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A new book featuring previously unseen images of Cardiff Castle has been published.
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A new plan to complete the development of Cardiff’s International Sports Village has been released by Cardiff Council today.
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Eighteen new fast EV charging points have been installed in Cardiff as part of a successful bid to the OLEV Residential Charge Point Scheme.
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Cardiff Council is asking residents to take pictures of dog poo in their local area and send the pictures through to the Council through the Cardiff Gov App.
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The winners of a nationwide story competition for schoolchildren were announced yesterday at a special event in Cardiff, as part of this year’s Libraries Week celebrations.
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A piece of 17th century silver ‘treasure' found by a metal detectorist will go on display at Museum of Cardiff next year.
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A fraudster who peddled his gardening business through Facebook taking money from his victims with no intention to do the work was jailed at Cardiff Crown Court yesterday (October 3)
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Resources, information and additional services to support people with dyslexia will be promoted in libraries and hubs across Cardiff throughout this year’s Dyslexia Awareness Week.
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The search is on for Cardiff’s favourite book, during this year’s Libraries Week next week.
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Work is due to start on the remodelling of Butetown Youth Pavilion to establish a new creative hub for young people in the area.
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Shisha lounges or bars in Cardiff are being warned that they have to comply with smoke-free law or they face being prosecuted through the courts.
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Cardiff’s Bereavement Services team have won two prestigious national awards.
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Yesterday, Monday 30 September, pupils from Marlborough Primary School in Roath arrived to find their school had been completely transformed back to 1939.
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Plans to develop more than 200 low carbon homes in the east of the city have been awarded Welsh Government grant funding.
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Cardiff Half Marathon will take place on October 6th and with 25,000 people expected to take part in the event, Cardiff is expected to be exceptionally busy.
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Cardiff’s New Theatre is a step closer to finding a new operator which will safeguard the future of one of the city’s favourite cultural institutions for years to come.