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Newport City Council's Pride Staff Network have partnered with Newport Live and PROUD to launch the LGBTQAI+ Community Summer Art Project.
Work has begun to transform a retail unit in the city centre into a pop-up library for Newport residents.
This summer children aged 4-11 can visit Newport Libraries and get involved in a science and innovation themed Summer Reading Challenge.
Join us at Newport Stadium on 3 July to welcome The Queen's Commonwealth Baton Relay to our city.
Council raises flag to mark Armed Forces Day
Newport has received the official Purple Flag accreditation for its evening and night-time economy.
Proclamation – Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Ensuring unpaid carers in Newport are visible, valued and supported
Newport is gearing up to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a range of events, activities and projects that will benefit the whole city.
Newport City Council has successfully applied to the government's Transformation Capital Grant fund to install solar panels on the roof of the Newport Museum and Art Gallery.
Newport City Council has successful prosecuted a former company director for offences relating illegal tobacco products.
Newport is taking part in a specially designed augmented reality trail to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Newport City Council's cabinet has agreed to underwrite increased costs to the Transporter Bridge transformation project at a meeting held yesterday.
Newport City Council is joining forces with Job Centre Plus and Restart Newport to host a jobs fair in Newport Centre on 25 May.
Newport will be taking part in a specially designed augmented reality trail to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The Newport Ship Centre will shortly be opening its doors for 2022.
Newport City Council's trading standards officers are warning people to beware of doorstep callers offering to do gardening work or property repairs.
Illegally dumping three black bags of waste has cost a Newport resident more than £1,000.
Newport City Council has been granted Digital Inclusion Charter Accreditation by Digital Communities Wales.
The WLGA has called for all current councillors and candidates to commit to a fair and respectful election campaign, and this has won cross-party support in Newport.
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