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The Fostering Network has estimated that 550 foster families will be needed in Wales to keep up with the widespread demand.
Kind-hearted residents and businesses have helped to sprinkle some Christmas magic for children and young people in Newport.
Improvement plan for popular walking and cycling route
Newport City Council's cabinet has considered the budget for 2020-21 and how services could be delivered within the limited resources available.
Llanwern High School celebrates Estyn report
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Newport City Council's cabinet will consider the budget for 2020-21 and how services could be delivered within the limited resources available, at their meeting on 20 December.
The traffic order covering Newport City Council's parks including Fourteen Locks, allows for parking of cars paying and displaying.
Newport City Council confirmed Councillor Jane Mudd as the new Leader at the full council meeting.
Newport residents will be able to choose their representatives in the forthcoming general election - but only if they are registered to vote.
ECO Stars launch first fleet recognition scheme in Wales
Candidates wishing to stand for the Newport East or Newport West seats in the general election on 12 December have to deliver their nomination papers before 4pm on Thursday this week
The annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service will take place on Sunday, 10 November, in Newport city centre
Council and schools launch #TellUs campaign
Newport City Council, in conjunction with the Friends of Newport Transporter Bridge, has produced a calendar with past and present images of the iconic structure
The annual dedication service which marks the formal opening of the Garden of Remembrance near Newport Cenotaph will take place on Monday, 4 November at 10.45am
Two stores selling thousands of pounds worth of illegal tobacco have been closed following a lengthy investigation by trading standards officers at Newport City Council
A project to improve and revamp walking routes around Pilton Vale has been carried out by Newport City Council
Newport Civic Centre will again be illuminated in pink and blue lights from 9 to 15 October to show the city's support for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019.
Community Safety Wardens employed by Newport City Council are to be more visible on the streets of the city from Monday 7 October
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