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Election 2011: The battle for Cardiff West

Election 2011: The battle for Cardiff West
April 19, 2011 1 Comment »

For years its AM has been one of the giants of Welsh politics – but all that is about to change. Whoever replaces Rhodri Morgan as the AM for Cardiff West has the unenviable task of living up to one ... Read More »

Cannabis seized after neighbour tip-off in Caerau

Cannabis seized after neighbour tip-off in Caerau
March 10, 2011 Comments Off on Cannabis seized after neighbour tip-off in Caerau

Cannabis worth up to £1,500 was seized by police who raided a flat following residents’ concerns. The drug was found hidden in empty paint pots and chocolate tins by officers who searched a flat in Caerau, Cardiff. It is estimated ... Read More »

Caerau widow’s distress at “nightmare neighbour”

Caerau widow’s distress at “nightmare neighbour”
February 7, 2011 2 Comments »

It’s the supermarket giant that claims “every little helps” – but a widow says living next door to Tesco has been nothing but a nuisance since it opened 18 months ago. Cheryl Logue, 64, has compiled a catalogue of complaints ... Read More »

Caerau residents plagued by anti-social behaviour

January 26, 2011 No Comments »

Anti-social behaviour and fly tipping were the top priorities under discussion at a PACT meeting held yesterday at Western Leisure Centre, Caerau, Cardiff. In the first meeting of the year in this area, residents maintained their call for a gulley, ... Read More »

Introducing your local Cardiff reporters

Introducing your local Cardiff reporters
January 7, 2011 2 Comments »

yourCardiff aims to provide the best local news, information and events for you. So, we’ve put dedicated patch reporters in your area. Using the map below you can see who your local reporter is and find their contact information. If ... Read More »

Extra crews drafted in to clear Cardiff rubbish backlog

Extra crews drafted in to clear Cardiff rubbish backlog
January 6, 2011 1 Comment »

As the row about how Cardiff council dealt with the cold weather rumbles on extra waste crews have been called in to deal with the rubbish back-log. As the city experienced some of its worst winter weather for 30 years ... Read More »

The Caerau wins extension in entertainment hours

The Caerau wins extension in entertainment hours
October 15, 2010 No Comments »

A pub striving to become the “heart of the community” has been granted permission to have more entertainment at weekends. The Caerau on Bishopston Road in the West of the city will be allowed to have music until midnight on ... Read More »

October Licensing committee preview

October Licensing committee preview
October 14, 2010 1 Comment »

Cardiff Council’s licensing committee meets at 10 AM on Friday 15th October 2010 and later opening hours are on the agenda along with a Post Office’s bid to serve booze in Ely. Caerau pub faces protests over longer hours A ... Read More »

Glyn Derw and Michaelston school meger funding threat

July 15, 2010 1 Comment »

A lack of funds could derail plans to close two schools in the West of Cardiff. Cardiff Council missed out on £8 million in the Assembly government’s recent round of school funding to improve Glyn Derw High School and Michaelston ... Read More »

Alleygates lack spikes in Caerau

June 24, 2010 1 Comment »

Residents spoke out at a PACT (Partners and Communities Together) meeting in Caerau last night about new alleygates that have missed the point. Caerau councillor Jacqui Gasson called it a “breakdown in communication” as the new alleygates on the gulley ... Read More »