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• Cardiff Council is facing a budget gap of £32.4m in 2019/20
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Recommendations to apply a 50% council tax premium to long-term empty dwellings will be considered by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet next week.
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The half-term break is approaching fast and if you’re looking for the perfect boredom busters then we have everything from Screen Printing and Circus Skills to Warrior School and Tropical Encounters to keep the kids entertained!
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Two new non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of Cardiff Bus and will take up their roles this week.
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Cardiff Council and the six community councils in the city have reaffirmed their commitment to working together by signing a new charter.
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A council spokesperson said: “Cardiff Council has begun removing abandoned tents in the city centre. “Many of the tents belong to individuals who have taken up offers of accommodation and they have given their consent for their tents to be removed.
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Lansdowne Primary School in Canton has launched a new initiative which gives pupils the opportunity to engage with politics.
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Members of the community are encouraged to have their say on options for the development of two new wellbeing hubs in the northern part of the city.
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Cardiff Hubs and Libraries service is marking Safer Internet Day by teaming up with Google to offer advice and coaching on digital skills to keep people safer online.
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Cardiff Council’s successful Meals on Wheels service is expanding to provide meals to residents in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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A council spokesperson said: “The Council is aware of the growing number of tents in the city and is arranging a meeting with partners including the police, homeless shelters and charities and businesses in the city centre to develop a way forward.
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Adventure, the great outdoors and culture will be the inspiration for budding young gardeners in this year’s RHS Cardiff Schools Wheelbarrow competition.
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The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Dianne Rees has exceeded the £100k fundraising target for her chosen charity, with still four months left in office.
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Council leader Cllr Huw Thomas, said: “This council is committed to supporting live music in the city and it’s important to me that we do everything we can to help venues like Gwdihw, which play a huge part in our city’s thriving independent and cultural
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A Cardiff landlord with 16 properties, each containing a number of flats, in the city has been given a hefty fine for failing to obtain licences to let and manage those properties with Rent Smart Wales.
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Cardiff Council has put forward plans to build an education campus in Fairwater which would deliver new-build education accommodation for three Cardiff Schools.