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For more than 150 years, James Howell’s department store on St Mary Street was synonymous with the best retail experience Cardiff could offer.
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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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Vampires, werewolves, zombies, the Yeti, Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster. To this list of apparently spine-chilling creatures, can we now add Flat Holm’s flesh-eating beetle?
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Cardiff’s share of the Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF) – designed to replace funding previously provided by the EU – has been spent benefiting hundreds of people and projects across the city.
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Cardiff Council is taking steps to increase the protection afforded to buildings of local architectural or historical interest in the city against demolition or unsympathetic development.
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Cardiff Council's School Streets scheme is to be expanded this September, with three new locations added to the scheme.
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Thousands of runners are expected to pound the streets of the capital on Sunday, September 3, with the revival of the popular Cardiff 10k.
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Cardiff’s iconic City Hall is to close temporarily this winter to enable essential infrastructure work to be carried out on the Grade I-listed building and preserve it for future generations.
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Visitors to Cardiff Castle have been admiring the latest floral design gracing the grounds outside the popular city landmark.
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Just five miles off the coast of Cardiff, there’s a natural haven that has had a human connection for more than 2,000 years.
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They say everyone has a story to tell. Well, Cardiff Council’s Child-Friendly team has created nine trails that prove some of the city’s most fascinating areas have amazing stories all of their own.
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The re-opening of Lisvane and Llanishen Reservoirs has been welcomed by Cardiff Council Leader, Cllr Huw Thomas.
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Cardiff Council has published its annual Well-Being Report - a comprehensive self-assessment of how well it is delivering services and meeting objectives set out in its Corporate Plan for 2022-25.
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Pressures including rising inflation, increased demand for services and anticipated pay awards for its staff have led Cardiff Council to predict a £36.8m gap in its budget for 2024-25, a new report has revealed.
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Wales will be taking on New Zealand on Saturday November 5th at Principality Stadium.
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The first seven organisations to complete the actions in the Cardiff Healthy Travel Charter were announced at an event in City Hall, Cardiff on Wednesday 6 October.