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Pride is blooming thanks to inner city gardens

September 6, 2011 No Comments »

Community gardens are bringing new life to inner city areas and improving the happiness of residents, a top academic has found. Professor Paul Milbourne, from Cardiff University’s City and Regional Planning School, studied 18 projects in deprived areas of nine ... Read More »

Three police officers injured in road accident

July 17, 2011 No Comments »

THREE police officers are believed to have been injured after their police vehicle and a motorcar collided at a junction along Clifton Street in Cardiff Read More »

John Dixon vows to stand again in next Assembly election

John Dixon vows to stand again in next Assembly election
July 7, 2011 2 Comments »

Ousted AM John Dixon has insisted he leaves the Assembly with his integrity intact – and pledged to fight for election again in five years time. The Cardiff councillor spoke yesterday in his first in-depth interview since he was disqualified ... Read More »

Pupils produce artwork to stop people leaving dog mess on city streets

Pupils produce artwork to stop people leaving dog mess on city streets
June 10, 2011 No Comments »

It’s a problem that is small in size but causes misery for hundreds of residents around the streets of Cardiff. Back in February the WalesOnline reported on the disgust felt by those who encountered piles of dogs’ mess on their ... Read More »

No injuries after Adamsdown van crash

No injuries after Adamsdown van crash
May 7, 2011 No Comments »

Police were called after a van struck a road sign in Adamsdown this afternoon. The incident took place around 1.30pm on Saturday on the junction between Moira Terrace and Constellation Street. No one was injured and the road has been ... Read More »

Election 2011: The melting pot of Cardiff South & Penarth

Election 2011: The melting pot of Cardiff South & Penarth
April 22, 2011 3 Comments »

Middle class, working class, affluent and poor, leafy and inner-city, the divided constituency of Cardiff South and Penarth has been a Labour stronghold for decades. Yet the party’s stranglehold on the southern swathe of Wales’ capital has come under increasing ... Read More »

Concerns over lane prompt graffiti crackdown in Adamsdown

Concerns over lane prompt graffiti crackdown in Adamsdown
March 15, 2011 1 Comment »

A lane that was once a magnet for anti-social behaviour has been painted bright colours by concerned residents. They joined staff from Communities First and Police Community Support Officer Andy Gardiner for the Spruce Up Fox Lane project. More than ... Read More »

Photographer finds unseen 1980s photos of Cardiff

Photographer finds unseen 1980s photos of Cardiff
March 4, 2011 7 Comments »

Clearing out a recording studio is not where you’d expect to find a stash of Cardiff photos – but that’s what happened to one freelance photographer. Jon Poutney, who has recently bought the Cardiff Music Studios off Whitchurch Road, found ... Read More »

Free health classes in Splott and Adamsdown

February 9, 2011 1 Comment »

Free health courses are being offered in the Splott and Adamsdown areas of the city. The free NHS self-management courses are for people living with health problems. It will be held in East Moors Community Education Centre, Sanquhar Street starting ... Read More »

Save The Vulcan campaign set to resume

Save The Vulcan campaign set to resume
February 9, 2011 1 Comment »

Campaigning to save a pub in Cardiff from demolition will resume in February with a meeting to plan the next step. The campaign to Save The Vulcan pub, which began in late 2008, is set to fire up again, after ... Read More »