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A theatre company from Porth will be entertaining visitors to Flat Holm Island with an interactive show that brings the unique heritage of the island to life.
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Improvement works to Ruthin Gardens will start at the end of the month as part of the Cathays Regeneration Project after funding was secured via the Landfill Communities Fund scheme.
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Councillor Ali Ahmed and members of the Muslim community have invited everyone in Cardiff to join them at two special events to celebrate Ramadan Iftar, breaking fast.
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The UEFA Champions League Final attracted the highest ever number of people into Cardiff city centre - smashing the previous record by almost 44,000 people.
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A free family fun day is to be held at The Cardiff Story Museum inspired by MP Jo Cox and her belief that we have more in common.
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An exhibition exploring Cardiff street photography past and present has just opened at the Pierhead building in Cardiff Bay.
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Part of Cardiff Road in Llandaff will be closed on Sunday, June 11, to facilitate resurfacing works as part of the new Churchills housing development.
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A Cardiff window cleaner who sold counterfeit designer goods on his Facebook account has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid work, pay £200 in costs and has had £500 in cash confiscated by city magistrates.
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A special Babies Remembrance Service is to be held at 11.30am on June 25 in the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium.
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Council leader on what the authority does to help the homeless
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Castle Street, Cardiff, will close to traffic from 12 noon tomorrow, Friday 2 June. Organisers have brought forward the planned closure by 12 hours to put in place a barrier system to manage spectator and general public access in the area for the Men’s
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An award ceremony was held at the Mansion House last week to recognise the work done by some of Cardiff’s student and community volunteers.
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A map of the area which will be closed to the public in Bute Park around the Champions League
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Language commissioners from across the world have been given a very special Welsh welcome to the capital. The commissioners were entertained by 4 and 5 year old pupils from Cardiff Welsh-medium primary school, Ysgol Hamadryad.
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Mr Martin Hulland provides an update as work progresses towards opening the new school in September.
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The lady who saved Canton Library is going to London to see the Queen