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The first ABP Newport Wales Marathon will bring a new running experience to Wales on 29 April, 2018.
An outbreak of measles affecting the Newport and Torfaen areas has been declared over.
A host of events for all ages are due to take place in and around Newport to celebrate National Libraries Week.
The council's Newport City Dogs Home, and its dog control service, has achieved the Stray Dogs Gold Footprints award for the fourth year running.
Work to create an entertainment area in Beechwood Park is due to start on Monday, 2 October.
Schools across Newport collected just over one tonne of household batteries between January and June after taking up the 2017 Battery Recycling Challenge.
Newport City Council is leading the way in raising awareness of dementia, developing support for people living with dementia and their carers, and encouraging dementia-friendly practices across the city.
On 2 and 3 October, Tiny Rebel, headline sponsors of the Newport Food and Drink Festival, will be hosting a special supper at their brewery in Rogerstone.
Work to improve security and safety at the nursery site in Belle Vue Park is due to start later this week.
Top local chefs will be showcasing their culinary skills at this year's Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink festival. First up in Newport Market is festival patron, Hwyel Jones.
Webcasts of Newport City Council's full council and planning committee meetings are being temporarily suspended
Councillor Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council, said: "I understand that residents might be concerned following the events in Newport on Wednesday.
Newport has officially been announced as the host city for the Westfield Health British Transplant Games 2019.
People are being invited to view a study of the character of the High Street area of the city centre prepared as part of the council's Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Townscape project.
Newport City Council's Cabinet has shown its support for a document that will help shape the council and city over the next five years.
Applications for 2018 nursery places in Newport close on 18 September.
More than 950 new homes were completed in Newport in 2016/17 up on last year's record-breaking figure.
Kaspa's is serving up delicious treats to visitors to Newport city centre since openings its doors more than three months ago.
Ysgol Bryn Derw, the first school in Gwent specifically for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), opened this week.
Newport's newest primary school, Jubilee Park Primary School in Rogerstone, opened its doors this week.
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