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Dealing with COVID-19 has cost Cardiff Council £39m in the first four months of the financial year.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will note that the Welsh Minister for Education has approved proposals relating to the redevelopment of Cantonian High School, Riverbank Special School and Woodlands High School when it meets on Thursday 17, September 2020.
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Licensing officers from the Shared Regulatory Services will be carrying out compliance checks at all city centre venues tonight and over the weekend.
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The redevelopment of a large strategic brownfield city centre site, which would see more than 2,000 new homes built in the heart of Cardiff, is set to take a major step forward this month.
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Banners and flags paying tribute to the city’s social care workers, who have helped care for vulnerable people during the pandemic, have been installed at Cardiff Castle.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the Cardiff and the Vale plan to prevent COVID-19 transmission; some Roath Park Primary School and Ysgol Bro Edern pupils asked to self-isolate; and COVID-19 safety improvement notices issued...
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A plan has been published detailing how Cardiff and Vale University Heath Board, Cardiff Council and the Vale of Glamorgan Council will continue to work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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60 pupils at Roath Park Primary School have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a Covid-19 case at the school.
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Five popular bars in Cardiff centre were served with improvement notices by officers from the Shared Regulatory Service this weekend for failing to comply with Covid-19 health and safety measures set out by Welsh Government.
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30 pupils at Ysgol Bro Edern have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a Covid-19 case at the school on Sunday (6th September).
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500,000 technology boost for Cardiff Council creative industry plans, Schools in Cardiff welcomed many of their pupils back last week and many more will return this week, Changes to your local Recycling Centres, All play areas in Cardiff that have passed
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: The re-opening of schools, road closures to promote social distancing and encourage active travel as pupils return to school, changes to local Recycling Centres and three more playgro
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All children’s play areas in Cardiff that have passed safety inspections are now re-open.
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Two new digital books to help children and families learn more about Coronavirus are now available through the medium of Welsh, thanks to Cardiff Hubs & Libraries service and the Council’s Bilingual Cardiff team.
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The Council is planning to implement ‘School Street' road closures to help pupils and families maintain social distancing when schools return for the Autumn term.
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Welcome to the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: A £500,000 technology boost for Cardiff Council creative industry plans, Extinction Rebellion in Cardiff and 70,000 face masks for distribution to secondary schools in Cardiff for the start of