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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.
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Owners of long-term empty properties in Cardiff face a further increase in their council tax charges under new plans to help alleviate pressures on housing availability in the city.
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Cardiff Council has published its latest Corporate Plan – a blueprint outlining its vision of how the city will develop over the next three years and beyond
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A budget which safeguards schools and education, helps create new jobs, builds much-needed council homes, and is designed to help Cardiff become a Stronger, Greener and Fairer city – was last night voted through by Elected Members of Cardiff Council.
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Here is our latest update, covering: Met Office Yellow Warning of snow and ice; night-time road closures needed on a section of Caerphilly Road; and a new initiative to improve the capacity of the city's domiciliary care support service.
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A new initiative to improve the capacity of the city’s domiciliary care support service is boosting the health and wellbeing of some of the city’s most essential workers, as well as helping tackle the climate emergency.
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Here's your Friday update, covering: taking a fly-through new community living scheme; Maindy Park Trust make in principle decision on land exchange; 40 more accredited Living Wage Cardiff employers; and Welsh Blood Service appealing for donors.
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Plans for a brand new community living scheme for older people have been brought to life in a new computer-generated ‘fly-through’ of the development in Riverside.
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A budget which safeguards schools and education, helps create new jobs, builds much-needed council homes, and is designed to help Cardiff become a Stronger, Greener and Fairer city - has been approved by the Cardiff Council Cabinet.
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Cardiff Council has published its latest Corporate Plan - a blueprint outlining its vision of how the city will develop over the next three years and beyond.
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Forty more Cardiff organisations have become accredited Living Wage employers in the past year.
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Here is our latest update, covering: Helping to tackle city's housing pressures; Wales's First Black Headteacher commemorated in striking artwork; and Cardiff landlord ordered to pay just over £4,500.