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Newport City Council could become one of the first local authorities to achieve official recognition for its work to combat violence against women and girls...
From 10 June this year, the way people register to vote has changed in England and Wales...
Newport City Council can reveal that the number of pupils in Newport achieving WJEC GCSE A*- A grades was 21.7 per cent, 2.3 percentage points higher than the Wales average for all exam boards.
More family activities and events have been added to this Saturday's Newport's NATO-themed host city celebration (23 August)...
Gwent Police and Newport City Council have been informed of the routes of two proposed marches by anti-Nato campaigners...
There will be no refuse or recycling collections (including the orange lidded bin) on Monday 25 August 2014.
Representatives of the No to Nato group have told the Council they now intend to camp in Tredegar Park...
A multi-million programme to convert landmark city centre buildings into new homes is under way...
Newport City Council is congratulating pupils and staff as they celebrate this year’s A Level successes.
There will be no refuse or recycling collections (including the orange lidded bin) on Thursday 4 September 2014.
Flood warnings have been issued by Natural Resources Wales for the Usk Estuary at Crindau, Malpas road area, Caerleon, Uskmouth and Old Town Dock.
Queensberry Real Estate will be official venue sponsor for Newport’s Food Festival.
Newport City Council has held a meeting with Pillgwenlly community leaders to discuss a proposal from the protestors to hold a peace camp on the area’s playing fields...
A proposal aimed at encouraging more residential use of city centre properties is out to public consultation today...
Newport City Council would like to make it clear that anti-Nato campaigners have not asked for permission to use the playing fields for a peace camp...
The heart of Newport is set to be transformed for a Nato-themed culture and food celebration, organised by UK Government, and supported by Newport City Council.
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