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Waste Education Officers will be checking bagged waste brought to general waste skips at recycling centres to ensure that all recyclable material is removed before the skip is used.
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A Hackney Carriage taxi driver, Abdul Rehman from Clydach Street in Grangetown, Cardiff, was ordered to pay just under £1000 last Thursday (January 17th) for three offences at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court.
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Gurpit Dhillon the company director, who spoke on behalf of the restaurant trading as FeD (Happy Dining Ltd) was ordered to pay over £14,000 at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
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22/01/19 - FLAG TEAM FAQ's
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Telecare Cardiff, Cardiff Council’s response and warden service, is offering customers both free equipment and free installation to help them remain independent in their own homes.
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ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019 - CARDIFF FLAG TEAM COMPETITION
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Cardiff Council’s successful Meals on Wheels service is expanding to provide meals to residents in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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A former Cardiff Councillor has won BBC Wales’ “Hidden Heroines” online poll and will be honoured with a statue in the city’s Central Square.
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Cardiff Council is proposing to build a replacement school for Fitzalan High on land next to the Leckwith Stadium, in the Canton area of the city.
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A progress report which details Cardiff schools performance for 2017/18 will be presented to Cardiff Council's cabinet next week (Thursday 24th January).
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The owners of Guildford Crescent have agreed to postpone their plans for demolition following a meeting with Cardiff Council leader, Cllr Huw Thomas, to discuss a masterplan that the Council is developing for the area.
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A further spate of thefts have taken place this month, after a public appeal last year temporarily stopped the thieves illegal activity.
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Cardiff is taking concerted action to prepare for any fallout caused by a ‘No-deal’ Brexit says the leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas.
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ROGUE BUILDER David McAllister, 51, from Shirenewton, Cardiff, was sent to prison today at Cardiff Crown Court for 16 months for defrauding ‘elderly and vulnerable victims.’
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A council spokesperson said: “The Council is aware of the growing number of tents in the city and is arranging a meeting with partners including the police, homeless shelters and charities and businesses in the city centre to develop a way forward.
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Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has become the latest organisation to sign the Cardiff Commitment Employer Pledge.