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Wales is taking on Spain on Thursday October 11th and on grounds of public safety, there will be a partial road closure in the city centre from 5.30pm.
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The Council is consulting on a proposal to designate Guildford Crescent as a conservation area. There are 27 existing conservation areas in Cardiff which play an important role in protecting the city’s heritage.
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Pupils from Thornhill Primary School have worked with local senior citizens to create a choral composition marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.
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Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, shares the steps Cardiff Council is taking as it works towards international recognition by Unicef as one of the UK's first Child Friendly Cities
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Cardiff Council is to receive an additional £3.85m from Welsh Government to go towards funding the city's plans for the continuing expansion of Welsh-medium education provision. 
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Labour shortages, disruption to supply chains, increased pressure on advice services and funding arrangement reforms are some of the potential implications of a ‘No Deal' Brexit for Cardiff.
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Six infrared cameras are now operating in Cardiff to catch people fly tipping waste.
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Today’s news that the tolls on the Severn Bridge and the Prince of Wales Bridge will be lifted on December 17 this year has been positively received by Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Half Marathon will take place on October 7th and with 25,000 people expected to take part in the event, Cardiff is expected to be exceptionally busy.
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17,000 households will be taking part in a separate glass recycling scheme in a bid to increase the quality of the material collected and improve the markets for reuse.
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Today record numbers of men proudly walked a mile in women's shoes to show their support for White Ribbon, the campaign to eradicate violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
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The development of affordable housing in Cardiff goes from strength to strength as the Council works towards delivering 2,000 new council homes in the city.
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1 Why is planning permission given to so many new student accommodation projects? Although the numbers have slowed in recent years, the number of students enrolling in Cardiff University and Cardiff Met alone have increased by 35% over the last 15 years.
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The LDP sets out the planning policies and identifies areas for future development. The larger of these areas are known as ‘strategic sites’ and there has been interest on all of these sites which is very encouraging.
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Two residents of the city's Ty Tresillian homeless hostel have been selected to represent Wales at the Homeless World Cup in Mexico later this year.
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A project which seeks to re-engage Cardiff with Flat Holm has secured phase 1 grant funding towards the proposed £1.3m development of the Island.