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Good review for Bassaleg School in Estyn inspection
Bassaleg School in Newport has been rated good for its current performance and for prospects for improvement from Estyn following an official inspection at the end of last year.

Council adopts Newport Local Development Plan
Newport City Council has formally adopted the Newport Local Development Plan (LDP), an important document that will shape the future growth and progress of the city until 2026...

 

100 days to go - make sure you are registered to vote
People in Newport can now register to vote online for the first time via a secure government portal www.gov.uk/register-to-vote...

Newport company goes from strength to strength
Two Newport City Council cabinet members found out more about a thriving manufacturing companyís exciting projects during a tour of its Newport-based UK hub...

 

Council tendering for delivery of crazy golf
Newport City Council is inviting expressions of interest for the staffing and delivery of a nine-hole crazy golf provision located within the grounds of Tredegar Park.

Holocaust Memorial Day service 27 January
Newport City Council is holding a service in Newport Cathedral on Tuesday 27 January to make Holocaust Memorial Day...

 

Council chooses its improvement priorities
Newport City Council will be focusing on eight areas for continual improvement over the next financial year (2015/16) after cabinet unanimously agreed which areas should be the councilís focus.

Council pledges support for mental health campaign
Newport City Council has today signed the Time to Change Wales pledge - part of a campaign to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems...

 

Huge progress achieved in 12 months since car park demolition
A year ago this week Newport City Councilís regeneration plans became a reality when the Capitol car park was demolished by a controlled explosion.

River Island is latest signing for Friars Walk
Queensberry Real Estate has confirmed the signing of leading international fashion retailer River Island to Friars Walk, due to open in November...

 

New name for Duffryn High School
Newport City Councilís cabinet member, Councillor Debbie Wilcox, has welcomed the news that Duffryn High School will have a new name.

Newport joins super-connected highway
Businesses, public buildings and the city centre are all set to benefit from the advantages of superfast broadband thanks to an initiative being delivered by Newport City Council...

 
 

 

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