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Cardiff Council's Cabinet is to consider recommendations to simplify the way school admissions are dealt with in the city.
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09/03/18 - Pika the bunch!
Many of our apprentices go on to secure full time employment. One of these is Sam Pika. Sam started almost 13 years ago on The School Leavers scheme and now works Responsive Repairs Unit within Communities, Housing & Customer Services. Talking about why
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Cardiff Council’s business plan for delivering housing services over the next year will be considered by Cabinet next week.
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A £10m bid to help boost regeneration and invest in local communities is being put together by Cardiff Council.
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An important aspect of Fairtrade is showing future generations the benefits of buying Fairtrade. In all our schools since 2006, we have only served students Fairtrade bananas. The coffee, tea, chocolate, sugar sticks, orange juice, cookies and various s
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Essential work has been carried out to restore and refurbish Rumney War Memorial, bringing the monument back to its former condition.
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Across the country people are celebrating National Apprenticeship week. One of the ways people are doing so is highlighting the accomplishments and accolades apprentices have achieved. Two of apprentices are being recognised themselves in the form of nat
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The Quality Skills Alliance, which celebrates the success and achievements of apprentices and their employer's, has awarded Cardiff Council's Waste Management with two accolades at this year's prestigious awards.
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A letting agent has been prosecuted for the first time in Cardiff for failing to manage a rented property to the required legal standards putting tenant’s lives in danger.
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Work to create a brand new play facility for children in Llanedeyrn has been completed.
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Hackney carriage fares in Cardiff will increase on 12th March 2018.
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Wales will be taking on Italy in the Natwest 6 Nations at Principality Stadium on Sunday March 11th.
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In the face of freezing wind and rain, blizzards and drifting snow, Cardiff Council staff worked around the clock in response to the severe weather conditions, keeping people safe and enabling the emergency services to function.
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A new £11m coastal defence scheme designed to help protect east Cardiff from flooding will be discussed by the Council’s Cabinet on Thursday, March 15th.
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Proposals for a new cemetery in the north of the city which could provide a long-term solution to Cardiff’s burial space shortage will be discussed by the Council’s Cabinet on Thursday 15th, March.
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Here is the latest news on the roads, the weather, school openings and waste collections as the snow begins to melt and things begin to get back to normal. That’s all from the Council for tonight we will be back with you tomorrow morning.