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Cardiff Council is pleased to welcome Penny Bowers as volunteer ambassador for the Leave Only Pawprints campaign, a friendly, non-confrontational way to tackle attitudes and behaviours around dog fouling.
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A redevelopment programme which will repair and renovate Roath Park House will commence on Monday, 2nd September 2019.
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Flat Holm has become the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status. The ‘Bee Friendly' scheme, which aims to make Wales the first pollinator-friendly nation in the world, has four priorities.
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Biodiversity is getting a boost at Forest Farm following a successful bid for funding that will see a range of habitats at the popular nature reserve enhanced and restored.
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Beware waste cowboys offering illegal disposal services across Cardiff which sees fly-tipped material the size of three Tyrannosaurus Rex left on the city's streets every week, costing tax-payers thousands in clean-ups, residents are being warned.
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New plans have been revealed which could see waste collections introduced across Cardiff on Bank Holiday Mondays.
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Some of Cardiff’s major landmark buildings will be turning out the lights this Saturday as part of WWF Earth Hour.
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Do It for Cardiff and for Wales! Cardiff residents are doing it in the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and even in the garden - most of our residents do IT every day and IT is now a BIG part of our lives.
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Cardiff’s Environmental Scrutiny Committee will receive a draft report on ‘Litter & Fly Tipping in Cardiff’ at its meeting on Monday 18th February.
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Waste Education Officers will be checking bagged waste brought to general waste skips at recycling centres to ensure that all recyclable material is removed before the skip is used.
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An upcycling facility to repair and then sell high value goods at one of the city’s recycling centres has received financial backing following an internal competition for Cardiff Council staff.
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Cardiff’s Economy & Culture and Environmental Scrutiny Committees will be scrutinising the Council’s recent proposals and consultation exercise on dog controls at a meeting on Monday 19th November 2018.
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Finding ways to dramatically cut the use of single use plastics across the city will be the topic of debate at Cardiff Council's Cabinet meeting on Thursday 15, November.
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Cardiff school children are being inspired by science whilst supporting cutting edge research into how the pollination of certain plants, could lead to the development of drugs to treat serious medical conditions.
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Cardiff Council has installed five special cigarette butt bins designed to ballot smokers as part of the ‘Love Where You Live’ campaign.
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1 Why is planning permission given to so many new student accommodation projects? Although the numbers have slowed in recent years, the number of students enrolling in Cardiff University and Cardiff Met alone have increased by 35% over the last 15 years.