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The Cardiff Triathlon will be taking place in Cardiff Bay this Sunday June 24th.
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Congratulations to the Year 3 pupils and teachers at Allensbank Primary School, winners of this year's Refugee Week school jingle competition.
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Some of the biggest names in business, arts and culture are visiting schools in Cardiff over the next two weeks to speak to children about the career opportunities the city has to offer.
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To coincide with National Bike Week, the Council is consulting with residents in Cardiff, asking for their views on roads which are well used by cyclists in the city which are in need of repair.
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Ed Sheeran will be playing in Cardiff for a record breaking four nights running - with the first event starting on Thursday June 21st and the last gig taking place on Sunday June 24th.
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Cardiff residents are to be asked for their views on tackling littering and fly-tipping as part of an extensive study by Members of the Environmental Scrutiny Committee.
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Landlords who ignored Rent Smart Wales requirements are paying the price for their non-compliance.
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A new solar farm which could be built on the old landfill site at Lamby Way and generate 7.5 Mega Watts of green electricity has been given the go ahead.
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The Council is looking at ways to improve the reporting, monitoring, surveillance and action taken against those who fly tip waste in Cardiff.
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The expansion of Adamsdown Primary School in Cardiff has been marked by an official opening of the new extension today.
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Springwood Primary School in Llanedeyrn is celebrating after education watchdog, Estyn rated the school as either Excellent or Good in all the areas inspected - the top ratings possible.
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A special Babies Remembrance Service is to be held at 11.30am on June 24 in the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium.
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The Rolling Stones will be performing at Principality Stadium on Friday June 15th. There will be a partial road closure in the city centre from 5.30pm until 11.30pm to assist with this event.
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An independent review of Cardiff Council’s vision for developing a truly bilingual capital where Welsh is a natural and integral part of the city’s essence has found plans are on track, built on strong foundations and with strong compliance in place.
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Plans for a multi-agency approach to tackling violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan over the next five years have been outlined.
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The Council is looking at ways to improve the reporting, monitoring, surveillance and action taken against those who fly tip waste in Cardiff.