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Cardiff cash & carry and former director ordered to pay over £10,000 at Cardiff Magistrates' Court; 17th Century treasure goes on display at Museum of Cardiff; Cardiff plans for a cleaner, greener, healthier future; Cardiff Road User Payment Scheme...
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Here's your Friday update, covering: Cardiff cash & carry and former director ordered to pay over £10,000 at Cardiff Magistrates' Court; 17th Century treasure goes on display at Museum of Cardiff; and Travel advice for Judgement Day at Principality...
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Here is our latest update, covering: Cardiff plans for a cleaner, greener, healthier future; Offers of places in Cardiff's Primary Schools out now; and ‘Learn, Live, Believe' clearly reflects the aims of St Bernadette's R.C. Primary School, says Estyn.
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Here's your Friday update, covering: Castle Street is set to remain open to general traffic; Improving community buildings to boost their use; and Celebrating excellence and dedication in care work recognition night.
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Voluntary-sector community organisations in the city are being invited to apply for grants for projects that will improve their community buildings and help secure or increase their use by the local community.
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Here is our latest update, covering: Council joins Age Friendly Employer scheme; Eastern High School praised by Estyn inspectors; and School cook retires after serving up nearly 1 million meals!
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St David's Hall ‘soft marketing' process begins; Council joins Age Friendly Employer scheme; " Learn, Live, Believe' clearly reflects the aims of St Bernadette's R.C. Primary School" says Estyn; Eastern High School praised by Estyn inspectors...
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A ‘soft marketing’ exercise inviting offers from experienced and qualified theatre, arts and venue services organisations, interested in leasing and operating St David’s Hall has begun today (6th April, 2023).
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Cardiff Council has been recognised as an Age Friendly Employer as part of the authority’s work to make Cardiff an Age Friendly City.
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A splash of colour and good measure of community partnership working has brightened up the walk to school for pupils and families in Llanedeyrn.
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Here's your Friday update, covering: A further 30,000 trees planted in Cardiff since October 2022; forthcoming Bowel Cancer Awareness Month; Llandaff City CIW Primary School; ‘A nurturing learning environment where pupils develop effective skills'...
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‘The worst case of neglect at a restaurant that we have come across in the last 15 years'; Cardiff Council's Cabinet approves report highlighting public sector joint working; Approval for Cardiff Council's blueprint for ‘Stronger, Fairer, Greener'...
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Here's your Friday update, covering: restaurant owners ordered to pay £10,000 for health and safety breaches; Lord Mayor to receive HMS Cambria for Freedom of Cardiff Ceremony; Children's Literature Festival returns; and designs for Drovers Way play area
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A major new report outlining how Cardiff is tackling the challenges facing society, revealing greater collaboration and teamwork by public bodies across the city, has been approved at a meeting of the local authority's Cabinet.
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet has agreed the local authority's Workforce Strategy for the next five years which details its commitment to employing ‘the right people, with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time and at the right cost'.
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A new report into the pay policy of Cardiff Council which shows the gender pay gap between men and women on its workforce continues to narrow has been approved by the local authority's Cabinet.