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Around 400 protestors (No Nato) held a peaceful protest march through Newport earlier today (Saturday 30 August).
Protestors are holding a march through Newport on Saturday 30 August. As a result, a number of rolling road closures will be in place.
Newport City Council is carrying out a review of polling arrangements in the city and you could help shape any changes...
Newport’s Mayor Councillor Matthew Evans today accepted a special piece of the city’s history created by a group of talented and nimble fingers...
Work is progressing well on the new railway station for Pye Corner and is due to completed on schedule later this year...
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Newport City Council’s cabinet member for children and young people, was recently invited to contribute to a British Youth Council convention...
People living in rural areas of Newport will have the opportunity over the autumn to shape ideas and projects under the Wales Rural Development Programme...
England Rugby 2015, the Organising Committee for Rugby World Cup 2015 (RWC 2015), has announced the approved list of 41 Team Bases that will host the 20 participating teams during the Tournament.
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...
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