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Cardiff and Vale College (CAVC) and Cardiff Council have joined forces to bring a much needed brand new community sports facility to one of the most vibrant and diverse communities in Wales.
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15/04/19 - What’s on!
Easter Holiday activities April 15 – April 27
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Two parks in Cardiff are to be protected in perpetuity as ‘Centenary Fields’, to honour the memory of the millions of people who lost their lives in World War 1.
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The much-anticipated Sound Diplomacy report into Cardiff’s music sector has been published in full today.
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A series of recommendations to help prevent young people in Cardiff becoming involved in drug dealing has been accepted by Cabinet.
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ROGUE TRADER Damon Owens, 34, from Silver Street in Cross Keys, Caerphilly, was sent to prison yesterday for 10 months at Cardiff Crown Court for 13 offences under consumer protection legislation.
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A project which aims to teach children about the different roles within the police force and provide them with the opportunity to discuss and explore crime prevention issues of their choice, is launching this week.
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A blueprint to unlock Cardiff’s music potential and create the UK’s first Music City has been revealed.
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A tower crane will be put in place for the development of the new Centre of Student Life development this weekend.
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Cardiff Council will be holding four public drop in sessions on the Clean Air Project during April and May.
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A council spokesperson said: "Council workers were called today to remove a tent which contained needles, broken glass and human waste from the green space off Museum Avenue
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An ecumenical Palm Sunday Memorial Service will be held at the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium on Sunday 14th April 2019.
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A plan to immortalise Wales's 2019 Grand Slam winners with a ‘Mount Rushmore' style monument has been unveiled by Cardiff Council.
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The gender pay gap between men and women at Cardiff Council has fallen to 3.8%, significantly lower than the 19% average in the public sector and the 23.8% average in the private sector.
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There are no mixed-sex toilet cubicles in any of our schools, but our newer schools incorporate an open-plan design.
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A vision for the economic future of Cardiff - which could see 30,000 new jobs created in the city has been published on the Council’s website.