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Successful young Newport entrepreneur Jonathan Hill's expanding coffee shop business has received assistance from Newport City Council.
Simon Gibson, one of Wales' leading business figures, has agreed to take the helm of the Newport Economic Network as it moves to a new level of maturity.
Newport City Council is inviting views on a vision for the future development of the city centre.
Newport City Summit, which takes place on 18 January, is set to be the biggest yet after the 300 places were all snapped up.
Newport City Council's cabinet has approved a £12 million loan towards the redevelopment of a prominent eyesore building into offices and a hotel.
More than 200 people have already registered for the next Newport City Summit at the Celtic Manor Resort on 18 January 2018.
Kaspa's is serving up delicious treats to visitors to Newport city centre since openings its doors more than three months ago.
Christine Naluggwa is full of praise for the help given to her by Newport City Council's business services team.
Newport City Council is to provide funding from a regeneration pot towards the expansion of the prestigious National Software Academy (NSA).
Inspirational, amazing and brilliant - these were just some of the words used by those who attended the recent PopUp Business School in Newport
Newport City Council and Tata Steel subsidiary UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) run a joint grant scheme to help new businesses.
Budding entrepreneurs bag space in Newport Market competition
A new travel business in Newport city centre has got off to a flying start after receiving financial assistance from the city council.
St David's Day ceremony signals next stage in the transformational investment programme
Newport City Council's annual Jobs Fair takes place this year on Wednesday 7 September
Newport City Council is set to make a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund towards a project to restore the historic Market Arcade
Councillor John Richards, Newport City Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Investment, has welcomed the latest footfall figures which show a continued upward trend.
Council is working with owners of Market Arcade to try and improve historic shopping lane
Tourism last year had an economic impact of more than £286 million in the city - an increase of more than eight per cent on the previous year
The city saw the larges amount of completions in 2015/16 for more than 25 years