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The Love Where You Live Campaign has now been rolled out city wide, targeting areas in wards across the city which are in need of a deep clean.
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Cardiff Council has won top prize at the Co-operative Council of the Year awards for its collaborative approach to tackling numerous issues in the city.
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Cardiff residents have a new way of connecting digitally with the council following the launch of the ‘Cardiff Gov' App.
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Cardiff's big names from business, arts and culture are visiting schools for a second week, speaking to the children about career opportunities in the city.
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More than 140 men and women from Grangetown have been honoured 100 years after they lost their lives during World War One.
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Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, said: “I am proud of the action my administration has taken to promote music in Cardiff, from intervening to help save Womanby St, to the commissioning of a new Music Strategy. Whilst recognising the Council’s
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Mr Keith Trickett of Y Rhodfa in Barry has been fined £750, ordered to pay court costs of £607 and a £30 victim surcharge after appearing at Cardiff Magistrates Court for failing to register and apply for a landlord licence with Rent Smart Wales.
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New cameras will enforce three yellow box junctions, a further bus lane and a no entry point and fixed penalty notices will be issued against drivers that breach the rules from June 25th.
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A free family fun day is to be held this Saturday at The Cardiff Story Museum, as part of the nationwide Great Get Together.
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Students are being asked to think ahead before they leave their rented property this summer.
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The noble art of jousting comes to Cardiff Castle this weekend when the Knights of Royal England return to the city.
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The Cardiff Triathlon will be taking place in Cardiff Bay this Sunday June 24th.
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Congratulations to the Year 3 pupils and teachers at Allensbank Primary School, winners of this year's Refugee Week school jingle competition.
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Some of the biggest names in business, arts and culture are visiting schools in Cardiff over the next two weeks to speak to children about the career opportunities the city has to offer.
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To coincide with National Bike Week, the Council is consulting with residents in Cardiff, asking for their views on roads which are well used by cyclists in the city which are in need of repair.
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Ed Sheeran will be playing in Cardiff for a record breaking four nights running - with the first event starting on Thursday June 21st and the last gig taking place on Sunday June 24th.