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A community fun day to celebrate the opening of the new Rhiwbina Wellbeing Hub will be held later this week.
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Here is our latest update, covering: major investment in ‘hard to heat' Cardiff homes; paying tribute to city's Social Workers; local community nets new all-weather football pitch; and new school admission arrangements.
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With the aim of bringing people together to learn, connect, and influence change, Social Work Week 2023 takes place from Monday 20 to Friday 24 March 2023 and to coincide with the occasion, members from Cardiff Council's Cabinet have paid tribute to...
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Major Investment In ‘Hard To Heat' Cardiff Homes; £800m plan for more high quality, low-carbon council homes; UEFA EURO 2028 host city bid; Boost for women workers at Cardiff Council in gender pay gap report...
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Around 250 ‘hard to heat’ homes in Cardiff are set to benefit from a multi-million pound investment scheme to improve their thermal efficiency and help reduce energy costs for residents.
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Here's your Friday update, covering: UEFA EURO 2028 host city bid; primary school proposals in parts of central and north Cardiff; and £800m plan for more high quality, low-carbon council homes.
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The scale and ambition of Cardiff’s council housing development programme has been outlined in the authority’s annual Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Business Plan.
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A new report into the pay policy of Cardiff Council shows the gender pay gap between men and women on its workforce continues to narrow.
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Plans to reorganise primary school provision to serve Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd could go out for public consultation this Spring, if agreed by Cardiff Council's Cabinet.
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Cardiff Council's School Admission Arrangements for 2024/25 have recently been consulted on and the findings will be presented to the Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 23rd March.
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Cardiff Council has published its 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 major new report outlining how Cardiff is tackling the challenges facing society has revealed greater collaboration and teamwork by public bodies in the area.
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Young footballers in Splott have given a new 3G football pitch in the area their seal of approval.
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Here is our latest update, covering: helping to tackle city's housing pressures; city gyms to help tackle domestic abuse; and The Lord Mayor hosts Commonwealth Day Ceremony.
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City Gyms To Help Tackle Domestic Abuse; Helping to tackle city's housing pressures; Cardiff's plan for a ‘Stronger, Fairer, Greener' future agreed; Next year's Budget voted through at meeting of Full Council; On their bikes...
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Gyms and fitness clubs across the city are being asked to join the campaign to help tackle violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.