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An evening of entertainment to kick start a public fund raising push to secure the future of Newport's Transporter Bridge takes place this month
The annual D-Day Memorial Parade and Service, organised by the Royal Welsh Comrades Association, will take place on Wednesday, 6 June.
From September 2018, Newport families will be among those in Wales able to claim 30 hours of free childcare.
The 2018 OVO Energy Tour of Britain will begin in South Wales for the first time as Newport and Carmarthenshire host the opening stage of Britain's national Tour on Sunday 2 September.
Newport City Council will be collecting refuse and garden waste on the usual days during Bank Holiday week.
Newport City Council is now signed up to the UK100 network of local authorities focused on a full transition away from fossil fuel by 2050
A multi-use games area (MUGA) near the Rivermead Centre is being closed for a short period from Monday 21 May while resurfacing and line marking is carried out.
Councillor Malcolm Linton is Newport City Council's latest first citizen
A PopUp Business School comes to Newport Market from 4 to 15 June and will be open to anyone who dreams of starting their own business.
Walking and cycling routes across the city are to be improved and expanded by Newport City Council
Newport Market will host another vegan event with free children's corner this Saturday, 12 May,
A multi-use games area (MUGA) next to the Rivermead Centre in Rogerstone is set to re-open on Tuesday 8 May.
Newport City Council will be collecting refuse and garden waste on the usual days during Bank Holiday week
Newport City Council has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to repair and revamp Newport Transporter Bridge it was announced today
The inaugural ABP Newport Wales Marathon and 10K proved a triumph for participants, spectators and the city.
Everything you need to know about the ABP Newport Wales Marathon & 10K
You could give nature a helping hand by supporting a scheme to help the bee population flourish in our city
Newport City Council's cabinet has endorsed a five-year plan to make the city a better place for those who live and work there.
On Sunday 29 April the inaugural ABP Newport Wales Marathon and 10K will welcome around 10,000 runners to the city with marathoners from as far afield as Canada, Algeria and Japan due to attend.
A short film featuring local youngsters dealing with the impact of anti-social behaviour received its premiere in front of invited guests in Cineworld, Newport Retail Park.
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