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Drivers who park illegally will be fined by Newport City Council from July 1 once Civil Parking Enforcement (CPE) comes into being
Newport residents are being invited by the Older People's Commissioner for Wales to find out how people can work together to make Wales the best place to grow older.
Newport City Council is flying the flags at the Civic Centre at half-mast today following the tragic deaths in New Zealand.
Newport City Council has pledged its support for this year's Spring Clean Cymru, run by environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy
From April Newport City Council will be limiting the amount of rubbish collected from households in a bid to encourage people to recycle
Newport City Council is marking Commonwealth Day with a flag raising service on Monday, 11 March
The Leader of Newport City Council Councillor Debbie Wilcox stepped back in time this week to visit a school where she used to be a teacher
A by-election for the Newport West parliamentary seat will take place on Thursday 4 April
Work has begun to transform Ringland community centre into Newport's first neighbourhood hub to put residents at the heart of service delivery.
A project to tackle Serious and Organised Crime (SOC) in Newport will continue for a second year after the Home Office approved funding
Newport City Council has recently adopted the Gwent Homelessness Strategy following a thorough review of the issue in the city and four neighbouring authority areas.
Council Leader pays tribute to Newport West MP
The owner of a hotel where customers suffered food poisoning after eating a Christmas Day meal has appeared in court along with the former restaurant manager
Good luck messages to Newport County AFC
Following an extensive consultation with the public and partners, Cabinet today discussed feedback on the draft savings proposals put forward in December and made recommendations for the 2019/20 budget.
Motorists across Gwent are being reminded that responsibility for parking enforcement across the region will transfer from Gwent Police to local authorities in 2019
Following further talks with Welsh Government, Newport City Council has offered to extend the withdrawal notice from the joint Gwent service until March 2020.
Newport's Councillor Debbie Wilcox was one of the leading local authority figures invited to launch an important document setting out the next steps for the Key Cities group.
Newport City Council is flying the Rainbow Flag outside the Civic Centre during February in the support of LGBT History Month.
Llamau, in partnership with Newport City Council, are looking for host placements across the city for young people aged 16 -21
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