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In 2017, 77 per cent of suicides in Wales were male – it's a shocking statistic which prompted a new approach to encouraging men to seek support.
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, is being made a life peer after being included in Theresa May's resignation honours list.
Newport's annual jobs fair is taking place in Newport Centre on Thursday 12 September from 10am to 1pm.
Pedestrians can now use safer route over high speed rail track
Newport's Transporter Bridge was opened 113 years ago next month and the anniversary will be marked with an extended opening.
Newport City Council is among employers recognised for outstanding support for the Armed Forces community by Defence Minister Ben Wallace.
New or existing small businesses can apply for grants from Newport City Council's business development fund.
On Monday 2 September, Newport City Council will recognise national Merchant Navy Day
Newport City Council has secured £1 million to support the redevelopment of empty or underused city centre properties.
Newport City Council staff will be at Pride Cymru's Big Weekend in Cardiff
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, has congratulated Newport students on their exam results today.
Residents are recycling more items than ever before as the latest figures from Newport City Council show - with the increase equivalent to 310 recycling trucks
Joanna Iwanowicz established her graphic design business Ilove Designs in April 2017 and now employs one person at her workshop on Corporation Road.
Household Waste Recycling Centre to open late one night a week
As the Westfield Health British Transplant Games closed host city Newport has been announced as a Donor City
A project to breathe new life into a once derelict allotment site will help boost a community project thanks to a group of allotment holders, volunteers and local businesses
The Leader of Newport City Council tonight won support for a motion calling on the UK Government to help the council put a stop to a barbaric festival taking place in the Guangxi Province
Fun day to mark new look for children's respite centre
Wales faces a number of challenges now and in the future, such as austerity, climate change, poverty, health inequalities, an ageing population, jobs and growth.
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