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Today is the launch our Child Friendly Cardiff Strategy to coincide with World Children’s Day. Creating a child friendly city and communities is about a genuine and enduring commitment to children’s rights.
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Cardiff Council is making a positive difference to residents’ lives through its effective compliance with the Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS).
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Wales will be taking on Tonga in the third Under Armour Series match at the Principality Stadium this Saturday.
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A nuisance property in Grangetown has been shut down for causing persistent problems in the local community.
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Cardiff’s Economy & Culture and Environmental Scrutiny Committees will be scrutinising the Council’s recent proposals and consultation exercise on dog controls at a meeting on Monday 19th November 2018.
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New streets and future developments in Cardiff should be given names that reflect local heritage, ensuring a historical, cultural and linguistic link to the city.
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The 50% Council Tax discount for unoccupied and unfurnished homes could be removed in Cardiff if a review of current council tax charges is agreed.
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Finding ways to dramatically cut the use of single use plastics across the city will be the topic of debate at Cardiff Council's Cabinet meeting on Thursday 15, November.
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Cardiff is set to benefit from a new fleet of waste management and street cleaning vehicles which will boost recycling rates and help reduce emissions improving air quality in the city.
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Why is the Council considering measures to improve air quality in Cardiff?
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Why is the Council considering measures to improve air quality in Cardiff?
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An independent survey commissioned by the Council to forecast future NO2 pollution levels in the city has identified just one street where EU legal limits are likely to be breached in future years.
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Cardiff’s residents are being urged to take part in a consultation on how the council can bridge a budget gap of £35.2m next year (2019/20).
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1. Cardiff is growing. Over the past decade around 34,600 people have moved here to live and the city’s population is projected to grow by 20% by 2038. In fact, over the next 20 years your capital city is set to see a larger growth in population than all
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The Revenue Budget • The revenue budget is the amount of money the Council has to spend on day-to-day services
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A football team from one of Cardiff’s homeless hostels has been recognised for the spirit in which they play the game.