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Cardiff Council’s Meals on Wheels service is launching a seven-days-a-week delivery service later this month.
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The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Councillor Bob Derbyshire has accepted a bronze horseshoe on behalf of the people of Wales to signify the service and sacrifice made by thousands of Welsh horses in the First World War.
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A conference bringing together organisations and individuals keen to help the homeless in Cardiff was held at City Hall yesterday with the aim of channelling support to some of the most vulnerable citizens in a more focused way.
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Cardiff Council’s Meals on Wheels service will deliver to customers over the Easter bank holidays for the first time.
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Fines totalling £3,720 have been handed out to a number of landlords across South Wales for evading compliance with Rent Smart Wales.
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A £10m bid to help boost regeneration and invest in local communities is being put together by Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Council’s business plan for delivering housing services over the next year has been approved by Cabinet today.
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National developer, Wates Residential, has commenced work on its third and fourth sites in Cardiff as part of the Council’s flagship house building programme, Cardiff Living, which will ultimately see the development of 1,500 homes at 40 sites across the
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For the first time, people in Cardiff can now use their contactless debit or credit cards to donate to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as part of new alternative giving scheme, Give DIFFerently.
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A £10m bid to help boost regeneration and invest in local communities is being put together by Cardiff Council.
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Here is the latest news on the roads, the weather, school openings and waste collections as the snow begins to melt and things begin to get back to normal. That’s all from the Council for tonight we will be back with you tomorrow morning.
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Cardiff Council has issued advice to all schools in the city to open tomorrow, Monday, March 5, wherever possible, following last week’s severe weather.
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A heroic Cardiff Council employee has pulled out all the stops to come to the rescue of people stranded in the snow.
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Cardiff Council is urgently appealing to individuals in the city who sleep on the streets to come in and use the wide range of services available.
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The Universal Credit full service arrives in the city next week and Cardiff Council has plans in place to help people affected by the changes.
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Cardiff Council has outlined its aim of delivering 2,000 new council homes to help meet increasing demand for quality social housing in the city.