NEWS ROUNDUP: Some outdoor facilities can open in Wales following lifting of restrictions
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First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced that golf facilities and other outdoor leisure can reopen as some lockdown restrictions are lifted. Currently rules permit four people from two households to meet up to exercise, with the rule coming in from February 20 allowing people to go for a walk, bike ride, or run together.
A velodrome, a zip wire tower and 1km road cycling and running circuit are being planned to complete the Cardiff International Sports Village. The area, itself, already has the Cardiff International Pool, International White Water centre and Ice Arena Wales - home of the Cardiff Devils ice hockey team. Cardiff council hope the new facilities in Cardiff Bay could be open in 2022.
The Burger King on Queen Street in Cardiff has closed after serving customers for decades. The once-popular spot has been open since around 1992 but has now closed its doors for good. It now leaves just the Burger King on St John Street, near Cardiff Castle, remaining in the city centre.
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