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Labour to target ‘super-marginal’ Cardiff North seat in 2015

The super-marginal seat of Cardiff North has been named as Labour’s fourth highest target seat for the 2015 Westminster election. Conservative MP J...

Pavements in Llandaff North

A short documentary on the state of the pavements in the Llandaff North/Gabalfa area. We follow Gail as she negotiates busy roads in order to visit...

Residents claim victory in battle over derelict primary school

A derelict Victorian school which was under threat of demolition could now be used as a Steiner school. The former Hawthorn Primary School in Lland...

Supermarkets look to invade Cardiff’s high streets

It is the ultimate David versus Goliath battle – and it’s being fought across South Wales. Over the past six months there has been a rash of bi...

Cardiff North AM backs Hawthorn School campaign

Cardiff North AM Julie Morgan has backed the campaign to stop a Llandaff North school being deomlished. In a letter in the South Wales Echo she dec...

Councillors “horrified” by plans to convert historic Llandaff North pub

An application to turn an old pub into a block of flats has sparked an angry response from a Cardiff community. The Cow and Snuffers in Llandaff No...

Planning committee preview: January 2011

There’s plenty to discuss at this month’s planning committee, taking place at City Hall on Wednesday 12th January from 2.30pm, with dec...

Cardiff parking permit shake-up targets student streets

Student streets are the focus for changes to the way parking permits are issued in the city. Cardiff council launched its consultation today on pla...

Introducing your local Cardiff reporters

yourCardiff aims to provide the best local news, information and events for you. So, we’ve put dedicated patch reporters in your area. Using ...

Licensing committee preview: January 2010

Cardiff council’s licensing sub committee returns to action tomorrow, with five applications before it in a busy New Year of new openings and...

Extra crews drafted in to clear Cardiff rubbish backlog

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...

Mini-supermarket plans approved for Llandaff North

A new mini-supermarket on one of Cardiff’s major link-roads has been approved by councillors. Currently empty offices on Station Road in Llan...

Planning committee preview: December 2010

A busy planning committee meeting awaits this month, as plans for housing on UWIC’s former Colchester Avenue campus are revealed, the fire st...

New museum wants to tell the story of Cardiff

The Cardiff Story Museum is set to open next year and all this week we’ve been running some of the stories about Cardiff’s past for all...

Exploring the history of Llandaff North and Whitchurch

I was born in Llandaff North in 1962 and have lived in the areas of Whitchurch and Llandaff North all my life and I am currently living in Whitchur...

Farmers market to launch in Llandaff North

The people behind the award-winning Riverside Market are following their expansion to Roath and Rhiwbina by opening a new farmers market in Llandaf...

Planning round-up: November 2010

It was a busy planning committee this month, with applications for mini-supermarkets, extensions in conservation areas and new backpacking… R...

Residents object to re-submitted plans for former bank in Llandaff North

Plans for a mini-supermarket in Llandaff North have drawn criticism from local residents and councillors. The site, formerly the… Related pos...

Cardiff North politicians attack social housing plans

An MP and AM for Cardiff North have attacked plans for six social housing flats in the Llandaff North… Related posts:Council wants new develo...

October planning committee preview

Cardiff Council’s planning committee meets this afternoon from 2.30 PM at the Ferrier Hall in City Hall, Cathays Park.… Related posts:C...

Planning round-up: 15/09/10

Radyr Road social housing development deferred Plans for a six housing association flats caused outrage in Llandaff North and were… Related p...

Exploring Cardiff’s old pubs

Built in 1812 by landowner Robert Lynche Blosse the Cow and Snuffers has recently been up at auction ending… Related posts:Cardiff on the web...

Lib Dems go for youth in Cardiff North Assembly election

A 22-year-old from Rhiwbina will be the Liberal Democrat candidate for Cardiff north in next year’s Assembly elections. Matt Smith,… Re...

Whitchurch graffiti menace handed ASBO

A graffiti menace who left his tags across the city causing thousands of pounds’ worth of damage was given a… Related posts:Cardiff school ...

Hailey Park tennis courts get a makeover

Tennis courts in Llandaff North are being urgently repaired ahead of the summer holidays after residents and a local MP… Related posts:Counci...

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