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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales.
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Transport for Wales, in partnership with Newport City Council and Newport Bus are undertaking a huge expansion of the fflecsi service, meaning that a fleet of 9 small brand new buses will now serve the whole of Newport.
A thought-provoking new report, published on Wednesday 21st July, has looked at the breadth of wildlife in Gwent, recording the ecological successes and identifying those species most at risk.
Funeral attendance – permitted numbers of mourners
Newport has stepped forward in the contest to become UK City of Culture 2025.
A mobile testing unit will be based in the car park in Caerleon Comprehensive School for the next week:
Local Authority fostering services in Wales have today joined forces to become Foster Wales; teams across the nation combine their efforts and expertise to significantly increase the number and diversity of Local Authority foster carers.
Newport City Council is reminding off-licences and pubs of their duty to check the ages of people buying alcohol.
Newport City Council has successfully secured an £80,000 grant from the Wolfson Foundation to help fund the Transporter Bridge transformation project.
Newport City Council plans to install a further 230 new litter bins across the city.
Children invited to join Wild World Heroes at Newport libraries this summer.
Junior pupils and staff from St Andrew's Primary School will stay in the Newport Live Connect Centre for the next two years.
We are saddened to hear of the death of Professor Madonna Megrelishvili, one of the driving forces behind the twinning of Newport and Kutaisi in 1989.
A mobile testing unit will be based in Caerleon for the next two weeks
Call for LDP candidate sites
Full Council has considered and supported a review of the council's senior leadership team.
A walk-in vaccination session for Newport residents is being held at Newport Centre this Saturday (26th June) between 10am and 4pm.
Newport City Council's household waste recycling centre has been shortlisted for a national award.
Council services will be needed more than ever to battle social isolation and loneliness as Wales recovers from the pandemic.
The council is aware of a protest due to take place in Newport tomorrow.
Making caring visible and valued is the theme of next week's National Carers Week and to reflect the Civic Centre clock tower will be lit in blue on 7 June to honour unpaid carers in the city.
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