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Cardiff Council defers decision on iPads for councillors

Cardiff Council defers decision on iPads for councillors
March 28, 2013 3 Comments »

A decision on whether Cardiff councillors should be given top-of-the-range iPads was deferred tonight for further consideration. Cardiff Council’s democratic services committee had recommended that councillors swap their tax-payer funded computers and smartphones for a 16GB iPad, a Nokia 100 ... Read More »

Llanishen nursery collects hundreds of Easter eggs for Cardiff Children’s Hospital

Llanishen nursery collects hundreds of Easter eggs for Cardiff Children’s Hospital
March 28, 2013 No Comments »

Staff and children at a Cardiff nursery have collected more than 200 gifts and Easter eggs to give to youngsters at the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales. Caerleon Child Care in Llanishen asked parents, children and staff members to ... Read More »

Cardiff Story Museum celebrates second birthday

Cardiff Story Museum celebrates second birthday
March 27, 2013 No Comments »

The Cardiff Story Museum will celebrate its second birthday on April 1 with a weekend of events over the Easter break. The museum has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors from Cardiff, Wales and further afield since it opened on ... Read More »

Parents and pupils plan Senedd protest against closure of Llanrumney High School

Parents and pupils plan Senedd protest against closure of Llanrumney High School
March 27, 2013 No Comments »

Parents and pupils are planning a march to the Senedd in protest against the enforced closure of their city secondary school. Youngsters have joined forces to make their own posters and placards, which they will take with them on their ... Read More »

Transport group investigates new Cardiff to Penarth bus route across barrage

Transport group investigates new Cardiff to Penarth bus route across barrage
March 27, 2013 5 Comments »

Forget being stuck in traffic snarl-ups during rush hour – a proposed new bus route could offer some of the most spectacular views in South Wales. A study has been launched into whether travel times could be slashed between Cardiff ... Read More »

A new beginning for yourCardiff

A new beginning for yourCardiff
March 25, 2013 2 Comments »

From next week, some big changes will be happening to yourCardiff and Wales Online. Below, we’ve outlined what will be happening, and tried to answer any questions you might have about where you can find all your Cardiff news in ... Read More »

In pictures: Kidney Wales’ Walk For Life

In pictures: Kidney Wales’ Walk For Life
March 25, 2013 No Comments »

Kind-hearted children and their parents braved yesterday’s bitter conditions to take part in a sponsored walk around Bute Park. Walk for Life is held annually by Kidney Wales and this year’s event saw children carrying placards with the Kidney Wales ... Read More »

Police appeal following city centre sexual assault after Wales v Ireland match

Police appeal following city centre sexual assault after Wales v Ireland match
March 25, 2013 No Comments »

Police in Cardiff are appealing for help to find a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault in St Mary Street last month. South Wales Police said the assault happened at Walkabout in the city centre between 1.30am and ... Read More »

Hop growing scheme to produce Cardiff’s own homebrewed beer

Hop growing scheme to produce Cardiff’s own homebrewed beer
March 25, 2013 No Comments »

It will be Cardiff’s very own homebrewed beer – made from hops grown in gardens across the city. More than 30 beer enthusiasts in the city have signed up to a new scheme to grow hops to be harvested and ... Read More »

Voter demands apology from Councillor Ralph Cook over Labour election leaflets row

Voter demands apology from Councillor Ralph Cook over Labour election leaflets row
March 22, 2013 3 Comments »

A Cardiff resident has demanded a public apology from the council’s deputy leader in a bitter dispute over Labour’s election leaflets. Paul Seligman claims Councillor Ralph Cook was wrong to describe the city resident’s recollection of a controversial Labour campaign ... Read More »