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The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Dianne Rees, today presents The Noah's Ark Charity with a cheque for over £200k as a result of money raised during her year in office, the most raised for a Lord Mayor's charity by any other Lord Mayor of Card
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Cardiff Council is backing this year’s Dementia Action Week with a series of events across the city.
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On Friday 31 May, the day before the first ICC Men's Cricket World Cup match at Cardiff Wales stadium, the city is playing host to a unique giant cricket catch relay.
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The second instalment of Cardiff Hubs and Libraries’ Crime and Coffee Festival is on its way.
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Today, Friday May 17, 2019, Dame Shirley Bassey DBE accepted the honour of the Freedom of the City and County of Cardiff.
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A student placement programme within Cardiff Council’s Commissioning and Procurement Team has won a national Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement award for 2019/20.
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Action was taken against WOW Bar following a significant number of complaints about loud amplified music and singing, both late at night and into the early hours of the morning.
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Cardiff council has outlined its delivery plan for 2,000 new council homes over the coming years.
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Welsh Libraries are doing their bit for a happier and healthier Wales with the launch of a new campaign to promote the nation’s wellbeing.
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New temporary accommodation made from shipping containers will soon offer innovative high quality living for homeless families in Cardiff.
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A Cardiff library has been revealed as one of the best providers of kids’ activities in the city by family activity site, Hoop
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This Saturday May 18th, there will be a partial road closure in the city centre from 1.00pm until 7.00pm for the Monster Jam event at Principality Stadium. The main show will start at 3pm and will end at 5pm.
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People who are misusing disability blue badges to park their car are being warned by the Council today, following a number of concerns that have been raised.
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A new solar farm for Cardiff - the size of 20 Principality Stadium pitches - will produce enough Green energy to power approximately 2,900 homes every year for 35 years.
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Plans for 450 new council homes on the edge of Cardiff city centre will take another step forward a report to Cardiff Council’s Cabinet reveals.
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Residential areas across Cardiff are set to benefit from the rollout of 23,750 new LED street lights which will save the council almost half a million pounds in energy costs each year and reduce the authority’s carbon dioxide (Co2) emissions by 836 tonne