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The need for a new household waste recycling centre (HWRC) in the city has been discussed by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet today.
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A young girl from Gabalfa Primary School in Cardiff is showing her support for The Little Princess Trust by donating 12 inches of her own hair.
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A busy shopping parade in the east of the city has been given a new lease of life thanks to Cardiff Council’s Neighbourhood Renewal Scheme.
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Motorists are being warned that two new banned turns are now being enforced in the city bringing the total of banned turns monitored by number-plate recognition cameras to 14.
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Woodlands High School in Cardiff has been removed from special measures by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
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Improvement works to Llanbleddian Gardens are due to start this week as part of the Cathays Regeneration Project.
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New schools, better roads, a new re-use/recycling centre and a multi-million pound investment in cycling infrastructure are just some of the proposals put forward in Cardiff Council’s budget for 2018/19.
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Atlantic Wharf looks set to be named the preferred location for Cardiff’s planned 15,000-seat indoor arena.
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The need for a new household waste recycling centre (HWRC) in the city will be discussed by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet at its next meeting on Thursday, February 15th.
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Wedal Road HWRC will close at 6pm on Friday March 2nd but residents in the city will still be able to use the Councils’ two supersites at Lamby Way and Bessemer Close.
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This year music has been placed at the heart of the City's Development with the announcement of the Cardiff music strategy and the Council's commitment to help secure the future of live music in Womanby Street. We are therefore pleased to announce the re
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Celebrated authors and illustrators will once again bring a cast of colourful characters and amazing tales to inspire and entertain little literature lovers this spring, as the Cardiff Children's Literature Festival returns to the Welsh capital in April.
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The Council’s in house Enforcement Agents who are responsible for enforcing the payment for parking fines, bus lane infringements and moving traffic contraventions will start using Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) on the 10th February.
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Windsor Clive Primary School in Cardiff is supporting the national campaign to encourage children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness.
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Cardiff Council will mark this year’s LGBT History Month by lighting up City Hall in pink.
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