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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the current COVID-19 cases and tests figures for Cardiff; compliance checks of city centre venues; a public show of thanks for all of the city's carers; and the council is looking for new school g
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Work to restore important wetland habitats at Forest Farm have been completed as part of the ‘No Net Loss’ project, funded by Network Rail.
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An innovative fundraising campaign has been launched to help save ‘Pumba’, a much loved horticultural feature in Bute Park.
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An ambitious vision for a fairer society where everyone can share in the city’s success, has been unveiled by Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Council is seeking up to 100 motivated and committed volunteers to take up positions as school governors across the city's 127 schools.
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The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (14th September)
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: Coronavirus regulations; an update on COVID-19 cases affecting schools; the council's £39m COVID-lockdown bill and £25m budget gap for next year; Welsh Government approves...
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A scheme that gives extra powers to the Council to deliver improvements in Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) is set to be extended.
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A report which outlines the performance evaluation, feedback and progress of Cardiff's Social Services will be received by the Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 17, September 2020.
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Dealing with COVID-19 has cost Cardiff Council £39m in the first four months of the financial year.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will note that the Welsh Minister for Education has approved proposals relating to the redevelopment of Cantonian High School, Riverbank Special School and Woodlands High School when it meets on Thursday 17, September 2020.
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Licensing officers from the Shared Regulatory Services will be carrying out compliance checks at all city centre venues tonight and over the weekend.
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The redevelopment of a large strategic brownfield city centre site, which would see more than 2,000 new homes built in the heart of Cardiff, is set to take a major step forward this month.
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Banners and flags paying tribute to the city’s social care workers, who have helped care for vulnerable people during the pandemic, have been installed at Cardiff Castle.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the Cardiff and the Vale plan to prevent COVID-19 transmission; some Roath Park Primary School and Ysgol Bro Edern pupils asked to self-isolate; and COVID-19 safety improvement notices issued...
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A plan has been published detailing how Cardiff and Vale University Heath Board, Cardiff Council and the Vale of Glamorgan Council will continue to work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.