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• Cardiff Council is facing a budget gap of £32.4m in 2019/20
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Recommendations to apply a 50% council tax premium to long-term empty dwellings will be considered by Cardiff Council’s Cabinet next week.
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Cardiff’s Environmental Scrutiny Committee will receive a draft report on ‘Litter & Fly Tipping in Cardiff’ at its meeting on Monday 18th February.
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The half-term break is approaching fast and if you’re looking for the perfect boredom busters then we have everything from Screen Printing and Circus Skills to Warrior School and Tropical Encounters to keep the kids entertained!
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Two new non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of Cardiff Bus and will take up their roles this week.
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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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Cardiff Council and the six community councils in the city have reaffirmed their commitment to working together by signing a new charter.
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A contestant from BBC One's The Greatest Dancer will make a special visit to Woodlands High School later this month at one pupil's remarkable request.
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Why are there so many people on the street in Cardiff and why are numbers increasing? Cardiff has seen similar increases in rough sleeping to other UK cities but there is no one reason that has contributed to the rise in numbers. Factors such as relati
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A council spokesperson said: “Cardiff Council has begun removing abandoned tents in the city centre. “Many of the tents belong to individuals who have taken up offers of accommodation and they have given their consent for their tents to be removed.
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This week, Gabalfa Primary Schools' Cook in Charge, Mrs Pauline Henricksen retires after 35 years of service.
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Lansdowne Primary School in Canton has launched a new initiative which gives pupils the opportunity to engage with politics.
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A £5.7 million grant to help bring 36 Electric Buses to Cardiff has been approved today following a joint funding bid by Cardiff Council and Cardiff Bus.
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Cardiff is the Welsh city hit hardest by UK Government austerity, with spending in 2017/18 £148 per head lower than in 2009/10, according to a report from research and policy institute, Centre for Cities.
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"Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, said: "I am delighted that out of Cardiff's 127 primary, secondary and special schools, there has been an increase in the number of Green categor
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Members of the community are encouraged to have their say on options for the development of two new wellbeing hubs in the northern part of the city.