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Statement from One Newport on the city centre
Motorists who park illegally in the run up to Newport City Council taking over Civil Parking Enforcement next month may return to their vehicles to find they have been issued with a 'ticket'.
Keen visitors with a sense of adventure have the chance to walk to the top of the Transporter Bridge to capture images of the city on Midsummer's Day on Friday 21 June.
Two rooms at Newport Civic Centre have been refurbished to help promote well-being for both staff and members of the public.
Newport City Council has today shown its commitment to the national Refill campaign, unveiling a new water fountain at Belle Vue Park.
Newport City Council is working with a variety of schools to help promote Clean Air Day Wales on Thursday, 20 June.
A comprehensive campaign to ensure residents of Newport are aware of the local authority taking on Civil Parking Enforcement is being hailed a success
Planned work may result in reduced functionality of some parts of the NCC website this weekend.
Newport's annual service to welcome the city's new Mayor will take place in Newport Cathedral on Stow Hill on Sunday 9 June.
Newport recognises its critical position at the gateway to south Wales and we have consistently worked to influence a solution that is the most appropriate and beneficial for the city, businesses and residents.
The annual D-Day Memorial Parade and Service, which this year marks the 75th anniversary, will take place on Thursday, 6 June
Carers are invited to take part in a series of events, including arts sessions and a walk in the park, in June.
Schoolchildren and community groups are helping a Newport artist to create inspiring artworks for the city centre.
Update on plans for second Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC)
The Leader of Newport City Council, Councillor Debbie Wilcox, has today signed an official paper committing the council to the TUC's Dying to Work charter.
Civil Parking Enforcement update
The strategy is out for public consultation until 30 June.
Actress Hayley Mills paid a visit to Newport Transporter Bridge earlier this month to revisit the scene featured in the film Tiger Bay
Councillor William J Routley is the new Mayor of Newport and the city's first citizen.
A programme of work to lay concrete at the concourse of Market Square Bus Station, which started on 1 April, is now entering its second phase
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