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Here is our latest update, covering: city glows purple to mark Foster Care Fortnight; the immersive art experience everyone is talking about; fun day in the Bay; and coronavirus in numbers.
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Cardiff Council's plans to deliver a series of proposals to expand and improve provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) are progressing.
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Dreamachine, a powerful new immersive experience exploring the limitless potential of the human mind, opens today at the Temple of Peace in Cardiff where it will run until June 18
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Two of Cardiff’s most iconic buildings will be ablaze with colour this month to celebrate the city’s role in Foster Care Fortnight.
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The Local Government Elections Count in Cardiff on Friday May 6, 2022 has now concluded and the results are as follows:
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: if you're a young person in Cardiff, we want to hear about the topics that matter to you; our new pen pal scheme forging friendships across the generations; and coronavirus in numbers.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: meet Nakeisha Sheppard, our first Play Officer Trainee; Mark West reflects on 50 his years in the Parks Department; and coronavirus in numbers.
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The art of letter writing could be considered on the wane in our digital age but not for a group of Cardiff schoolchildren and residents of some of the city’s care homes.
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Cardiff Council wants to hear from Cardiff’s young people on key local topics that matter to them.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: A Welsh Government 20mph pilot scheme in four wards in North Cardiff; a Cardiff Head and Deputy Headteacher scoop prize in National Awards for Wales; an up-and-coming free Dreamachine event & more
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Four wards in Cardiff have been chosen to part of a Welsh Government trial to reduce the national speed limit from 30mph to 20mph in residential areas.
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Lansdowne Primary School Headteacher Michelle Jones and her Deputy Head, Catherine Cooper have won first prize in the St David's Awards, the national awards of Wales.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Maltings Park to temporarily close as upgrade works begin; a reminder of the temporary Rhiwbina Library service changes; and coronavirus in numbers.
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There was a time when we all hoped to be in a job for life but how many can claim today to have worked for the same employer – doing more or less the same tasks – for the past 50 years?
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Maltings Park in Splott will temporarily close to the public from 3rd May 2022 to allow upgrade works to take place.
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Nakeisha Sheppard is certainly someone who enjoys her work but then, as Cardiff Council’s first Play Officer Trainee that’s hardly a surprise.