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Welsh Rugby legend Sam Warburton has had many titles in his career – a Grand Slam, the Six Nations, youngest ever World Cup captain – and now he’s retired, Cardiff Dogs Home Ambassador.
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Cardiff COVID-19 cases are on the rise, now standing at 379.1 per 100,000 population - up from the 366.3 figure published yesterday.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff COVID-19 cases and tests, seven days data; vaccination status update; and the Free School Meal options choices available in Cardiff.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council providing a table and map showing Cardiff COVID-19 cases and tests, last seven days data (31 December - 06 January).
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Our teams have been working over the weekend to clear streets of recycling and garden waste and we want to thank you for your patience.
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The news from last week that you might have missed 11/01/21
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: COVID-19 cases and tests; consultation on next year's Council budget; and another 2,340 laptops for pupils in the continued fight against digital deprivation.
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“Following our recent post on Waste and Recycling collections, we want to provide residents with a further update to services.
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Cardiff Council continues its work to address the issue of digital deprivation and over the next few weeks a further 2,340 Chromebook devices will be delivered to schools to assist in the delivery of online and remote learning, whilst schools are closed
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Cardiff Council needs to find £16.4m to balance the books in 2021/22 and city residents are being asked for their views on the council's priorities for setting its budget for the year ahead.
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The north section of Churchill Way will be closed on Monday, January 11th, for up to three weeks so that ground investigation assessments can be carried out underneath the road, as part of the proposed plan to re-open the dock feeder canal.
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The number of COVID-19 cases in Cardiff are extremely high, and Wales remains at Alert Level 4. Stay home, save lives, protect the NHS.
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This time last week, 18.7% of people tested in Cardiff were COVID-19 positive. Today that figure is 25.6%. Stay home, save lives, protect the NHS.
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The council is currently working hard to remove the huge amount of extra recyclable waste which has been created over the Christmas period and we want to apologise to residents for any inconvenience.
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Cases of COVID-19 in Cardiff are still extremely high, and above the Wales-wide figures.
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Coronavirus loves a crowd, stay at home to save lives and together we'll #KeepCardiffSafe.