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A Planning Application for the new Fitzalan High School has been submitted to Cardiff Council's planning committee.
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St Philip Evans Roman Catholic Primary School in Llanedeyrn, has achieved ‘excellent' in all five areas inspected by Estyn - the highest rating possible.
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Plans to help people who sleep rough into accommodation and support services are in place in the city over the Christmas period and throughout the winter.
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Work to transform two libraries into new wellbeing hubs in the northern part of the city will start in the New Year.
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Sitting in the Bristol Channel, 5 miles off the coast of Cardiff, getting to Flat Holm island has always been a little more challenging than most parts of Cardiff, but a new jetty installed on the island is set to make things much easier.
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Cardiff Winter Wonderland has been applauded for hosting a special event for Cardiff's Looked After Children.
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Cardiff Council has put forward budget proposals for consultation that could see an additional £10.4 million invested in schools and a further £7.2 million for Social Services.
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Plans to deliver improvements to energy efficiency in the poorest performing rented homes in Wales will be considered by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet this week.
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Plans to build 31 brand new apartments in an area of the city with high levels of housing need will be discussed tomorrow.
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Cardiff's new Music Board met for the first time today.
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Is your Christmas tree up yet? Or are you planning to do it this weekend? Maybe you’re a festive fanatic and your tree has been up since November?
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A new bridge and link road, which could significantly reduce congestion and journey times into the city centre from east Cardiff, could be built in Llanrumney if new council plans are given the go-ahead.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet will consider a report on the findings of a public consultation on the Local Toilets Strategy, which sets out proposals to improve access to public toilet facilities at its meeting on December 19.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet has given the go ahead for the Council to purchase the Red Dragon leisure complex in Cardiff Bay to enable plans for a new 15,000-seater indoor arena to take another step forward.
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Reduced air pollution, improved journey times, increased energy efficiency, lower carbon emissions and better social care services are just some of the benefits ‘smart’ digital technology and open data could bring
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Swansea Audio Limited, which is the company behind the Coyote Ugly Saloon bar in Cardiff has been ordered to pay just under £70,000 at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court yesterday for three health and safety offences.