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Buses every 15 mins From Hemmingway Road to Canal Street and return from Canal Street to County Hall.
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Music tuition in schools is set to recommence this month following its temporary withdrawal due to COVID-19.
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Cardiff Music Board has issued a warning of ‘serious consequences’ for the future of live music in Cardiff if additional funds are not made available by central Government.
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Crime, comedy, science and nature are all on the reading list at the award-winning Cardiff Children's Literature Festival, which is back in April, with a twist.
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You may have barely packed away the pumpkins but it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!
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A parade to celebrate 70 years of Welsh-medium education in Cardiff will march through the city centre on its way to Cardiff Castle and the city's free, family friendly Welsh language arts and culture festival, Tafwyl.
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The Urdd National Eisteddfod takes place in Cardiff Bay from 27 May - 1 June.
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Today, Friday May 17, 2019, Dame Shirley Bassey DBE accepted the honour of the Freedom of the City and County of Cardiff.
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A contestant from BBC One's The Greatest Dancer will make a special visit to Woodlands High School later this month at one pupil's remarkable request.
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The official start to Christmas in Cardiff begins on Thursday 15, November as the city's impressive calendar of festivities explodes onto the streets with Step into Christmas.
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The seventh Cardiff Children's Literature festival gets off to mischievous start this December as David Baddiel comes to Cardiff.
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It's a frightfully awesome October half-term in Cardiff, here's what's going on.
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Cardiff is one of nine creative clusters in the UK awarded research funding.
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A call has been made to hold the National Eisteddfod every five years in the Welsh capital.
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An announcement has been made by Channel 4 that Cardiff's bid to secure the broadcaster's new national headquarters has been shortlisted.
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Cardiff will host next year's Creative Cities Convention after the capital's successful pitch beat Bristol and Glasgow to land one of the UK's leading media conferences.