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Applications for 2024 nursery places now open; Civic leaders mark Holocaust Memorial Day at solemn ceremony; New chair announced to explore tidal energy potential in the Severn Estuary...
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Religious and political leaders gathered in Cardiff this morning to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, the international commemoration to remember the millions who died in the Holocaust and in subsequent genocides around the world.
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Public asked for views on new parking plan for Cardiff; Energy saving retrofit programme to save money and reduce carbon emissions; Trelai Primary School celebrates positive evaluation from Estyn; The Motocross track helping young people...
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Pupils inspired by hottest Welsh music acts performing at their school; Cardiff Youth Service receives prestigious recognition; Public asked for views on new parking plan, and more.
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A six-week public consultation on a new on-street parking scheme for Cardiff has been given the go-ahead and will launch early this year, following Cardiff Council’s Cabinet meeting on Thursday, January 18th.
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The music scene in Cardiff is vibrant, with the city the location for exciting festivals and scores of venues, recording studios and rehearsal rooms catering to every musical style – from classical to jazz, hip-hop and electronica.
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Latest proposals for primary school provision in parts of north #Cardiff; Foster carer stories in new campaign; A £1.8m programme to reduce our carbon emissions; Strategy to enhance public engagement with the Council
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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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Bringing Science to life at Howardian Primary School; Young mechanics a real driving force in transport depot; Primary school provision in Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd Plans to be renewed; and more...
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Forty projects set to receive funding under the Shared Prosperity Fund; Atlantic Wharf Redevelopment Takes a Step Forward; Six new skateparks proposed for Cardiff; Young mechanics a real driving force in transport
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James Jelinski, 23, and Megan Colwill, 24, are the latest fresh-faced recruits to the Council’s Central Transport Services department and they are living proof of how the world of motor mechanics is changing.
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Cardiff Council has published the results of a comprehensive review into how it engages with the public and ensures their views are taken into account in the decision-making process.
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New campaign aims to inspire people from all walks of life to consider fostering with their local council.
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Cardiff residents are being urged to take part in a far-reaching budget consultation which could see services cut and charges increased as the council looks to find £30.5m to balance the books in 2024/25 amidst a public sector funding crisis.
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What's a budget gap? Why is the Council Facing a Budget Gap? How we propose to close the Gap
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Some waste collections in Cardiff are likely to be impacted following Unite’s decision to strike between Thursday, December 28, and Thursday, January 25.