Wales' biggest council is proposing sweeping cuts to its' budget. The plans will include the loss of 300 jobs, the closure of a swimming pool, reducing library access and selling Flat Holm island.
It's part of plans to make £22m savings in the next year.
On their website, Cardiff Council has stressed these are 'budget proposals', and that the final budget will be set at Full Council on 28th February.
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