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One of the most innovative housing developments in Cardiff is nearing completion on the site of the former Eastern High School in Rumney.
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Cardiff Council’s commitment to paying its employees the Living Wage and encouraging employers to follow suit has earned a national honour for the Living Wage City Partnership.
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Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff Council, has presented his administration’s new Programme for Government to a gathering of more than 100 business, civic and public sector leaders
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Rising costs in energy, food and services mean that Cardiff Council is facing a £29m shortfall in its budget for 2023-24, a new report has warned.
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With petrol prices set to hit £2 a litre, food inflation predicted to reach a 20-year high of 11% this summer and gas and electricity bills rocketing, the UK is facing a cost of living crisis.
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Cardiff Council’s aim to enable all premises in the city to access fast, reliable broadband has received a major funding boost from the Welsh Government.
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With petrol prices set to hit £2 a litre, food inflation predicted to reach a 20-year high of 11% this summer and gas and electricity bills rocketing, the UK is facing a cost of living crisis
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The creation of a statue to Cardiff Bay’s legendary rugby ‘codebreakers’, who left a lasting legacy on the world of rugby league, has taken a major step forward in its fundraising campaign
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A commitment to pay its employees the Living Wage and encourage employers across the city to do the same has earned Cardiff Council a nomination for a national honour.
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Cardiff has emerged as one of the best cities in the UK in which to live and work, according to an influential new report.
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Charlie, a young entrepreneur from Cardiff has successfully set up his own vehicle valeting business alongside his A-Level studies at Llanishen High School.
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The award-wining procurement team at Cardiff Council has joined forces with Monmouthshire County Council (MCC) in a collaborative venture which will see the Cardiff authority manage MCC's procurement operations and functions for the next three years.
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A series of proposals designed to boost Cardiff's economy and improve the lives of residents as Wales comes out of lockdown have been revealed by Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Council needs to find £16.4m to balance the books in 2021/22 and city residents are being asked for their views on the council's priorities for setting its budget for the year ahead.
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Grants are available for small businesses that face operational and financial challenges caused by the fire-break lockdown.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will be updated on progress made in relation to the Mutual Investment Model (MIM) to support the delivery of Cardiff's Band B 21st Century Schools Programme, when it meets on Thursday 16, July.