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An outdoor table tennis table has been installed in Bute Park in memory of a former Cardiff University student who died suddenly in his sleep at just 29 years old, after going to bed with a fever.
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A series of brand new outdoor storytelling trails located across the city, will begin opening to the public from later this month.
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Plans for Cardiff Blues to run Pentwyn Leisure Centre as a community leisure facility, following an extensive refurbishment that will include a new swimming pool, gym area, 3G pitch and café, have been revealed.
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Cardiff Council will deliver more than 450 scooters and balance bikes to schools and play settings this month, providing increased play opportunities for children who may have missed out during COVID-19 whilst supporting schools to promote active travel.
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From Monday, schools will welcome back children from Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.
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A report has been published of the recent inspection of Cardiff Council's Social Services carried by Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW).
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Every resident and staff member in older people's care homes across Cardiff has received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.
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COVID cases in Cardiff continue to rise. To halt the spread of the virus and to stop the NHS becoming overwhelmed Cardiff and Wales is in a Level 4 lockdown.
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Cardiff and Wales is in a Level 4 lockdown to stop infection rates rising and the NHS becoming overwhelmed.
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Three of the greatest rugby league players in the history of the game - Billy Boston, Gus Risman and Clive Sullivan - have been selected to adorn a statue to commemorate the Cardiff Bay Codebreakers.
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Covid-19 vaccination centres are to be set up in Pentwyn Leisure Centre and the former STAR centre on Splott Road, as part of Cardiff & Vale University Health Board plans to deliver a mass vaccination programme for Cardiff.
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The campaign to mark the achievements of Cardiff Bay's Rugby Codebreakers has attracted public support from The Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP.
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A review of Cardiff’s leisure facilities and operations, provided by social enterprise GLL, is being planned to address the impact of Covid-19.
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A group of individuals from Cardiff's mental health day service have produced an animation that reflects their lived experiences of mental health conditions.
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Cardiff International White Water is reopening to pre-booked visitors from tomorrow, August 19, following the completion of thorough checks and the implementation of measures to ensure customer health and safety.
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Cardiff Martial Arts have moved their range of classes to the temporary outdoor courts in Bute Park near Blackweir changing rooms due to their regular indoor venues being closed due to the pandemic.