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Play areas in Cardiff Council's parks are to close with immediate effect.
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Parents across Cardiff are being asked to keep their children at home - if they can - as new childcare arrangements for the children of key workers prepare to open in the city.
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Cardiff Council is closing Heath Park Car Park to the public in order to provide free parking there for doctors, nurses and other vital NHS staff.
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Together For Cardiff has been launched today in a bid to unlock the volunteering potential across the city as residents look to support each other during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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The Welsh Government has directed schools to close for statutory education from today (Friday 20 March, 2020), as part of the Government efforts to reduce of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Cardiff has developed a revised solution to support this goal
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This latest update covers schools, the volunteering portal, and support for businesses.
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Cardiff Council Leader Huw Thomas has called on UK Government to put in place a national solution to help anyone who is struggling to pay their council tax because COVID-19 has affected their ability to do paid work.
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The Council is working on the details of remote educational provision for all children, and arrangements for the children of key workers, vulnerable children, and delivery of free school meals for eligible children. We will release the information as soo
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Cardiff Council has announced changes to a number of its services as it moves towards focussing on delivering essential services to protect the elderly and the most vulnerable in the city during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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As announced yesterday, Cardiff Council has started to introduce changes to its services, reflecting latest Government and Public Health advice on Coranavirus (COVID-19), and to keep members of the public as safe as possible.
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Following the Government's advice on Coronavirus, Cardiff Council is introducing the following changes to help delay the spread of COVID-19, and to prioritise services.
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Cardiff Council’s commitment to tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in problem hotspots throughout the city is underlined in an updated policy on alley gating.
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Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas: "We want to reassure residents that, in collaboration with our partners, all necessary steps will be taken to ensure the wellbeing of our communities.
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Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas said: "A letter from myself and the Chief Executive was sent to council staff this afternoon concerning the planning and preparation that the authority is undertaking in response to the escalation of Novel Coron
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A £17m investment to clad five high-rise blocks of flats in the city will be discussed by Cabinet next week.
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An exciting opportunity to develop new housing around a well-known Cardiff landmark will be considered by Cabinet next week.