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Five trees damaged at recreation ground
Newport Market will host a fair featuring vegan food and cruelty free products - with some prehistoric fun for children - in April.
Council installs charging points for electric vehicles in city car park
Four low-level radioactive sources, used within science lessons, have been reported missing from The John Frost School, Newport.
A scheme is encouraging premises that are open to the public to provide a friendly environment for breastfeeding mothers and their families.
Council lends its support to global Earth Hour
Pupil's winning 'Fake Free Newport' campaign poster to be unveiled
School closures due to adverse weather
A Newport landlord has been fined for failing to register and become licensed with Rent Smart Wales.
The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Regional Cabinet today welcomed a decision to approve a bid for £6million of funding from the Local Full Fibre Wave 2 Challenge Fund
A grant of £2.5 million from the National Lottery has been secured to help recapture, enhance and celebrate the unique heritage of the historic Gwent Levels landscape.
Newport City Council is marking Commonwealth Day with a flag raising service on Monday, March 12.
Newport City Council has added two electric vehicles to its fleet.
Council leader extends thanks and recognition to the public servants, emergency responders, partnership agencies and volunteers who have given their all over the last few days.
Newport City Council is bidding to bag a cash boost from a Tesco initiative to help Fourteen Locks Canal Centre run a summer project
Newport Civic Centre and other council buildings to close because of the severe weather predicited to later today
Pupils from secondary schools across Newport took part in a debate at Bassaleg School as part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCP) Debates.
Spirit of Newport Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of citizens with a connection to the city
Successful young Newport entrepreneur Jonathan Hill's expanding coffee shop business has received assistance from Newport City Council.
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