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This year music has been placed at the heart of the City's Development with the announcement of the Cardiff music strategy and the Council's commitment to help secure the future of live music in Womanby Street. We are therefore pleased to announce the re
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Celebrated authors and illustrators will once again bring a cast of colourful characters and amazing tales to inspire and entertain little literature lovers this spring, as the Cardiff Children's Literature Festival returns to the Welsh capital in April.
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The Council’s in house Enforcement Agents who are responsible for enforcing the payment for parking fines, bus lane infringements and moving traffic contraventions will start using Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) on the 10th February.
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Windsor Clive Primary School in Cardiff is supporting the national campaign to encourage children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness.
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Cardiff Council will mark this year’s LGBT History Month by lighting up City Hall in pink.
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Figures and reaction for Cardiff
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A local organisation with plans to expand its work in the community is set to take over the former Roath Library building.
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A successful partnership service between Cardiff Council, the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is supporting people to maintain their independence and continue living in their own homes.
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Work has begun on two cycling infrastructure pilot schemes as part of Cardiff Council’s plans to put active travel at the heart of the city’s transport policy.
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Wales will be taking on Scotland in the Natwest 6 Nations at Principality Stadium on Saturday February 3rd.
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Landlords in Wales who manage their own properties are being reminded that they must submit their licence application to Rent Smart Wales to avoid prosecution.
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A recommendation to continue the way Cardiff Council purchases domiciliary care has been approved by Cabinet.
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A full city centre road closure will be in place for Anthony Joshua’s heavyweight unification clash against Joseph Parker at Principality Stadium on March 31st
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Cardiff Council is asking people to put forward their views on options to change how the school applications process works in the city, including one option to create feeder primary schools.
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David Rees from Bridge Street, Llandaff, has been found guilty of fly tipping waste and was fined £2,640 at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on January 16th.
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St David's Catholic Sixth Form College is considering changing status to become a Voluntary Aided School, dissolving the College as a ‘designated Further Education Institution.'