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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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Newport marks Adult Learners' Week with taster sessions and workshops.
From Monday, Newport's Civic Centre will be lit up in pink each evening until 26 September to mark Organ Donation Week.
Work is continuing to repair the void under part of Cromwell Road and it is hoped this will be completed as soon as possible.
Newport City Council raised the emergency services flag today (Thursday 9 September) in recognition of the bravery and selflessness of 999 workers.
Newport City Council has temporarily closed Cromwell Road between Liscombe Street and Fairfax Road to through traffic due to a void appearing in the road.
Following the submission of the application for the proposed new leisure centre for the city centre, Newport City Council is sharing a new image of how it could look.
Hundreds of children and young people enjoyed a range of free activities during the school holidays organised by Newport City Council and partners.
Pedestrian access to Newport cemeteries is available on weekdays and weekends between 6.30am and 4.45pm.
Repairs and structural assessments on Old Bassaleg Bridge are continuing and it will remain closed until engineers confirm it is safe to use.
The leader of Newport City Council, Cllr Jane Mudd, was delighted to welcome Vaughan Gething MS, the Welsh government's minister for economy, and Jayne Bryant MS on a visit to Newport yesterday.
HMS Severn, Newport's formerly affiliated naval vessel, has officially reinstated its association with the city.
Newport City Council's contact centre staff will resume some face-to-face services in a new temporary home from 6 September.
An appeal is being issued for the attendees of a school prom or graduation party held at the Cwrt Bleddyn hotel near Usk on Wednesday 11 August to get a PCR Covid-19 test.
The numbers of mourners permitted to attend funerals at the Gwent Crematorium has changed in line with updated government guidance.
We would like to express sympathy on behalf of the council and the city to the people of Plymouth
Councils in Gwent are alerting residents who receive community health and social care to expect possible changes in their support because of high demand on services and staff shortages.
A temporary vehicular access road has been created from the A467 Rogerstone by-pass to Forge Mews following the emergency closure of Old Bassaleg Bridge.
Old Bassaleg Bridge remains closed to vehicles and pedestrians for safety reasons.
Newport City Council has closed Old Bassaleg Bridge which leads to Forge Mews in Bassaleg.
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.
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