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Providing the right support at the right time to assist those threatened with or experiencing homelessness is at the heart of a new strategy to support Cardiff’s vulnerable citizens.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet will consider plans to nominate two of the city’s parks as candidate sites for the Centenary Fields initiative.
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A range of public service partners in the city have come together to address issues around young people’s alcohol consumption in Cardiff.
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The fight for suffrage and the stories of local women involved in the cause will be told at Cardiff libraries and hubs across the city during December.
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• The council helps many people who find themselves homeless and a range of different provision is available, there is no need for anyone to sleep outside.
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Around 250 new trees will be planted in the city this year, including 100 new trees in the city’s parks.
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Cardiff Council is making a positive difference to residents’ lives through its effective compliance with the Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS).
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A nuisance property in Grangetown has been shut down for causing persistent problems in the local community.
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New streets and future developments in Cardiff should be given names that reflect local heritage, ensuring a historical, cultural and linguistic link to the city.
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The 50% Council Tax discount for unoccupied and unfurnished homes could be removed in Cardiff if a review of current council tax charges is agreed.
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Cardiff’s residents are being urged to take part in a consultation on how the council can bridge a budget gap of £35.2m next year (2019/20).
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The Revenue Budget • The revenue budget is the amount of money the Council has to spend on day-to-day services
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A football team from one of Cardiff’s homeless hostels has been recognised for the spirit in which they play the game.
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Wales' national observance of Remembrance Sunday, which is jointly hosted by Cardiff Council, the Welsh Government and in partnership with The Royal British Legion, will take place in Cardiff on Sunday, 11 November 2018.
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The Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, Chief Executive Paul Orders and Trade Union representatives will mark Armistice Day on Monday 12th November by laying wreaths at the Staff Memorial, City Hall as a tribute to all council staff that lost the
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A year-long project bridging the generations to remember local people who served in the Great War culminates with an Armistice Memorial event in Cathays tomorrow.