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A brand new 10K race will add an exciting extra dimension to the inaugural ABP Newport Wales Marathon on April 29, 2018.
A popular multi-games area (MUGA) in Rogerstone will be closed temporarily for about two months in the new year for further improvement works to be carried out.
The Park Square car park's entrance on Commercial Street will be closed from 27 November 2017 until the summer of 2019
Newport carers are invited to a free event being held in the Riverside Suite of Newport Centre between 10am and 2pm on 22 November.
Home Farm play area consultations
A national conference bringing together professionals who work to tackle violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV) is being held in Newport this Friday during National Safeguarding Week.
For people who want to make sure their gardens are ready for winter please note that the last garden waste collections will be on Friday 1 December.
Newport City Council is to submit a bid for £10 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to carry out work on the iconic Transporter Bridge.
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, has accepted an invitation to become a Fellow of the prestigious Institute of Welsh Affairs.
Free Christmas park and ride service starts this Saturday, 11 November
A conservation management plan for High Street has been prepared as part of a project aiming to restore Market Arcade.
Homelessness is an issue which is taken very seriously by organisations across the city that want to ensure everyone has a safe place to sleep every night.
Sunday 12 November 2017
The ABP Newport Wales Marathon will offer runners the chance to go faster than ever before on one of the UK's flattest courses.
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, said: "I wish to extend my sympathy to the family and friends of both Veronica Brydon and Bill Pursey, two former Newport councillors who have recently died.
This year's official launch of the Royal British Legion 2017 Poppy Appeal will take place in Newport on Thursday, 26 October.
Help and advice for people aged 50 and over will be available at the annual information day being held in Newport Centre on Saturday, 28 October.
Pupils from five primary schools in Newport will be taking part in the annual march through the city to mark the anniversary of the Chartist Movement.
A plan to work more closely with a national firm who retrieve abandoned shopping trolleys has been agreed by Newport City Council
The Parks Department at Newport City Council are to undertake improvement works on some footpaths at the Glebelands Recreation Grounds.
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