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Here is your Friday update, covering: Travel advice for Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band on 5, May in Cardiff; Moorland Primary School celebrates completion of new school development; New wall art for colourful Tudor Street; and more
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A vibrant new mural is the latest addition to the artwork and colourful streetscape of a recently regenerated city centre road.
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Leftfield and Orbital to play Cardiff Music City Festival; ‘No mow' until September for grass at 33 new sites across Cardiff to support nature; Quality of recycling in Cardiff increasing significantly due to the new recycling scheme; and more
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: New funding available to forge community cohesion; ‘No mow' until September for grass at 33 new sites across Cardiff to support nature; Leftfield and Orbital to play Cardiff Music City Festival
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Residents in Cardiff will need to show photographic ID to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner election on May 2.
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Bomb hero honoured on 100th birthday as World War II saviour of City Hall; Pentwyn community gives views on leisure centre plans; Flexible learning opportunities to boost career prospects; New funding available to forge community cohesion; and more
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Bomb hero honoured on 100th birthday as World War II saviour of City Hall; Pentwyn community gives views on leisure centre plans; Flexible learning opportunities to boost career prospects; and more
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Cardiff Council has honoured a man who saved City Hall from destruction when he tackled an incendiary bomb dropped on its roof during a German air raid during World War II.
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Cardiff Council is once again inviting applications from community groups and third sector organisations across the city for grant funding available to help build cohesive and resilient communities.
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New design and build partner set to be appointed for Cardiff Crossrail; First for Cardiff as store caught selling illegal tobacco products is closed down by council; Cardiff's plan to improve key bus routes revealed; and more
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Pierhead Clock restored to its former glory; Live music to provide city soundtrack this weekend; Revised plans for Pentwyn Leisure Centre to be presented to community; and more
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Conversations about how to make Cardiff a more neurodivergent-friendly city began yesterday at a special event at Cardiff City Stadium.
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: A £25m recladding plan for Butetown high-rises; Increasing Additional Learning Needs education; Changes to the school admissions policy; Radyr Rangers to get help to improve facilities
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Plans to help Radyr Rangers improve facilities to be agreed; City-wide plans to increase and realign provision for pupils with Additional Learning Needs; Council publishes revised school admissions policy...
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£1billion investment in delivering affordable homes for Cardiff; Council pledges to combat racial discrimination in the workplace; Travel advice for Wales vs Italy on 16 March in Cardiff; Plans for a ‘Green Paper' into Green Energy investment revealed
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Cardiff Council has become the latest local authority to sign up to UNISON’s anti-racism charter.