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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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Council provides support for businesses as a result of coronavirus outbreak
People who believe that businesses are open in contravention of the closure regulations should report this to the council
Newport City Council's trading standards team are urging local residents to be aware of doorstep callers in their area during a time where people are self-isolating or social distancing to help combat COVID-19 coronavirus.
Eligible parents of mainstream school children who are currently in Reception to Year 7 can apply for a place for childcare provision that will begin on Wednesday 25 March 2020.
Victoria ward by-election will not take place on 16 April as scheduled.
Newport Live regret to inform you that its venues will be closing at the end of the day on Friday 20 March and will not be open to the public until it is safe as they follow Government guidance.
Newport City Council is now working as part of the Gwent Local Resilience Forum (GLRF) as part of a wider Government, Welsh Government and NHS strategy in response to Covid-19.
Fraudsters are increasingly targeting the public and organisations with emails, texts, phone calls and WhatsApp messages offering advice and treatment for the coronavirus, as well as setting up fake websites selling products and offering 'cures'.
Newport City Council will be undertaking work later this month to remove a tree from Belle Vue Park.
Work by former students and staff from the internationally-renowned Newport College of Art will be on display in a special exhibition opening later this month.
A landlord and manager of a Newport house in multiple occupation (HMO) were fined a total of £40,000 by city magistrates
Newport City Council's new fees and charges for 2020/21 were approved as part of the budget process that went before all councillors.
Natural Resources Wales has confirmed that due to the expected high tide on Thursday 12 March, the Caerleon Road flood barrier will be in place.
Newport City Council has been informed by Natural Resources Wales that this evening's forecasted tides are anticipated to exceed the trigger levels for Caerleon.
Newport City Council has held productive discussions with the trade unions and helped to facilitate their request for the proposed restructure process to be paused to enable meaningful talks between the unions and the governing body to take place
Councillor Christine Jenkins, Newport City Council member for the Victoria ward has resigned from her position due to health reasons.
Newport City Council is marking Commonwealth Day with a flag-raising service on Monday 9 March.
Newport City Council is planning to make improvements to Monkey Island and Black Ash Park in Lliswerry.
The chair of governors, acting head teacher of Caerleon Comprehensive and Newport City Council are urging teachers to reconsider further strike action and consider the direct impact on pupils and their learning.
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