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Cardiff is moving to a new, weekly, kerbside-collection which will see all household waste (except garden waste) picked up at the same time.
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Key Workers will no longer have to pay to park their vehicle on-street or in Council-owned car parks under new measures released today to help in the fight against COVID-19 outbreak.
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This evening's update covers the latest on education, child care for key workers, help for those in need, Council Tax, new birth registrations, homes for the homeless, Cardiff Dogs Home, and highways and utility work update.
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A range of help and support has been put in place for people experiencing difficulties with food and other essential provisions at this time.
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Cardiff residents struggling to pay their council tax are being urged to contact the Council via the website – www.cardiff.gov.uk - and use online forms to inform the authority of any change to their circumstances.
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Cardiff Council has established a dedicated team to support schools in providing a host of digital materials and innovative online schemes so that curriculum can continue to be delivered during school closures caused by COVID-19.
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News on schools, funeral and wedding arrangements, volunteers, hubs, distribution of waste bags and businesses flouting government instructions
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Non-essential businesses that break government restrictions and remain open have been warned they face fines and losing their licences.
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Following the Prime Minister's address to the nation, Cardiff Council has introduced limits on the number of people attending funerals and wedding services have been cancelled to help slow the transmission of COVID-19.
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The Council is taking over accommodation in the city to help the most vulnerable in our society.
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COVID-19: Cardiff schools update following Prime Minister's ‘lockdown' message to nation
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News on accommodation for the homeless, playground closures, school childcare arrangements for key workers, County Hall closure and HWRCs
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Play areas in Cardiff Council's parks are to close with immediate effect.
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Parents across Cardiff are being asked to keep their children at home - if they can - as new childcare arrangements for the children of key workers prepare to open in the city.
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Cardiff Council is closing Heath Park Car Park to the public in order to provide free parking there for doctors, nurses and other vital NHS staff.
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Together For Cardiff has been launched today in a bid to unlock the volunteering potential across the city as residents look to support each other during the COVID-19 outbreak.