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The official ceremony saw him accept his mayoral robes from the outgoing Lord Mayor Coun David Wood.
He added: "The Lord Mayor carries out a number of roles.
The Lord Mayor, First Citizen of Cardiff, is the lead ambassador at the City's civic functions and serves as Chairperson of Council meetings.
Dogs not as lucky as Devon do need donations that help give them the quality of life that they deserve, so it's great that the Lord Mayor is supporting this important charity.
She was invested as Lord Mayor of Newcastle in May 2016 - the 800th anniversary of the mayoralty of Newcastle.
While the 13 Junior Lord Mayors are representatives of the city's secondary schools.
His 'calm leadership' while Lord Mayor in the aftermath of the pub bombings was widely praised and he was made an MBE for services to the community.
The Lord Mayor thanked the Special Assistant for his interest in resolving the problems of the Pakistani community in the UK.
Dublin Chamber would like to thank outgoing Lord Mayor Cllr Naoise O'Muiri for his positive contribution to the city and the Chamber as a Council member.
The lord mayor is essentially an ambassador for the UK's financial services industry.
The ceremonial role of Lord Mayor will remain, but there are fears that some of the prestige attached to the office could pass to the elected mayor.
WHEN John Jackson started his career as the Lord Mayor of Liverpool's coachman, the city was only just beginning to emerge from the Militant era of the 1980s.
RUSSELL GOODWAY'S days as Lord Mayor of Cardiff could be numbered.
The home of the Beatles and the Mersey Sound, of the Grand National and championship football teams, of Anglican and Catholic cathedrals joined by Hope Street, is looking to become, in the words of its Lord Mayor, `a true 21st century city'.
Furthermore, what was the significance of the decision not to terminate the customary introduction of the Lord Mayor to the Judges of the Court of Exchequer at Westminster when the passing of the Judicature Act earlier that year had rendered that traditional rite meaningless?