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The first major WWE stadium event in the UK for 30 years is to be held in Cardiff, it has been announced today.
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A powerful, immersive art experience that taps into the ‘limitless potential of the human mind’ is coming to Cardiff in May as part of the UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK festival
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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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Cardiff’s iconic Norwegian Church is preparing to reopen as a café, arts centre and music venue next month.
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Radical and wide-ranging plans to transform Cardiff Bay into one of the UK’s leading visitor and tourism destinations will be reviewed this week.
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Two Year 11 pupils from Willows High School have been selected to represent the UK at the World Expo in Dubai next month.
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Wales will be taking on Scotland on Saturday, February 12th at Principality Stadium. With the kick-off taking place at 2.15pm - there will be a full city centre road closure from 10.15am until 6.15pm
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A new, secure indoor bike-parking facility is set to open in Cardiff city centre in early 2022.
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Many of Cardiff's Christmas attractions will close at end of play on Christmas Eve following Welsh Government's announcement that Wales is moving to Alert Level 2.
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On Sunday 5th December, the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay will open for a day full of festive cheer in celebration of a Norwegian style Christmas.
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Please note, there will be a temporary cycle route diversion (in red) from 3pm to 7am on Thursday 25th November to Friday 31st December.
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Cardiff Council's plans to secure the future of the Norwegian Church have taken a step forward following Cabinet approval today.
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We’ve packed away the pumpkins and the Bonfire Night fireworks have fizzled…it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!
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An update on Cardiff Council’s progress in securing the future of the Norwegian Church has been revealed.
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Please be advised, due to ticketed events taking place at Alexandra Head, the Barrage site will be closed to non-ticket holders from the Porth Teigr roundabout to the Penarth end of the Barrage
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The Museum of Cardiff is to re-open, almost 18 months after it closed its doors at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.