Thornhill Primary School have worked with local senior citizens to create a choral composition marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.
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Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, shares the steps Cardiff Council is taking as it works towards international recognition by Unicef as one of the UK's first Child Friendly Cities
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Cardiff Council is to receive an additional £3.85m from Welsh Government to go towards funding the city's plans for the continuing expansion of Welsh-medium education provision.