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The 2018 Adult Community Learning prospectus is now available. Courses include: GCSE English and Maths; Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Skills; British Sign Language; Computing; Teaching Assistant and Dressmaking.
Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas and Giro d'Italia winner Chris Froome will ride together in the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time since 2009, Team Sky have announced today.
Temporary closure of the car park at Christchurch Viewpoint
Newport has officially accepted the British Transplant Games flag as this year's event in Birmingham draws to a close.
Council statement on travellers at Christchurch Viewpoint
A commercial landfill site that takes waste from private companies and other councils has been owned and operated by Newport City Council for decades
Newport City Council would like to say a really big thank you to the expert wildlife recorders and all the members of the public who came to our Bioblitz at St Woolos Cemetery, part of Chris Packham's UK Bioblitz tour.
Indoor bowls club temporary closure
From September 2018, Newport families will be among those in Wales able to claim 30 hours government-funded early education and childcare for up to 48 weeks of the year as part of the new Childcare Offer for Wales.
Newport City Council's cabinet has given in-principle backing to a £12 million redevelopment proposal to regenerate and revitalise the historic Newport Market.
TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham is to come to Newport, as part of the first independent audit of its kind in the UK involving Citizen Science.
The final list of teams for the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, which comes to Newport on Sunday 2 September, has been confirmed
Keep Wales Tidy has unveiled this year's Green Flag Award winners – the international mark of a quality park or green space.
Newport City Council is working with Pinacl Solutions to develop a range of digital connections across the city.
Centrica Lodge, a respite home for adults with learning disabilities in Newport, was officially reopened following a major refurbishment project.
Newport's deputy mayor, Councillor Phil Hourahine, has officially unveiled a new plaque marking the time the people of Caerleon welcomed a group of child refugees fleeing the horrors of war.
Newport's annual service to welcome the city's new Mayor will take place in Newport Cathedral on Stow Hill on Sunday 15 July
The Welsh Government's recent announcement on teacher training accreditation is very disappointing news for Newport and the University of South Wales.
Newport City Council is delighted to reveal that its bid for National Lottery funding for a scheme to refurbish and revitalise Market Arcade has been successful.
Funding from the council means a bus service to restore a link to Clevedon Road and Tennyson Road, which was lost when the 10A/C service was removed, can now go ahead
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