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Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, said: "We have consistently argued that Cardiff's future prosperity relies on an effective transport infrastructure, with seamless access to the UK's motorway network, and free-flowing routes into, and around t
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Visit Cardiff and Cardiff Harbour Authority have teamed up with charities, including Keep Wales Tidy and Surfers Against Sewage to launch an Eco-Tourism campaign at a business breakfast on Friday 7 June.
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After the resounding success of Cardiff Car Free Day last month where thousands of people enjoyed the freedom of cycling through a car-less city centre; we are now looking forward to another great cycling event, Pedal Power's ‘Ride For All'.
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Cardiff’s city history museum has launched a new appeal for funds with a change of name. From Monday June 3rd, the Cardiff Story will become the Museum of Cardiff.
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Take That will be performing at Principality Stadium as part of their Greatest Hits tour on Saturday June 8th.
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Pupils, staff and governors are celebrating after Estyn rated Cantonian High School good across all five categories looked at by the education inspectorate for Wales, the second highest rating possible.
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South Wales Fire & Rescue Service joined forces with the Council’s homeless outreach team recently to promote fire safety messages to individuals staying in tents in the city.
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Grangetown Primary School in Cardiff has been judged by Estyn as good, the second highest rating possible, across all five of the areas that the education inspectorate for Wales looks at.
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The Urdd National Eisteddfod takes place in Cardiff Bay from 27 May - 1 June.
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What’s on – Half Term activities May 25 – June 2
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The newly appointed The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Daniel De'Ath has announced that Welsh Women's Aid and Bawso will be the two chosen charities for his year in office.
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Cardiff's first black Lord Mayor will be inaugurated in a ceremony at Cardiff City Hall which promises to be a little more rock n' roll than those that have gone before.
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The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Dianne Rees, today presents The Noah's Ark Charity with a cheque for over £200k as a result of money raised during her year in office, the most raised for a Lord Mayor's charity by any other Lord Mayor of Card
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Cardiff Council is backing this year’s Dementia Action Week with a series of events across the city.
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On Friday 31 May, the day before the first ICC Men's Cricket World Cup match at Cardiff Wales stadium, the city is playing host to a unique giant cricket catch relay.
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The second instalment of Cardiff Hubs and Libraries’ Crime and Coffee Festival is on its way.