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A six-week public consultation on a new on-street parking scheme for Cardiff has been given the go-ahead and will launch early this year, following Cardiff Council’s Cabinet meeting on Thursday, January 18th.
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Cardiff scores highly in survey of European cities’, Pupils inspired by hottest Welsh music acts performing at their school, Severn Primary School Receives positive evaluation from Estyn.
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Cardiff Youth Service has been awarded the Quality Mark for Youth Work (QMYW) in Wales, receiving the silver award.
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Wales will be taking on Scotland on Saturday 3 February at Principality Stadium.
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The music scene in Cardiff is vibrant, with the city the location for exciting festivals and scores of venues, recording studios and rehearsal rooms catering to every musical style – from classical to jazz, hip-hop and electronica.
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Latest proposals for primary school provision in parts of north #Cardiff; Foster carer stories in new campaign; A £1.8m programme to reduce our carbon emissions; Strategy to enhance public engagement with the Council
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Trelai Primary School in Caerau, has received a positive assessment from Estyn, His Majesty's Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales.
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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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Severn Primary School in Canton has been commended by Estyn for its commitment to creating a safe, inclusive environment that prepares pupils for active participation in society.
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Bringing Science to life at Howardian Primary School; Young mechanics a real driving force in transport depot; Primary school provision in Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd Plans to be renewed; and more...
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Plans for an initial twenty-three Cardiff Council buildings to benefit from a £1.8 million energy saving retrofit programme that would save money and reduce carbon emissions have been revealed.
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Forty projects set to receive funding under the Shared Prosperity Fund; Atlantic Wharf Redevelopment Takes a Step Forward; Six new skateparks proposed for Cardiff; Young mechanics a real driving force in transport
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As part of their STEM week studies, Year 6 pupils at Howardian Primary School have welcomed the Chief Scientific Advisor for Wales, Professor Jas Pal Badyal FRS.
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James Jelinski, 23, and Megan Colwill, 24, are the latest fresh-faced recruits to the Council’s Central Transport Services department and they are living proof of how the world of motor mechanics is changing.
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A report to Cardiff Council's Cabinet will recommend plans are approved to reorganise primary school provision to serve Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd.
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Mary Immaculate R.C. High School has received high praise following an inspection by Estyn, His Majesty's Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales.