Election 2010: Julie Morgan’s vision for Cardiff North

April 21, 2010 No Comments »

This is a guest post from Julie Morgan, the Labour candidate for Cardiff North in the 2010 General Election. This opportunity to post, answering the question ‘What is your vision for Cardiff North?’ has been offered to all the candidates ... Read More »

Ward walks: Gabalfa

March 29, 2010 1 Comment »

I’ve been taking a walk around Cardiff’s wards with local councillors to find out more about the areas and also improve my local knowledge. This time it was Gabalfa ward with local councillor Ed Bridges, to see the sights, find ... Read More »

Assembly grant New Zealand Road flats demolition

March 15, 2010 No Comments »

A block of flats in Gabalfa is due to be demolished despite objections from local residents. The 1950s apartments on the corner of Whitchurch Road and New Zealand Road will be knocked down after a Welsh Assembly Inspector gave permission. ... Read More »

Cardiff electoral wards map

March 10, 2010 No Comments »

View Cardiff electoral wards in a larger map Read More »

Coffee, cake and conversation in Gabalfa

February 23, 2010 7 Comments »

Tucked away in a room at the Gabalfa Community Education Centre are a group of people sipping coffee, eating Iranian cakes and chatting. A normal sight you’d think, but this is a FAN (Friends and Neighbours) meeting. The FAN idea ... Read More »

Cardiff school spending per head revealed

February 12, 2010 No Comments »

The amount spent per head for children at school in Cardiff has been revealed, and Cardiff North AM Jonathan Morgan is calling for a re-think of the way schools are funded. You can view our handy map of schools in ... Read More »

Parking tops agenda at Llandaff North & Gabalfa PACT meeting

January 26, 2010 No Comments »

The issue of parking by UWIC students on residential streets in the Llandaff North and Gabalfa areas was the hot topic at the local PACT (Police and Community Together) meeting on Tuesday 19th January 2010. The roads most affected by ... Read More »