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Questions and answers on the one-off garden waste collections during May
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Households across Cardiff will receive a one-off green garden waste collection in May, Cardiff Council has announced.
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A new charity has been established to fundraise and provide additional support for the dogs being looked after at Cardiff Dogs Home and promote responsible dog ownership and humane behaviour towards dogs.
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We appreciate that there have been a lot of changes to how we operate our waste and recycling services at this time.
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Cardiff’s parks were generally quiet this weekend with the majority of people observing social distancing requirements.
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Your collection day will remain the same during Easter this year, but collection times may change so please ensure your waste is out by 6am.
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Four Cardiff cemeteries are to be temporarily closed to the public, unless they are attending a funeral, following a weekend which saw large numbers of people visiting the sites and failing to adhere to government instructions on social distancing.
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Following the Prime Minister's address to the nation, Cardiff Council has introduced limits on the number of people attending funerals and wedding services have been cancelled to help slow the transmission of COVID-19.
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Our Pink Sticker scheme launched last week and just over 4,000 incidents of contaminated green bags or compost bins were found.
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Two city centre reservoirs, which are currently undergoing major restoration work, have secured a financial boost to support the ecological resilience of the site whilst reconnecting people with the well-loved area creating a future hub for health and we
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Have you heard about our Pink Stickers?
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How do you eat yours? With lemon and sugar? Banana and chocolate spread? Maybe you opt for savoury over sweet?
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Picture the scene, you’re standing in front of your green recycling bag holding something in your hand.
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Today, Tuesday 28 January 2019, Cardiff Council officially launched the School Active Travel Plan programme.
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Cardiff is one of Britain’s leading major city for recycling with rates at over 59%* but we still have some work to do to meet this year’s target of 64% as set by Welsh Government.
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After Christmas, we’re all left with a pile of used batteries from children’s toys, new gadgets and – if you’ve overdone the Christmas specials - the remote control.