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Cardiff Council’s aim to enable all premises in the city to access fast, reliable broadband has received a major funding boost from the Welsh Government.
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A project which provides young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) with the support and training necessary so that they can successfully go onto employment has launched in Cardiff.
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Cardiff is the first Welsh city to be named a Tree City of the World in recognition of Cardiff Council's Coed Caerdydd tree-planting programme which aims to increase tree canopy cover in the city to 25% by 2030.
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A Babies Remembrance Service is to be held at 11.30am on June 26 at the ‘Dear Mum’ Garden in Western Cemetery.
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Here is our latest update, covering: tomorrow's launch of Cardiff's Great Get Together, supporting diversity and inclusion; more Schools of Sanctuary announced as we mark Refugee Week 2022; and ‘Sully' honoured by Rugby League World Cup organisers.
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During Refugee Week 20th - 26th June 2022, Cardiff celebrates three of the city's primary schools becoming official Schools of Sanctuary.
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Cardiff Council helps thousands to cope with cost of living increases; Great Get Together in Cardiff to support diversity and inclusion; Grangemoor Park Update, and more
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Here is our latest update, covering: helping to cope with the rising cost of living; an update on the work at Grangemoor Park; Fairwater Campus consultation now open; and details of tomorrow's Forest Farm open day.
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With petrol prices set to hit £2 a litre, food inflation predicted to reach a 20-year high of 11% this summer and gas and electricity bills rocketing, the UK is facing a cost of living crisis
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Cardiff is to celebrate the life and work of murdered MP Jo Cox by staging a Great Get Together in one of the city’s most culturally diverse suburbs
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Works on Grangemoor Park are set to continue until the end of the Year.
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Pond-dipping, bug-hunting and bird-spotting are just some of the nature-based activities on offer at Forest Farm this weekend as its annual Summer Open Day returns to introduce families to some of the wildlife at the 150-acre local nature reserve.
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Here is our latest update, covering: travel advice ahead of this week's Stereophonics and Tom Jones concerts; we're on the look out for role models for children and young people; and the city's Sunflowers bloom with Jane's care and attention.
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Members of the public are invited to share their views on works associated with the establishment of a new joint education campus to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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Stereophonics and Tom Jones will be performing at Principality Stadium on Friday June 17th and Saturday June 18th
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff joining the World Health Organization's Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities; the Council considers Welsh Government plans to improve bus services across Wales and more..