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The Council reported the case on April 1st 2019 when the owners of a dog in Grangetown were fined a total of £3,000 following four breaches of a noise abatement notice relating to their dog barking.
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Road re-surfacing will take place on Cardiff Road and Mill Lane in Llandaff on Sunday (April 27) and Monday (April 28) evening.
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Minister for Housing and Local Government, Julie James AM, has today seen first-hand how Cardiff Council's ambitious Council house construction scheme is getting delivered, contributing towards national targets to deliver more affordable housing across W
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Judgement Day will be taking place at Principality Stadium this Saturday (April 27th)
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Fourteen leading public sector organisations based in Cardiff have signed the newly developed Healthy Travel Charter, committing themselves to supporting and encouraging their staff and visitors to travel in a sustainable way to and from their sites.
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Gladstone Primary School has reached the finals of the Urdd Eisteddfod in the Welsh Learners Recitation category.
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A report which recommends a public consultation is held on proposals for new primary school provision to serve parts of north-west Cardiff will be considered by the local authority's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 18 April.
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European water, rope, boat and confined space rescue training experts, Rescue 3 Europe have chosen Cardiff to host their 2019 Technical Rescue Conference.
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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.