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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 has published its annual compliments, comments and complaints report for 2019/20.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, has announced that many council-owned car parks will be free on weekends throughout December and January.
Twenty-one leading public sector organisations which work across Gwent have today (6th November 2020) signed a Healthy Travel Charter, which commits to supporting and encouraging staff to travel in a sustainable way to and from work
Remembrance Day is a hugely significant part of Newport's civic calendar and it is unfortunate that our normal events to mark Remembrance, including the city centre parade, cannot happen this year.
We have had the sad news that Noel Trigg, a former Newport mayor and councillor, has died
This year, White Ribbon Day takes place on Thursday 25 November and your help is needed.
Newport City Council is planning to remove the recycling banks located on Tregwilym Road.
Newport city council is reminding people that outdoor gatherings are banned under the current Welsh Government firebreak rules which are in place until 9 November.
Traditional Halloween activities, such as trick or treating, parties and other gatherings, all risk spreading Covid-19 further and are prohibited under the current Wales firebreak lockdown rules.
Newport City Council's Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff network group are supporting this year's Black History Month celebrations
Newport City Dogs Home has won gold at the 2020 RSPCA Cymru PawPrint awards for their work with stray dogs.
Newport City Council will shortly begin a programme of work in the pedestrian subway at Devon Place
A message from Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, following the announcement that a "fire-break" will be introduced across Wales at the end of this week:
Welsh Government has today announced that a short, sharp "fire-break" will be introduced across Wales at the end of this week to help regain control of coronavirus.
This autumn could you make a difference that could last a lifetime?
An increase in recycling rates and improvements in primary schools are amongst the key headlines from Newport City Council's forthcoming annual report.
Newport City Council has introduced a number of initiatives aimed at keeping children safe with their families and out of care.
Two Newport parks have been recognised for their environmental credentials with a national award.
Newport City Homes (NCH), Newport's largest social housing provider, has been working with Ringland residents and Newport City Council to tackle fly-tipping in the area.
As Wales and the UK marks Clean Air Day, Newport City Council wants to share some of the work it is doing to improve our environment.
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