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A vision for future homelessness services in Cardiff that sets out a new pathway for accommodation and support services in the city has been unveiled.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will be updated on progress made in relation to the Mutual Investment Model (MIM) to support the delivery of Cardiff's Band B 21st Century Schools Programme, when it meets on Thursday 16, July.
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Work has begun to ensure that children's play areas and outdoor fitness equipment in Cardiff's parks are safe to use, following the Welsh Government announcement that they can now re-open to the public.
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Anton Boston, 26, from Ely in Cardiff has been convicted of illegal dog breeding and fraud at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on July 3rd.
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Here is tonight's update from Cardiff Council, covering: reaction to Welsh Government's announcement on school provision from September; outdoor event spaces could be used by businesses looking for socially distanced premises; and a huge thanks to...
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will be updated on progress made in relation to the Mutual Investment Model (MIM) to support the delivery of Cardiff's Band B 21st Century Schools Programme, when it meets on Thursday 16, July.
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Zumba classes in Bute Park, kettle bells on the lawn at Sophia Gardens or choir practice on the Barrage could all be part of your post-lockdown summer - if plans go ahead to open up some of Cardiff’s prime outdoor event spaces to local businesses
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With fortnightly green garden waste collections reinstated from today, we’re almost running the waste and recycling service we offered before the Coronavirus pandemic*.
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In the latest update from Cardiff Council: a further two community Hubs reopening next week; a reminder that garden waste collections returned to normal this week; and "Out of Doors", an exciting new online digital arts festival.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: preparations are underway on Castle Street; a multi-million pound regeneration boost for Tudor Street; public consultation for new Fitzalan high school now open; and ‘Dear ‘Diff Diary'...
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A public consultation for the Planning Application to build a new Fitzalan High School opens today, Tuesday 7, July and members of the public are invited to share their views.
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Children and young people across the city are being encouraged to record their next chapter in The ‘Diff Diaries project - the return to school.
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Cardiff’s Tudor Street is set to benefit from a multi-million pound regeneration programme designed to create an attractive and vibrant shopping area for the local community and visitors to the Riverside area.
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: a child-Friendly version of Cardiff's COVID-19 Recovery Strategy has been produced; how the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service works; a public reminder not to put unwanted kitchen knives in...
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Ask a 9-year-old what they’d like for their birthday or Christmas and their reply is likely to be something tech based or a fun (and inevitably loud!) toy.
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The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (6th July)