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The first new modular homes on an innovative development to help tackle the immediate shortage of affordable housing in Cardiff are ready to welcome their new residents.
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Annual monitoring report for the Local Development Plan shows good progress is being made; Renewing and improving primary school provision in Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd; and more...
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St David's Hall temporary closure extended to the New Year; Primary school provision in Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd; Cardiff Council set to agree funding for flagship school project; School governor opportunities
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Cardiff saw more than 1,000 new jobs created and 1,681 new homes built between April 2022 and March 2023 according to a new report which evaluates the progress of the city’s Local Development Plan.
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The outcome of a public consultation on plans to reorganise primary school provision to serve Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd has been published.
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One of Cardiff Council's flagship projects to transform education across the city is set to clear a major hurdle with the approval of funds to begin building the pioneering Fairwater Community Campus.
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This statement provides an update on the current temporary closure of St David's Hall whilst additional checks on the Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) panels in the building are carried out, and whilst the necessary next steps are taken.
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Cardiff Council is looking for school governors from diverse backgrounds with different skills and experience to take up positions on governing bodies across the city and anew campaign has been launched to promote the various opportunities available.
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Euros success - Cardiff to host matches in the 2028 tournament; City Centre safety operation - e-bikes seized and arrests made; Welcome to Ffos y Faendre - new council homes in St Mellons; Flat Holme discovery - rare beetle found on the island
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Cardiff Council Leader, Cllr Huw Thomas has welcomed today’s news that Wales will host matches at the finals of a major senior international football tournament for the first time.
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St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School in Pentwyn has been awarded national recognition for its work to promote health and wellbeing throughout its school community, at the very highest standard.
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A rare species of ‘skin eating’ beetle has been found living a few miles off the coast of Cardiff, on the remote Flat Holm island and scientists believe it could be the last stronghold of the species in the UK.
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Eleven electric bikes were seized and eight arrests were made in Cardiff city centre on Thursday, October 5, as part of a joint operation targeting people riding modified bikes which can reach speeds of more than 40mph.
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New murals inspired by Cardiff's history and musical heritage; Changes to Registration Services in Cardiff; Heritage learning at Cardiff Castle recognised as ‘excellent'; The Prince and Princess of Wales visit Cardiff; and more.
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Registration Services moving - temporary relocation to Glamorgan Archives and Insole Court; New city centre murals - Unify Creative and Wall-Ops transform two Cardiff underpasses; Cardiff Castle success; and more
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A new mural inspired by Cardiff's musical heritage and designed by Unify Creative, the artists behind the ‘Butetown Mona Lisa,' has appeared in a Cardiff city centre underpass that runs beneath Boulevard de Nantes.