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Current Headlines

Newport City Council cabinet member for infrastructure, Councillor Ken Critchley, has welcomed news that a local community has set up an environmental group to improve the area where they live.
Newport City Councilís Local Development Plan (LDP) will go before full council for adoption after an independent inspector confirmed it is sound...
A positive and constructive meeting took place between the leader of Newport City Council and The Friends of Newport Museum and Art Gallery.
Two charities supported by the Mayor of Newport look set to receive generous donations as residents respond positively to the fund-raising drive.
Fourteen Newport schools have achieved a prestigious award recognising the work they do with families of their pupils...
A Topping Out ceremony to mark the progress of construction work for Friars Walk, Newportís multi million pound retail and leisure scheme, took place yesterday (Wednesday).
Newport City Council Leader, Councillor Bob Bright, was named Welsh Local Politician of the Year at the Welsh Politician of the Year Awards
The difficult financial position facing Newport City Council is no secret.
Find out more about historic Dock Street in Pill on a walking tour organised by Newport City Council on 17 December...
Newport City Councilís leader Councillor Bob Bright has welcomed the positive support given for a Business Improvement District (BID) in the city centre...
A festival visitor has won the top prize in this yearís Newport Food Festival prize draw.
More than 100 budget savings proposals are being considered as the council seeks to save another £10 million in the next financial year.
At its meeting on 8 December, Newport City Council's cabinet will receive a report detailing the new housing loan scheme Welsh Government is offering as part of the vibrant and viable places programme.
A report to Newport City Council's cabinet outlines the progress that the authority is making in delivering its improvement objectives for a caring, learning and working, greener and healthier, fairer and safer city.
With less than 3% of household green waste collected over the winter months, Newport City Council is moving to seasonal collection and encouraging home composting until spring.
A festive food market will be held in Newport City Centre on Saturday 6 December from 9.30am with around 40 exhibitor stalls set up on Commercial Street and Westgate Square showcasing the regionís food, drink and craft producers.
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