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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales.
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Newport City Council's cabinet has agreed a new leisure and well-being centre should be created in the city centre.
Newport City Council's cabinet today approved budget proposals for 2021/22 including a recommended council tax increase of 3.7 per cent.
On behalf of Newport City Council, I would like to express our condolences to the family and friends of Moyied Bashir who sadly died yesterday.
Another local testing site (LTS) is opening in Newport on Friday 19 February as part of the government's drive to improve access to Covid-19 tests.
Plans that could see the creation of modern leisure facilities and a further education campus in the heart of the city centre could take another step forward next week.
Reminder to mourners and how to reduce the risks
The Office for National Statistics - which runs Census 2021 - is working with Newport City Council to deliver a successful census and help local services to fully meet future needs.
This year, Newport City Council will once again be marking LGBT+ History Month, and will fly the Progress flag at the Civic Centre throughout February.
Newport City Council has commenced work on two new active travel routes in the city.
Newport City Council is flying the flags at the Civic Centre at half-mast today in memory of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
For some people, the Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed their lives - and this has been true for Peter*.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board will operate mobile Covid-19 testing units for the next two weeks in the Lliswerry and Ringland areas of Newport.
Newport residents are being encouraged to take part in a new participatory budgeting project which has been launched to support local communities and help them recover from the impacts of Covid-19.
A local testing site (LTS) is opening in Newport on Thursday 28 January as part of the government's drive to improve access to Covid-19 tests.
The views of residents and stakeholders on the future of Newport's active travel network are being sought in a consultation launched today by Newport City Council.
Mobile Covid-19 testing units in Rogerstone and Lliswerry will continue to offer tests over the next week.
The following schools have confirmed that they will be closed today due to the adverse weather/conditions and unable to provide onsite learning for children of critical workers or vulnerable children.
A local testing site (LTSs) is opening in Newport on Saturday 23 January as part of the government's drive to improve access to Covid-19 tests.
Newport City Council has successfully secured an £8.75m grant to help turn the Newport Transporter Bridge into a major tourist attraction.
Newport's Civic Centre clock tower will be lit up in purple on 27 January to mark Holocaust Memorial Day as we solemnly remember victims of genocide.
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