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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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Newport City Council will begin introducing new 20mph speed limits across a number of residential streets in six city wards.
Children and young people in Newport who care for sick or disabled parents or siblings are to benefit from a new ID card backed by the Welsh Government.
From Friday 19 March, the Civic Centre clock tower will join more than a hundred buildings and landmarks across Wales and England by lighting up purple over the weekend to celebrate the upcoming census and its importance to communities.
In the week of International Women's Day, we're hearing from senior council figures on why they Choose to Challenge gender inequality.
Newport students will have the opportunity to explore a career in the digital sector next week - and it will all be done online.
Two Newport secondary schools will begin to dispense reusable period products as part of a trial commencing this week.
On Wednesday 23 March, Newport City Council will join others around the country in marking a solemn milestone.
Wales' first electric-powered refuse collection vehicle has been launched this week by Newport City Council.
Read how our leader, Cllr Jane Mudd, is choosing to challenge this #IWD2021
Newport City Council will be raising the Commonwealth flag at the Civic Centre today to mark Commonwealth Day 2021
Newport City Council is a finalist in the prestigious Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) awards for planning excellence 2021.
An innovative new scheme to provide affordable homes could be established on a city centre car park.
Sixty-two new dual electric vehicle 22kw fast charging units have been installed at thirty-four sites across Gwent.
School grounds and play grounds across Newport will be smoke-free places from today following the introduction of new laws.
Several volunteers from Natural Resources Wales were trained in January to undertake contact tracing work as part of Newport City Council's team, which forms part of the Gwent Test Trace Protect service.
Newport City Council's cabinet has agreed a new leisure and well-being centre should be created in the city centre.
Newport City Council's cabinet today approved budget proposals for 2021/22 including a recommended council tax increase of 3.7 per cent.
On behalf of Newport City Council, I would like to express our condolences to the family and friends of Moyied Bashir who sadly died yesterday.
Another local testing site (LTS) is opening in Newport on Friday 19 February as part of the government's drive to improve access to Covid-19 tests.
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