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Why is the Council considering measures to improve air quality in Cardiff?
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A £32m plan to reduce dangerous levels of air pollution, cut congestion, improve road networks, public transport and cycling options in the city centre has been drawn up by Cardiff Council.
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Bute Park opened to the public 70 years ago, in spring 1949, and to celebrate the occasion, members of the public are being offered a unique opportunity to find out ‘What’s Behind The Wall?’
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New controls aimed at tackling dog fouling in Cardiff’s public spaces - including £100 fines for dog owners who are found without the means of clearing up after their animal - could come into force before the end of the year.
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12/03/19 - Cycleways FAQs
Cycleways FAQs General Information
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The first separated cycleway will start to be built on Senghennydd Road on March 18th.
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Up to 275,000 people are expected in Cardiff on Saturday, when Wales take on Ireland with hopes of a Grand Slam victory.
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Have you ever considered becoming a Foster Carer? If so our fostering team at Cardiff Council are hosting a special information evening on Monday 18, March between 6pm-8pm at County Hall
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A new scheme to promote period dignity amongst girls and young women in Cardiff, is to be rolled out to primary and secondary schools from spring term 2019.
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Pupils from Ysgol Gynradd Creigiau Primary School have scooped first prize in the Pupil Voice Water Challenge for their ideas to promote water consumption in school.
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As part of a Highway Improvement Scheme, pedestrian facilities on the crossroad between Penline Road; Church Road; Old Church Road and Merthyr Road will be significantly improved.
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Cardiff Council has joined together with the Cardiff & District Hoteliers Association, Cardiff venues which have committed funding to the partnership and For Cardiff to promote the city as a leading destination for business events and conferences.
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Landlords from across South Wales are paying the price for avoiding complying with Rent Smart Wales.
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Counterfeiter, Mark Cody, from Blaenavan Close in St Mellons, pleaded guilty last Friday (February 22nd) at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court to a string of offences relating to his counterfeiting business which he ran from his home.
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Cardiff Council has appointed a new provider to dispose of more than 70,000kg of confidential waste it produces each year.
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The Hollies, a special school for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), has been nominated for a prestigious, mainstream UK-wide award for its film club.