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Creating a successful capital city which works for Cardiff's residents and works for Wales is at the heart of a new report which lays out how the Council will deliver on its Capital Ambition vision.
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Cardiff Council’s Meals on Wheels service will deliver to customers over the festive bank holidays for the first time.
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A new website promoting volunteering opportunities in Cardiff will be launched today.
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Councillor Lynda Thorne, Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing, said: “This is a tragic loss of life and our thoughts are with the family at this difficult time. The Police have confirmed that this is a non-suspicious death and we will now have to
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A new community hub, offering more and better services to customers, opens in Llanishen next week.
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A council worker dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of homeless people in the city has been recognised with a Welsh Housing Award for 2017.
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School crossing patrols in Cardiff are getting kitted out with new uniform, thanks to a new deal with local employer, Admiral.
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Students from two Cardiff secondary schools gathered in the County Hall Council Chamber today, Friday November 17, to meet local politicians as part of UK Parliament Week.
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Cardiff Council is to write to Natural Resources Wales to ask for its views on a report into the state of the city’s rivers.
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Cardiff has been awarded the Plaque of Honour by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
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Rent Smart Wales enforcement activity is gathering momentum as the one year anniversary of the registration deadline approaches.
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Llanishen Library will close next week ahead of the library service transferring to a brand new hub in the community.
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How Cardiff Council manages trees on its land will be discussed at a Scrutiny Committee meeting next week.
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The opening ceremony for the 2017 Welsh National Field of Remembrance at Cardiff Castle takes place on Wednesday, November 8.
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Cardiff Council has welcomed news that funding for an innovative project to help people in the most urgent housing need has been secured from Welsh Government.
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A fraudulent tenant who sublet her council home has been handed a community punishment order and ordered to pay back over £800.