Cardiff on the web digest: 08/04/10

April 8, 2010 No Comments »

Every week we’re going to be digesting the best of Cardiff on the web. Be it the latest videos, interesting blog posts, new websites, or old ones that are doing something new – this will feature anything and everything Cardiff ... Read More »

Is Cardiff’s ‘People’s Peer’ a reason against House of Lords reform?

March 30, 2010 1 Comment »

Cardiff’s Tanni Grey-Thompson has become a Baroness and took her place in the house of Lords today. She’s one of the most successful Paralympians we’ve ever had and is one of the few people in the Lords who has actually ... Read More »

Politicians and residents hit out at boundary proposals

March 11, 2010 4 Comments »

‘Bonkers’, ‘bananas’ and ‘diabolical’ – just a few words that politicians and residents are using to describe proposed boundary changes for local elections. Rhodri Morgan, Cardiff West AM, led calls to oppose a potential merger of Llandaff and Llandaff North ... Read More »

Cardiff electoral wards map

March 10, 2010 No Comments »

View Cardiff electoral wards in a larger map Read More »

New super-wards to be created in West Cardiff

March 9, 2010 3 Comments »

A proposal by the Boundary Commission of Wales could see the creation of two electoral super-wards in West Cardiff. The draft report would see the combining of Pentyrch and Radyr into a new ward called Pentyrch, with three councillors, and ... 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 »