The council has received more than 100 complaints about the proposals
Residents have been protesting against plans to build on Llandaff Fields in Riverside and e-mails show Cardiff Council have expressed an interest in building on the playing fields.
Alleys where crime is a problem will be gated off, with only residents issued with keys to unlock them.
Staff shortages putting pressure on midwives around Wales
Butchers in Cardiff report an increase in sales, particularly of mince.
The proposed closure of Maindy Bowling Green has provoked fierce opposition from members, who say they are ready to battle the council over the issue.
Angry swimmers vowed to keep their community pool open at a public meeting yesterday.
Water damage in Bishop Street, Grangetown, may affect more houses after residents have been rehoused by the Welsh water company
Cardiff Council Planning Committee will decide tomorrow on whether to allow 48 homes to be built on a popular walking spot near Radyr.
City celebrations included feasts, music and a lion dance.
Touch Trust, a disabled charity, protested outside Cardiff County Hall today against the proposed 100 per cent cut to their funding.
Disabled people in Cardiff have voiced anger over the lack of wheelchair access to pavements and railway stations in the city
Newport Council propose a protection of the green belt to the northeast of Cardiff, to avoid merging between the two cities
Police in Cardiff continue their search for Ben Thompson, rugby fan from Haverfordwest
After the second vote on the equal marriage bill is passed in Parliament, religious groups in Cardiff offer their views on same-sex relationships.
How Cardiffians from across the city are seeing in the year of the snake.
The Cardiff MPs are split over the vote for equal marriage.
A Cardiff school held an internet safety day to help protect children from online criminals.
The recent Cardiff Council cuts mean that the Welsh language festival held at Cardiff castle could be under threat.
Welsh Water are set to increase the average water bill for 2013/14.
Residents campaigned outside Splott Pool last night to try to keep the community facility open in the face of Cardiff Council cuts.
Residents continue to rally against Viridor incinerator plans despite Prosiect Gwyrdd selecting Cardiff as the preferred bidder.
The council budget proposes schools to take on the extra costs to run The Music Fund Project.
A Cardiff councillor has called for student houses to display a complaints hotline number for residents to complain about issues such as noise and rubbish.
Police have taken action in the city centre park after Cafe owners voiced their concerns over drug and alcohol abuse.