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The Royal Welsh Comrade host the annual D-Day Memorial Parade and Service on June 6
Father and son who defrauded people across Wales ordered to pay back £200,000
Applying for a nursery place in Newport is set to get simpler.
Newport City Council secures first conviction for Rent Smart Wales
Volunteers help boost Digital Fridays in local libraries
Spring bank holiday refuse collections
Newport's own tribute to the 22 people who died and the 64 people who were injured in the Manchester bombing will take place in Westgate Square on Friday evening at 6pm.
Statement from Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council
Essential maintenance of the Newport City Council website will take place Wednesday 24 May 2017 between 8.30am and 12pm.
Council launches Noise App
Newport City Council would like to extend its sympathies to the family and friends of Rhodri Morgan at this sad time.
Following the local elections on May 4, in which Welsh Labour secured 31 of Newport's 50 seats, Newport City Council has formally appointed Councillor Debbie Wilcox as Leader of the Council.
A tradition dating back to medieval times in Newport was continued on 16 May 2017 when Councillor David Fouweather became the 385th Mayor.
Newport residents will be able to choose their representatives in the forthcoming general election - but only if they are registered to vote.
Newport City Council will be collecting refuse and garden waste on the usual days in the week beginning Monday 29 May.
Candidates wishing to stand for Newport East or Newport West in the general election on 8 June have to deliver their nomination papers before 4pm on Thursday 11 May.
Put on your dancing shoes and join the fun at a 40s-themed tea dance in Newport Market on Thursday 18 May.
Wednesday 3 May 2017, 8:30am We are unable to receive incoming calls at the moment, apologies. We are working to resolve the issues...
Newport City Council has completed a move which sees IT services delivered by a collaborative service.
An Indian restaurant and takeaway in the city has been fined over £32,000 for serious food hygiene offences.
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