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Changes to winter garden waste collections
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.

Countdown to festive food market in Newport
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.

 

Supporting people following hospital stays
Newport City Council is embarking on an initiative which will give vital support to older people after leaving hospital to help them regain their confidence and independence.

Rate relief scheme approved
Small and medium sized businesses within the boundary of the proposed Newport Business Improvement District (BID) could qualify for rate rebate in a new scheme...

 

Secretary of State and UK investment chief visit Friars Walk
Queensberry Real Estate and Newport City Council yesterday hosted a visit from Dominic Jermey, chief executive of UK Trade and Investment and the Secretary of State for Wales Stephen Crabb MP at the Friars Walk construction site...

Council to vote in favour of Business Improvement District
Newport City Council will vote yes in the ballot to decide whether the city centre becomes a Business Improvement District (BID)...

 

Council to vote yes in BID ballot
Newport City Council will vote yes in the ballot to decide whether the city centre becomes a Business Improvement District (BID)...

Garden waste collection proposal
Garden waste collections could stop in Newport over the winter if Newport City Council cabinet member for infrastructure Councillor Ken Critchley approves the proposal...

 

Council grants help Newport businesses
A new business and a well-established firm have both received support from Newport City Council...

Friars Walk latest
It has been revealed that three more businesses have signed up for the new multi-million Friars Walk retail and leisure scheme in the city centre...

 

Proposed rate relief scheme
A rate relief scheme which could help small and medium sized businesses in Newport city centre is being considered.

Newport council could vote yes in BID ballot
Businesses in Newport city centre are being balloted about the establishment of a Business Improvement District (BID)...

 
 

 

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