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Pattarika Bankluay's new Thai takeaway has received assistance from a fund set up by Newport City Council to help new businesses
Councillor Jane Mudd, Newport City Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Housing, visited new homes built on the site of a former derelict pub.
A judge has ordered that assets totalling more than £255,000 should be confiscated from a man involved in the sale and supply of illegal tobacco in Newport
Back to school MMR urged after new cases in measles outbreaks
Newport is gearing up to play its part in the Queen's Baton Relay ahead of the Commonwealth's Gold Coast Games in 2018.
There's only one month to go until walkers lace up their boots, don their walking gear and set out for the second Newport Skyline Challenge.
Newport City Council in partnership with staff from the Fourteen Locks Canal Centre is hosting events ideal for people interested in discovering more about the local countryside.
Further case in Gwent measles outbreak
There are two new confirmed cases of measles in an outbreak affecting the Newport and Torfaen areas, bringing the total number to 12.
There's a modern-day Chartist style uprising in Newport, and the desperate authorities are trying to stamp it out.
Newport City Council has supported the implementation of a public space protection order (PSPO) in the Pillgwenlly area of the city.
With two new cases of measles confirmed in an ongoing outbreak, Public Health Wales is urging parents to ensure their children are protected as school summer holidays begin.
Morgan Vinci Ltd, the managing company for the SDR in Newport, will be carrying out resurfacing/reconstruction works.
Newport City Council is to consider implementing a public space protection order (PSPO) in the Pillgwenlly area of the city at its meeting later this month
Newport City Council's park and crematorium achieves coveted Green Flag Award
Newport City Council would like to pass on its formal congratulations to recycling champions Wastesavers on its recent national award.
At their meeting on 19 July, Newport City Council's Cabinet will consider a funding bid that could support £70 million of improvements to schools in the city.
Newport City Council's cabinet will be asked to agree a strategy for promoting Newport as the City of Democracy when it meets on Wednesday 19 July.
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