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Due to the severe weather warning Cardiff Council is recommending that all schools remain closed tomorrow, Friday March 2nd.
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Winter Maintenance Team Primary strategic transport links are being treated this morning. There was a Road Traffic Collision on the A4232 at 9am.
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The Met Office has updated their warnings for Thursday, March 1. The Amber Warning is now the highest risk Amber Warning possible and is in force from 12.00 (midday) Thursday 1st March.
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1) Why is the Cardiff using LED lights for street lights? There are significant benefits to using LED Lights. They are very efficient at converting energy to light. So you get the same quality of light for a fraction of the cost.
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UK Government is being urged to seize a once-in-a-generation opportunity to cut journey times by rail between Cardiff and Bristol to help boost the region’s employment and economic prospects.
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Cardiff Council is urgently appealing to individuals in the city who sleep on the streets to come in and use the wide range of services available.
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A new dementia café will be launched in the city this week.
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The Universal Credit full service arrives in the city next week and Cardiff Council has plans in place to help people affected by the changes.
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• The council helps many people who find themselves homeless and a range of different provision is available, from statutory temporary accommodation for people owed a duty by the local authority, to other supported accommodation which is accessed via the
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Cardiff Council has outlined its aim of delivering 2,000 new council homes to help meet increasing demand for quality social housing in the city.
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Lois Driscoll from Gabalfa primary had her haircut at school today, in aid of the Little Princess Trust.
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Fresh sea air, panoramic views and a 10km stretch of flat pathway to walk, run, or cycle across. Along the way enjoy free exhibitions, a kids play park, skate plaza, outdoor gym and even snap a selfie with the Enormous Crocodile.
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The Leader of Cardiff Council and other UK city leaders will meet EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels on Monday, February 19, to discuss post-Brexit relations with Europe.
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Cardiff Council’s Cabinet has today endorsed the proposed preferred location of Atlantic Wharf for a new 15,000-seat indoor arena.
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Friday, February 16 marks 100 days to go before the Volvo Ocean Race, the world's toughest and most prestigious sailing event, arrives in Cardiff on Sunday May 27 for a 14 day stopover.
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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.