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Newport City Council has commissioned a study of sport and active recreation provision, jointly funded by Welsh Government.
The annual Velothon Wales returns on Sunday 8 July and will welcome thousands of recreational cyclists and charity fundraisers to the roads of South East Wales.
Applications for Newport nursery places in 2019 are now open.
More than 120 people attended the latest PopUp Business School to get top tips from experts on starting or expanding a business.
An artist's impression of how the proposed new footbridge could look to replace Devon Place subway is to go before planners
A report recently released by the think tank Centre for Cities, highlights the amount of empty retail space in Newport
A contractor appointed by Newport City Council will be working in Beechwood Park today (Tuesday 26 June) to replace internal fencing
Primary schools across Newport take part in a programme designed to give children an active role in decision making that affects their lives.
More than 125 people visited Newport's Transporter Bridge on June 21 – the longest day - to watch the sun go down
Stow Hill has reopened to traffic following emergency works. One lane is open with vehicles able to us it on a "give and take" basis.
Newport City Council's cabinet has agreed a proposal for specialist homes for children with complex needs to be created within the city.
Young people in Newport are being asked to take 15 minutes to tell those in power what matters to them in a new online survey
Armed Forces Day and the centenary of the RAF will be commemorated with the raising of the flag on Monday 25 June at the Civic Centre in Newport.
A full assessment following the fire at the former Zanzibar nightclub and Bethel Community Church on Stow Hill is being carried out by the council's building control team and specialist contractors.
Flytippers are dumping rubbish in large bins at council cemeteries
Newport City Council's cabinet has given the green light to a scheme to enhance and integrate the delivery of support services to residents
Newport City Council is holding free events including afternoon tea and an art session to mark Carers Week 2018 next week.
An evening of entertainment to kick start a public fund raising push to secure the future of Newport's Transporter Bridge takes place this month
The annual D-Day Memorial Parade and Service, organised by the Royal Welsh Comrades Association, will take place on Wednesday, 6 June.
From September 2018, Newport families will be among those in Wales able to claim 30 hours of free childcare.
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