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The Young Person's Promise is an ongoing set of commitments to guide the council's work with children and young people in the future
A commitment to support employees with a terminal illness is being declared by Newport City Council by backing the TUC's Dying to Work campaign.
Youngsters who are learning Welsh in Newport are showing off their language skills in a series of videos now available on YouTube
Motorists who park illegally will face prosecution by Newport City Council from 1 July once the Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) regulations kick in.
Newport City Council has announced plans for a fourth Welsh-medium primary in the city from September 2020, increasing the current number of Welsh-medium primary school places across the city by 50 per cent.
Newport Economic Network has announced an ambitious proposal to establish a National Technology Institute (NTI) in Newport.
A programme of work to lay concrete at the concourse of Market Square Bus Station is due to start on Monday, 1 April
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, has paid tribute to Ron Morris who served Newport as a councillor more than 20 years.
Visitors to Newport Transporter Bridge will be able to walk over the top of the iconic structure next month
Golfers can help Mayor raise funds for charity
A scheme to make it easier to access Newport City Council's Household Waste Recycling Centre in Docks Way is nearing completion
The Glutton, used by Newport City Council cleansing team, acts as a giant vacuum cleaner
A strategy designed to pull together a number of actions aimed at reducing pollution generated by Newport's transport network is being considered
Drivers who park illegally will be fined by Newport City Council from July 1 once Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) comes into being
Newport residents are being invited by the Older People's Commissioner for Wales to find out how people can work together to make Wales the best place to grow older.
Newport City Council is flying the flags at the Civic Centre at half-mast today following the tragic deaths in New Zealand.
Newport City Council has pledged its support for this year's Spring Clean Cymru, run by environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy
From April Newport City Council will be limiting the amount of rubbish collected from households in a bid to encourage people to recycle
Newport City Council is marking Commonwealth Day with a flag raising service on Monday, 11 March
The Leader of Newport City Council Councillor Debbie Wilcox stepped back in time this week to visit a school where she used to be a teacher
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