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Cardiff Council's Cabinet is to consider plans to bring short-break care provision at its Tŷ Storrie children's home in-house.
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A new short film, Boombox Caerdydd, featuring the people of Cardiff dancing in their favourite green space in the city, has its premiere in the capital this month.
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The Summer Reading Challenge is back in Cardiff libraries and hubs and young readers across the city are encouraged to make mischief as part of this year’s challenge.
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The Velothon is returning to the streets of South East Wales on July 8th.
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An online video made by pupils at Radnor Primary School in Canton celebrating car-free day has won a city-wide competition.
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Representatives from local authorities in Wales, Germany and Slovakia have visited Cardiff to discuss plans to roll out a project first piloted in the Welsh capital to tackle extremism and radicalisation.
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Failing to provide information requested for the Rent Smart Wales registration and licensing process has serious consequences, as one Cardiff landlord found out this week.
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Plans to expand and adapt additional learning needs provision in Cardiff are now one step closer after no concerns were raised during both the public consultation and statutory notices period.
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The Love Where You Live Campaign has now been rolled out city wide, targeting areas in wards across the city which are in need of a deep clean.
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Cardiff Council has won top prize at the Co-operative Council of the Year awards for its collaborative approach to tackling numerous issues in the city.
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Cardiff residents have a new way of connecting digitally with the council following the launch of the ‘Cardiff Gov' App.
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Cardiff's big names from business, arts and culture are visiting schools for a second week, speaking to the children about career opportunities in the city.
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More than 140 men and women from Grangetown have been honoured 100 years after they lost their lives during World War One.
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Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, said: “I am proud of the action my administration has taken to promote music in Cardiff, from intervening to help save Womanby St, to the commissioning of a new Music Strategy. Whilst recognising the Council’s
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Mr Keith Trickett of Y Rhodfa in Barry has been fined £750, ordered to pay court costs of £607 and a £30 victim surcharge after appearing at Cardiff Magistrates Court for failing to register and apply for a landlord licence with Rent Smart Wales.
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New cameras will enforce three yellow box junctions, a further bus lane and a no entry point and fixed penalty notices will be issued against drivers that breach the rules from June 25th.