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Newport residents will go to the polls on Thursday 4 May to elect the 50 councillors that will represent them on the city council for the following four years.
New residents are settling into their new homes on the site of the former Kings Arms and Top of the Range public houses in Commercial Road
In-cab technology will improve Newport's waste collection service
Inspirational, amazing and brilliant - these were just some of the words used by those who attended the recent PopUp Business School in Newport
Council leads bid to secure funds for Newport Transporter Bridge
Cabinet raises the flag for accredited nights out in Newport
Newport City Council and Tata Steel subsidiary UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) run a joint grant scheme to help new businesses.
Temporary closure of Rogerstone Library
Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Counci,l and a team of social services and housing professionals had a sneaky peak at Pobl Group's flagship 'health, housing and support' development for adults with learning disabilities
Work to bring together agencies and communities in Newport to help improve our city is continuing.
Budding entrepreneurs bag space in Newport Market competition
A 'School Attendance Matters' campaign from Newport City Council aims to increase the awareness of students, parents and carers of just how important school attendance is.
Maindee Primary School and Ysgol Gymraeg Ifor Hael have been recognised for their excellence at an Estyn awards ceremony.
As part of today's Commonwealth Day celebrations, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II sets the Gold Coast 2018 Queen's Baton Relay in motion during a star-studded commencement ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Newport residents will be going to the polls on Thursday 4 May to vote for their representatives on the city council.
Man who dumped rubbish on side of road fined £1,000
Commonwealth Flag Raising Service
A new travel business in Newport city centre has got off to a flying start after receiving financial assistance from the city council.
Litter louts fined
Newport City Council welcomes the latest recycling figures
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