All posts by Jessica Best

Police appeal to trace David Anthony O’Driscoll

Police appeal to trace David Anthony O’Driscoll
March 12, 2013 No Comments »

Police are appealing for help to trace 25-year-old David Anthony O’Driscoll, who has breached his licence conditions after being released from jail. Officers said O’Driscoll is now required to return to prison, and he is also wanted for failing to ... Read More »

Gold jewellery and cash taken in Cyncoed burglary

Gold jewellery and cash taken in Cyncoed burglary
March 11, 2013 No Comments »

Gold jewellery and a large amount of cash have been stolen during a burglary in Cyncoed. South Wales Police said burglars damaged the front door to get in to a house in Cyncoed Road sometime between 10.30am and 11.30am on ... Read More »

Cardiff Council launches consultation on new primary school for Pontprennau

Cardiff Council launches consultation on new primary school for Pontprennau
March 11, 2013 No Comments »

Cardiff Council has launched a consultation on proposals to establish a new primary school in Pontprennau. The Cardiff suburb is to finally get its own primary after a 10 year wait. Cardiff Council’s Labour cabinet agreed last month to consult ... Read More »

Police investigate break-in at John Lewis’ jewellery department

Police investigate break-in at John Lewis’ jewellery department
March 11, 2013 No Comments »

Police in Cardiff are investigating a break-in at the city’s flagship John Lewis store in the early hours of this morning. South Wales Police said they were notified of the burglary in the store’s jewellery department at around 7am this ... Read More »

Planning preview: March 2013

Planning preview: March 2013
March 11, 2013 1 Comment »

Cardiff Council’s planning committee will hold its March meeting on Wednesday, with applications on the agenda including a new Sainsbury’s for Rhiwbina, a development of 48 homes in Danescourt, and a new hydropower scheme at Radyr Weir. There’s also a ... Read More »

Splott man wanted in connection with fraud offence

Splott man wanted in connection with fraud offence
March 8, 2013 No Comments »

Police are appealing for information to find a Splott man wanted in connection with a fraud offence dating back to August 2012. The force said it had so far been unsuccessful in finding 33-three-year-old Michael Smyth, and officers are now ... Read More »

Cardiff Council to look again at population growth estimates for LDP

Cardiff Council to look again at population growth estimates for LDP
March 8, 2013 1 Comment »

Cardiff Council will look again at the population growth estimates used to draw up its local development plan, after residents raised concerns that they were too high. The city’s planning boss, Councillor Ralph Cook, has released details of the consultation ... Read More »

Roath’s Shelley Gardens to become Cardiff’s first smoke-free playground

Roath’s Shelley Gardens to become Cardiff’s first smoke-free playground
March 5, 2013 No Comments »

Cardiff’s first smoke-free playground will be launched this Thursday in a move to protect children from the effects of second-hand smoke. Cardiff Council and the Cardiff and Vale Public Health Team have joined forces to introduce the new rules at ... Read More »

Live updates: De Gabay comes to Cardiff

Live updates: De Gabay comes to Cardiff
March 3, 2013 No Comments »

National Theatre Wales’ first major production of 2013 comes to Cardiff today, with a whole day of theatre and performance celebrating the city’s Somali community in Butetown and the Bay. De Gabay will begin this morning, with audience members invited ... Read More »