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Newport City Summit, which takes place on 18 January, is set to be the biggest yet after the 300 places were all snapped up.
Newport City Council has started a review of the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) currently covering the city centre.
Have your say on the Rights of Way Improvement Plan
Newport City Council's cabinet has approved a £12 million loan towards the redevelopment of a prominent eyesore building into offices and a hotel.
A public consultation on a series of proposals for changes to services and support provided by Newport City Council is now underway.
One Newport, the city's public services board (PSB), has published a domestic homicide review into the death of a woman in August 2013.
More than 200 people have already registered for the next Newport City Summit at the Celtic Manor Resort on 18 January 2018.
Festive opening hours at Household Waste Recycling Centre
Newport City Council's cabinet will consider the budget for 2018-19 at their meeting next week.
Christmas and New Year bin collections will be a day later than normal
orfaen County Borough Council has advised that Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw will remain closed to pupils today
The following Newport schools are closed today:
Newport's next City Summit is being hosted by the Celtic Manor Resort on 18 January 2018.
Newport Register Office is currently closed because of a power cut
The Leader of Newport City Council Debbie Wilcox is lending her support to Swansea's bid to become UK City of Culture in 2021.
A campaign highlighting the dangers of buying counterfeit goods in the run up to Christmas is being promoted by Newport City Council and the local branch of the Intellectual Property Office.
The British Lionhearts are going on tour for the 2018 season of the World Series of Boxing (WSB) when the team will compete in Gateshead, Liverpool and Newport.
Newport Market to host Christmas charity fayre
A joint operation by Newport City Council's licensing team and Gwent Police saw 89 taxi and private hire vehicles tested for safety.
Staff and pupils at Newport's Fairoak Nursery School are celebrating after winning a National Quality Award (NQA) for Healthy Schools.
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