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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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Improvements have been made to a lane following complaints about fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour to Newport City Council.
Newport City Council is providing vouchers to parents and carers of children eligible for free school meals during term time and the holidays. This gives them choice over meal options during this difficult time.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board will continue to operate additional mobile Covid-19 testing units next week in the Lliswerry and Rogerstone areas of Newport.
A consultation into a series of 2021/22 budget proposals begins today after Newport City Council's cabinet gave the go-ahead.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is opening additional mobile Covid-19 testing units in the Lliswerry and Rogerstone areas of Newport.
Residents asked to have their say on Newport's new Local Development plan
Newport City Council's cabinet will discuss next year's budget proposals at a meeting on Friday 8 January.
Work has recently been completed on creating a new active travel path in Coed Melyn Park.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is opening additional mobile Covid-19 testing units in the Rogerstone and Gaer areas of Newport.
The First Minister and Wales' public service leaders have issued a message to the people of Wales ahead of Christmas.
The history of the River Usk in Newport will be brought to life in an exciting new collaboration between Newport museums and heritage service and the Friends of Newport Museum and Art Gallery.
Welsh Government placed all areas of Wales at alert level 4 from 00:00am on Sunday 20 December.
Newport schools will offer blended learning during the first week of the spring term (week commencing Monday 4 January 2021).
Newport City Council's cabinet is seeking the public's views on a plan to transform leisure facilities in the city centre.
Newport City Council has seized two vehicles used in the commission of fly-tipping offences in Coedkernew.
Newport primary schools will provide blended learning instead of face-to-face lessons on the final two days of term, 17 and 18 December.
Residents could be asked for their views on exciting proposals for a new 21st century leisure and well-being centre in the city centre.
In line with the approach agreed between Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association, in-person teaching and learning is planned to continue at Newport schools until the end of the term.
Electric car owners in Newport can now benefit from an increase in the number of charging points available in the city.
The leaders of three major Welsh councils are calling for a comprehensive and significant support package to help cities through the pandemic.
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