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Business breakfast attendees hear about Newport the big picture
Last Friday nearly 200 people gathered at the Celtic Manor Resort for the South Wales Chamber of Commerce business breakfast event that looked at Newport, the big picture.

Proof of address at HWRC
Newport City Council is acting to stop a rise in usage of its Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) by non-Newport residents.

 

Commemorating the start of the First World War
Newport will be joining a national act of remembrance and marking the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War in 2014 with a series of events this summer.

Clean up operation to take place at Somerton Park
Newport City Councilís streetscene team will be at Somerton Park on Wednesday (30 July) to assist Charter Housing with a clean-up of the area.

 

Belle Vue Park cafe open on weekends
Visitors to Newportís beautiful Belle Vue Park can enjoy refreshments in the cafť on seven days a week for the rest of the summer...

More than 200 kids take over Newport's libraries
To start the school summer holidays more than 200 children from all across Newport took over Newport City Councilís Central library last Tuesday.

 

Join in the fun this Playday
Newport City council will be staging a range of fun activities for all the family at Tredegar Park on Wednesday 6 August.

Business breakfast attendees hear about Newport the big picture
Last Friday nearly 200 people gathered at the Celtic Manor Resort for the South Wales Chamber of Commerce business breakfast event that looked at Newport, the big picture

 

Inclusive play facilities installed at Newport parks
Play areas in Newport have benefited from £60,000 grant funding to improve play facilities for children and young people with disabilities.

Home to school transport protest
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Newport City Councilís cabinet member for education today met a group of students and a supporter who visited the Civic Centre to protest about an increase in post-16 school transport costs.

 

Proposal to boost city centre living
A proposed initiative aimed at encouraging more residential use of city centre properties could go out to public consultation in the near future...

Disposal of land in Upper Dock Street
A proposal for Newport City Council to dispose of a small piece of land at the rear of the former Kingís Hotel is under consideration...

 
 

 

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