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Phase one of the multi-million pound transformation of the Maelfa shopping centre is nearing completion as local businesses move to their new premises.
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Pupils from Peter Lea Primary School in Fairwater are preparing to run a marathon to raise money for pioneering research into the cure for dementia.
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The six bus routes that were under threat and due to end on March 31st have been saved thanks to new investment by Cardiff Council.
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Some of Cardiff’s major landmark buildings will be turning out the lights this Saturday as part of WWF Earth Hour.
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Diwrnod Meddwlgarwch Bella, meaning Bella's day of mindfulness, is a creative collaboration between Ysgol Gymraeg Coed y Gof, Valley and Vale Community Arts and BAFTA award winning animator Jane Hubbard.
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Cardiff Council has underlined its commitment to safeguarding vulnerable people in a new statement on how the risk of modern slavery will be managed and minimised in the city.
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Cardiff Council is currently undertaking consultation on the Lloyd George Avenue cycleway scheme, which will be the first phase of the development of a cycle route from Cardiff Bay to the City Centre.
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Delivering quality homes in safe, connected communities with joined-up customer services is at the heart of Cardiff Council’s housing plans for 2019/20.
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Plans to develop new homes in the city that meet the housing needs and aspirations of older people will be discussed by Cabinet this week.
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A new integrated service, providing a supportive and enhanced environment for people living with dementia in Cardiff, was officially opened yesterday.
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Two reports, which together address the need to rebalance primary school provision in parts of North East Cardiff, will be considered by the local authority's Cabinet Members when they meet on Thursday 21, March.
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Why is the Council considering measures to improve air quality in Cardiff?
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A £32m plan to reduce dangerous levels of air pollution, cut congestion, improve road networks, public transport and cycling options in the city centre has been drawn up by Cardiff Council.
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Bute Park opened to the public 70 years ago, in spring 1949, and to celebrate the occasion, members of the public are being offered a unique opportunity to find out ‘What’s Behind The Wall?’
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New controls aimed at tackling dog fouling in Cardiff’s public spaces - including £100 fines for dog owners who are found without the means of clearing up after their animal - could come into force before the end of the year.
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12/03/19 - Cycleways FAQs
Cycleways FAQs General Information