Newport Matters

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Recent editions of Newport Matters
July 2016

Record number of homes built in Newport, Council welcomes new Leader and Mayor, Welsh medium secondary school for city.

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May 2016

First bilingual edition, Newport reaps first city deal benefits, Newport City Council Leader steps down.

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March 2016

Newport Food Festival to return, budget for the forthcoming year agreed, supporting our armed forces and news about May 2016 elections.

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January 2016

Have your say on budget savings proposals, new bus station opens at Friars Walk, gold accolades for Newport attractions.

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December 2015

Friars Walk opens, new playground for Bassaleg, Gwent Levels lottery win, council's budget preparations.

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September 2015

Future looking bright for city centre, excitement builds as Friars Walk opening nears. 

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July 2015

New shops sign up for Friars Walk, Dementia friendly Newport, Food Festival fast approaching and Velothon loves our city

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May 2015

Council workers hailed as heroes, Friars Walk, Work Based Learning Academy, Second Chance shop, and what’s on in Newport.  

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March 2015 Friars Walk to open in November, make sure you're registered to vote, community memories project, what's on.  Download Newport Matters March 2015 (pdf) 
January 2015 Residents thanked for their views on the budget, schools recognised for work with families, February half term fun, countdown to half marathon, what's on.  Download Newport Matters January 2015 (pdf)
November 2014 Newport's budget challenge, countdown to Christmas, latest redevelopment news, feature on support for businesses, Chartist supplement, what's on.  Download Newport Matters November 2014 (pdf)
September 2014 Latest budget position, images from Nato, redevelopment news, White Ribbon campaign, Newport Food Festival, what's on. Download Newport Matters September 2014 (pdf)
July 2014 Nato Summit plans, city centre update, meet the Mayor, holiday fun, WWI commemoration events, community learning courses, what's on. Download Newport Matters July 2014 (pdf)
May 2014 City development moves forward, support for businesses, food festival sponsors, Big Splash 2014, preparations for Nato summit, recycling update, what's on.  Download Newport Matters May 2014 (pdf)