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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
Newport City Council has been forced to close a playground in Pill following a spate of repeated and extensive vandalism at the site
Man fined for selling unsafe camper van
Newport City Council is fully aware of issues with rough sleepers and beggars in the city centre and works with partners, including Gwent Police and homeless charities. to address these
The second ABP Newport Wales Marathon and 10K will take place this Sunday (5 May 2019).
The five Gwent local authorities are exploring the feasibility of introducing more electric vehicle charging points across the region
The European Parliament election day is Thursday, 23 May.
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.
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