Latest Releases

Image
Cardiff Council has put forward plans to build an education campus in Fairwater which would deliver new-build education accommodation for three Cardiff Schools.
Image
Providing the right support at the right time to assist those threatened with or experiencing homelessness is at the heart of a new strategy to support Cardiff’s vulnerable citizens.
Image
Cardiff Council’s Cabinet will consider plans to nominate two of the city’s parks as candidate sites for the Centenary Fields initiative.
Image
A Cardiff Council report has recommended that the proposals to reduce the number of surplus school places in Llanrumney, which included closing Glan-yr-Afon Primary School, should be reviewed.
Image
An upcycling facility to repair and then sell high value goods at one of the city’s recycling centres has received financial backing following an internal competition for Cardiff Council staff.
Image
Cardiff’s popular bike share scheme is set to double next year with an additional 500 bikes, operator nextbike has confirmed.
Image
A range of public service partners in the city have come together to address issues around young people’s alcohol consumption in Cardiff.
Image
Tributes from across the political spectrum have been paid to Cardiff councillor Jim Murphy, who sadly passed away on Saturday morning (December 1) following a long and courageous battle with significant health issues.
Image
The fight for suffrage and the stories of local women involved in the cause will be told at Cardiff libraries and hubs across the city during December.
Image
• The council helps many people who find themselves homeless and a range of different provision is available, there is no need for anyone to sleep outside.
Image
An ecumenical Christmas Memorial Service will be held in the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium on Sunday, 9 December 2018 at 2pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and pay their respects to loved ones during the Christmas period.
Image
Ysgol Glan Morfa in Splott, Cardiff has been officially opened by the Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas and Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams.
Image
Sixteen iconic Cardiff statues have been dressed with an orange sash for International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women which took place on Sunday 25th November.
Image
Around 250 new trees will be planted in the city this year, including 100 new trees in the city’s parks.
Image
Cardiff's Child Friendly Strategy has been launched at City Hall by the Cardiff Public Services Board.
Image
In the final game in the Under Armour Series at the Principality Stadium, Wales will be taking on South Africa on Saturday in the hope of being unbeaten in the series, following the wins against Scotland, Australia and Tonga.