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The Tiny Rebel Newport Food Festival takes place in the city this Saturday, 6 October and is again hosted by Newport City Council.
Response to WG budget announcement
A formal application for the transferral of parking enforcement powers to Newport City Council has been made to the Welsh Government.
We are counting down to one of the biggest events in the Newport City Council calendar - the annual Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival taking place this week.
This year there are a projects and events in Newport to remember the sacrifice of those families and individuals being staged around the city
Working parents of three and four-year-olds in Newport will be able to apply for the Childcare Offer in Wales next month October, much earlier than expected.
Newport City Council is holding a jobs fair on Thursday 11 October between 10am and 2pm in Newport Centre.
Newport City Council officers are shocked and disappointed by the comments of the Parc Pantry operators who have decided not to renew their concession to run the café at Belle Vue Park
Newport City Council is inviting tenders from companies interested in taking on the catering services at the Pavilion in Belle Vue Park, Newport
Newport City Council has to follow regulations laid out by the Welsh Government when it comes to dealing with travellers moving onto council owned land
Tenders invited for changing rooms at Lliswerry
Newport City Council, like local authorities all over the UK, is struggling to maintain highways across the city
Tourist attractions in Newport will be taking part in the annual Open Doors event organised by Cadw
Help and advice for people aged 50 and over will be available at the annual information day being held in the Newport Centre on Saturday, 29 September.
Newport's tourism industry is still on an upward trend, according to the latest set of official statistics.
Newport City Council's Welsh language champion Councillor Jason Hughes introduced three new short films at Gwyl Newydd on Saturday.
The very dry weather conditions experienced in May, June and July this year has had a detrimental affect on some of the football pitches run by Newport City Council.
Library to host new initiative for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
The introduction of car parking charges to Belle Vue Park was outlined in Newport City Council's budget report published earlier this year
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