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Body discovered beneath Cardiff railway bridge

Body discovered beneath Cardiff railway bridge
May 9, 2012 No Comments »

A body was found last night on the riverside in Cardiff. Police and ambulance were called to the location, which was beneath the railway bridge next to the underpass between Tudor Street and Taffs Mead Embankment, at around 6.08pm yesterday. ... Read More »

Half of streets vote against Olympic residents parking

Half of streets vote against Olympic residents parking
April 24, 2012 2 Comments »

Cardiff residents have voted against residents parking in more than half of the roads earmarked as part of an Olympic-backed scheme. In February, Cardiff Council wrote to 2,276 households to say that resident-only parking could be introduced in their street ... Read More »

ELECTION 2012: ‘We’re about more than litter, dog mess and pot holes’ say Welsh Communists

ELECTION 2012: ‘We’re about more than litter, dog mess and pot holes’ say Welsh Communists
April 14, 2012 No Comments »

The Welsh Communists are about more than litter, dog mess and pot holes, its candidates declared yesterday as they launched their local election manifesto in Cardiff. The party – which is fielding four candidates in Adamsdown, Grangetown, Pentwyn, and Splott ... Read More »

ELECTION 2012: Cardiff’s local election candidates mapped

ELECTION 2012: Cardiff’s local election candidates mapped
April 7, 2012 No Comments »

On Thursday, Cardiff Council released details of all the candidates nominated to stand in next month’s local election. 359 candidates from 11 different parties have been selected to contest 75 seats across the capital on May 3. The Liberal Democrats ... Read More »

Grangetown gas workers remembered

April 3, 2012 1 Comment »

A plaque in memory of workers from the Cardiff Gas Light and Coke Company who died in World War One has been returned to public view – more than a decade after it was removed from the firm’s former Grangetown ... Read More »

Cardiff housing plans ‘must be supported by local services’

Cardiff housing plans ‘must be supported by local services’
March 27, 2012 No Comments »

Politicians have called for new housing plots in Cardiff not to overload services after a list of potential development locations was revealed. Possible sites for more than 450 new homes in the city across 13 electoral wards were unveiled yesterday. ... Read More »

Plans for hundreds of new Cardiff homes revealed

Plans for hundreds of new Cardiff homes revealed
March 26, 2012 2 Comments »

Potential locations for more than 450 new homes in Cardiff as part of the city council’s largest house building scheme for almost three decades are revealed today. Cardiff Council wants to build 1,000 new homes over five years from 2013 ... Read More »

Cardiff route revealed for Olympic flame

Cardiff route revealed for Olympic flame
March 19, 2012 No Comments »

The Olympic Flame will be carried the length of Cardiff by 30 torchbearers when it comes to the city in May as part of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay. The London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) has revealed the street-by-street ... Read More »

Doubts emerge over Cardiff ‘Olympics legacy’ parking plans

February 17, 2012 1 Comment »

City motorists have been told they will not be forced to pay to park outside their homes during the Olympics if they don’t support a plan for new parking restrictions. The city’s parking boss and Plaid Cymru councillor Neil McEvoy ... Read More »

Cardiff Council set to close half of its office buildings in cost-saving bid

February 14, 2012 2 Comments »

Wales’ biggest council is set to close almost half of its 51 office buildings over the next three years as it attempts to clear a multi-million-pound maintenance backlog. Cardiff Council has revealed it plans to sell or move out of ... Read More »