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Llanishen and Thornhill are communities in the north of Cardiff, and are home to over 15,000 people

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Our latest articles, blogs and more, covering a range of local and national issues:

  • Under threat bus routes saved19th March, 2019 In January, Cardiff Bus announced that they were planning to cut loss-making bus services across the city, including the 86 …

    Under threat bus routes saved – View

  • Brexit: What Next?12th March, 2019Earlier this evening, the Government’s Brexit deal was rejected (again). There’s some more important votes in the Commons in the next few days that will shape how Brexit will play out over the coming weeks.

    Brexit: What Next? – View

  • Worst train service in the world gets even worse2nd March, 2019With Arriva Trains Wales finally a thing of the past, the new rail operator, KeolisAmey (under the moniker Transport for Wales) has succeeded in making a shockingly poor rail service even worse.

    Worst train service in the world gets even worse – View

  • Welsh Assembly campaign gets under way26th January, 2019 I know what you’re thinking (“not another election”), but don’t worry, this one is not for another two years, but …

    Welsh Assembly campaign gets under way – View


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