Councillor Ahmed has around 7000 people in his ward, compared with an average of 3,400 electors per councillor, across Cardiff
The move would save 120,000 people a collective total of £16m
Prime Minister says people should not need to use foodbanks, while Cardiff foodbanks see increase in customers
Cardiff Council have proposed a plan to expand the Jasmine Enterprise Centre in Ely, to bring more services under one roof.
Labour councillors insist Plaid Cymru's new leader can't halt the party's decline
A rat-infested wasteland that was rejected for development into flats is still provoking anger from Gabalfa residents
Assembly members and councillors criticise Westminster for not extending electrification to Welsh railways.
Cardiff councillors have hit out at the number of Freedom of Information requests made to them by member of the public, despite admitting they don't know how much they cost to process.
A new report has highlighted the decline in Wales's ability to attract investment.
A new Welsh Development Agency should be established to help improve Wales’s economy, a Select Committee report has recommended.
Speaking on the final day of the Welsh Labour conference at the Swalec Stadium, Cardiff, Hain said the national party should learn from the lessons of the Cardiff Bay administration
The battle lines are drawn, the campaigns are coming to an end and after months of debate the referendum is almost upon us.
Devolution has failed to save Wales's struggling economy, according to one of the country's top business figures.
"It has been a wonderful welcome here in Cardiff. It is important to lend support to the Welsh Assembly campaign. The signs are looking very good and there is a great upbeat mood in South Wales."
Welsh Liberal Democrats have launched their new Cancer Strategy to make a dramatic change to the inadequate support Wales has in place right now.
The Riverside by-election on March 3 will see Riverside Market founder Steve Garret take on, among others, the Lib Dems' Gwilym Owen, who runs the market's website.
Speaking at a public meeting at Chapter Arts centre, Cardiff, Plaid Cymru AM Leanne Wood said she feared the campaign's official designation could affect the poll turnout.