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A new, mobile-recycling facility is coming to north Cardiff.
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Grangemoor Park closes for essential works; Work to start on Churchill Way to bring back the dock feeder canal; Public urged to get involved with Cardiff Council Scrutiny Committees; One Planet Cardiff plan for a carbon neutral city by 2030 rated best...
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: vaccination totals for Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan; cases reported in Cardiff's schools in the last seven days; Cardiff's COVID-19 case and test numbers; work to start on Churchill Way...
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Grangemoor Park will close for at least 12 weeks from Monday, January 31, so that essential maintenance can take place on the restored landfill site.
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Work to open up the dock feeder canal, part of a wider masterplan to create a new vibrant Canal Quarter in the east of the city centre, will begin on Churchill Way on Monday, February 7.
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Members of the public are being urged to get involved with local democracy by engaging with the five Cardiff Council scrutiny committees whose members, drawn from a range of political parties, act as a ‘critical friend' to decision and policy makers.
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One Planet Cardiff, the council’s strategy for a carbon neutral city by 2030 has been rated as the best in Wales by a citizen data science project led by Climate Emergency UK
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The development of a sustainable mixed-use scheme including new housing, retail and bus interchange on Waun Gron Road, has taken another step forward by the removal of the “call in request” by Welsh Government.
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The Christmas spirit was truly alive last month as hundreds of presents were donated for children, meals were prepared for the homeless and Christmas experiences and performances were enjoyed by young people and their families.
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The trees planted today were six of the 120 trees kindly gifted as part of The Sakura Cherry Tree Project which was created to celebrate 150 years of friendship between Wales and Japan. They will form an avenue of cherry blossom trees in the parks
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A report which outlines how older people in Cardiff will be supported over the next five years, is to be presented to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets next week (Thursday 20, 2022).
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Holocaust Memorial Day Wales 2022; vaccination totals for Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan; Cardiff's COVID-19 case and test numbers; applications for 2022 nursery places now open.
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To mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2022, a recording of this year's Wales Commemoration will be available to watch on the Cardiff Council YouTube channel.
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Applications for nursery school places are now open and parents with children who turn three between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2022 can now apply for a part-time nursery place to start in September 2022.
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This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document has been prepared to respond to recent enquiries. The document will be updated as more questions are raised in order to ensure consistency of response and transparency as the project progresses.
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With over 1 million light bulbs, 120,000 visitors and 5 marriage proposals, the electrifying Christmas at Bute Park lit up the city centre in its inaugural year as a festive illumination experience in Cardiff.