Cardiff council cuts threat to pool, libraries and Flat Holm island
Cardiff council has said 300 jobs are under threat in an attempt to save money.
The measures include proposals to sell Flat Holm island, stop school music subsidies and close a swimming pool.
The authority says it must save £22m in the next year, and a total of £110m over five years.
Tomos Livingstone reports.
01 Feb 2013
- From the section Wales