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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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James Jelinski, 23, and Megan Colwill, 24, are the latest fresh-faced recruits to the Council’s Central Transport Services department and they are living proof of how the world of motor mechanics is changing.
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As a historic port, Cardiff has long had special ties with the Royal Navy and illustrious ships have carried the city’s name around the world for more than 400 years.
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Thanks to the revolution in digital communications and the proliferation of smartphones and tablet devices, keeping in touch with one another has never been easier.
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The theme for International Women's Day 2023 is "DigitalALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality" and The Cardiff Commitment is appealing to women from the science and technology industries, to come forward and help inspire the next generation.
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One of the most innovative housing developments in Cardiff is nearing completion on the site of the former Eastern High School in Rumney.
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Cardiff Council’s commitment to paying its employees the Living Wage and encouraging employers to follow suit has earned a national honour for the Living Wage City Partnership.
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Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff Council, has presented his administration’s new Programme for Government to a gathering of more than 100 business, civic and public sector leaders
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Mobile networks are being improved in Cardiff boosting speed, performance and coverage. There is a small chance these upgrades may cause interference to TV received through an aerial such as Freeview, BT, TalkTalk and YouView.
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On Friday 20 August, a team of creatives, including partners from Wales, will launch ‘Fix Up The City’ - the first ever city-scale, immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience based on the iconic duo Wallace & Gromit – which can be experienced in Cardiff
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Following a successful bid for funding, the Welsh Government is providing £500,000 to Cardiff Council to improve the infrastructure which transports fibre optic broadband around the city