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Tom Connors, 51, from 7 Shirenewton, was sentenced to two years in prison for fraud and unfair trading at Newport Crown Court last Friday.
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A series of measures are being put in place to encourage the use of electric vehicles in the city.
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Cardiff High School has been rated by Estyn as ‘excellent', across all five areas looked at by the education inspectorate for Wales, the highest rating possible.
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Ysgol Hamadryad, the first ever Welsh-medium school in Butetown, Cardiff, has been officially opened today by Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, and Welsh Government Minister for Ed
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New plans have been revealed which could see waste collections introduced across Cardiff on Bank Holiday Mondays.
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A parade to celebrate 70 years of Welsh-medium education in Cardiff will march through the city centre on its way to Cardiff Castle and the city's free, family friendly Welsh language arts and culture festival, Tafwyl.
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A free family fun day is to be held this Saturday at the Museum of Cardiff (formerly the Cardiff Story Museum) - inspired by MP Jo Cox and her belief that we have more in common than that which divides us.
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A further two Cardiff Primary Schools have scored ‘Good' across the board by Estyn, Wales's education inspectorate.
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Dame Darcey Bussell DBE will judge a national dance competition, hosted at Cardiff West Community High School on Saturday 29, June.
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125 years ago Roath Park, Cardiff’s first publicly-owned park was opened by the thirteen year old Earl of Dumfries, the son of the Marquis of Bute.
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IG Solutions, Cardiff Council’s information governance training service, will be exhibiting at the 2019 Public Sector Solutions Expo in London later this month.
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Cardiff Rivers Group founder member Dave King has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list “for services to the environment”.
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A special Babies Remembrance Service is to be held at 11.30am on June 30 in the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium.
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A landmark Grade ll-listed building which was on the Victorian Society’s top 10 endangered buildings has been saved in Cardiff Bay.
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The final plan to reduce dangerous levels of air pollution, cut congestion, improve road links and improve both public transport and cycling infrastructure in the city centre has been approved by Cabinet.
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Cardiff Council has been successful in funding bids to the Welsh Government for a wide range of projects designed to improve both public transport and active travel in the Welsh Capital