T.G.I. Friday's signs up for Friars Walk
Queensberry Real Estate has announced that T.G.I. Friday’s is the latest restaurant to sign up to Friars Walk when it opens in November this year...
Queensberry announce Friars Walk opening date of 12 November
Friars Walk, the new 390,000 sq ft retail and leisure destination in Newport, South Wales will officially open its doors at 10 am on 12 November 2015.
St David's celebration
Ysgol Gymraeg Casnewydd will be performing in Ringland Library on Wednesday 4 March to mark St David’s Day.
Have your say on plans for a Welsh-medium secondary school in Newport
Following approval from Welsh Government of the outline business case for a new Welsh-medium secondary school to be built in the city serving the region, the next stage is to formally consult on the proposal to establish the new school.
Council sets 2015/16 budget and council tax
Newport City Council has set its revenue budget and council tax for 2015/16...
Newport toddlers off to a flying start
Childcare centres in Newport are set to receive a Ł71,500 facelift, the minister for communities and tackling poverty, Lesley Griffiths, announced today...
Latest signing for Friars Walk
Queensberry Real Estate today announced that Loungers is the latest restaurant to join Friars Walk when it opens in November this year...
Park Square car park update
Park Square car park is now operating normally following the removal of temporary traffic lights...
NCC encourages residents to recycle more
Newport City Council is working with Waste Awareness Wales (WAW) to encourage residents in Newport to recycle more.
Plans to revitalise Newport's economy move up a level with new partnership announced
Plans to drive forward the revitalisation and transformation of Newport’s economy move up to the next level with the announcement today (Tuesday) that the momentum will be taken forward by a new partnership - the Newport City Economic Network.
Learn something new - down your local
For two weeks, starting on 16 February 2015, Newport Museum is running ten ‘Down your Local’ sessions.
Welsh Government gives Welsh-medium secondary school the green light
The Welsh Government has approved Newport City Council’s outline business case for a new Welsh-medium Secondary School to be built in the city serving the region.