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Cardiff Council’s specialist veteran advice service has helped claim more than £¾ million in benefits and grants for customers so far this year.
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Environment Minister, Lesley Griffiths has awarded Cardiff Council £21m to implement a series of measures to improve air quality after she approved its revised clean air proposals.
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Today, Tuesday 28 January 2019, Cardiff Council officially launched the School Active Travel Plan programme.
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1) Question: Why is Cardiff Council looking at the concept of bringing in a road user charge?
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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.
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2424 capsules of nitrous oxide have been taken off the streets of Cardiff yesterday, through a successful forfeiture order which was granted by Cardiff Magistrates’ Court.
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Cardiff Council is inviting members of the public to have their say on proposals to change the catchment areas of some Welsh-medium primary schools and secondary schools for the 2021/22 school year.
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A recommendation to develop revised proposals for the provision of education places in Adamsdown and Splott, including the plans not to progress with the closure of St Alban’s R.C. Primary School in Tremorfa, have been approved by Cabinet today.
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The federated primary schools of Coryton Primary School in Whitchurch and Tongwynlais Primary School, have launched uniform swop shop's to help families save on uniform costs whilst reducing the impact on the environment.
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Wales will be taking on Italy on Saturday February 1 at the Principality Stadium.
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1) Why is the scheme being implemented?
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Cardiff's Cabinet will meet on Thursday 23 January 2020 to consider the proposal by St Mellons Church in Wales Primary School to relocate and expand the school, at a new site on the new St Edeyrn's development.
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A report which recommends proposals are taken forward to establish new primary school provision to serve parts of north-west Cardiff will be considered by the local authority's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 23, January 2020.
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Cardiff residents are to be given extra help to recycle properly under a new scheme which will let them know when they put out contaminated waste unsuitable for recycling.
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A new vision for the delivery of care at home for adults and children in Cardiff will be considered by Cabinet next week.