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Tennis fans looking for somewhere to play a game or two can once again set up their match at Tredegar Park tennis courts
Public Health Wales, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Newport City Council are investigating a single case of tuberculosis (TB) in an individual associated with The John Frost School in Newport.
Newport libraries are encouraging children and families to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge during July, August and September.
A new children's book 'Chat with me' was launched yesterday in Monnow Flying Start.
Newport was today unveiled as one of six flagship locations across the UK that will work with the Royal Foundation's Homewards programme to end homelessness.
Five city libraries – Bettws, Ringland, Rogerstone, Malpas and Pillgwenlly - will have new opening hours from Monday 26 June.
Newport City Council is delighted to once again be supporting Clean Air Day this year.
Newport City Council has announced that the first phase of its new three-weekly bin collection schedule will start from Monday 19 June.
In less than a month, Newport will proudly host Wales National Armed Forces Day – an event that pays tribute to our past and present service people.
Caring does not come without challenges, and it is important that unpaid carers are supported to maintain their own wellbeing, enabling them to continue caring.
The D-Day Memorial parade and service will take place this year on Saturday 3 June. It is organised by the Royal Welsh Comrades Association, and is the first parade since the Covid-19 pandemic.
Enforcement action taken by Newport City Council has led to two restaurant owners and their business pleading guilty to 53 serious food hygiene offences
Newport City Council's youth and play service has been recognised for the work they do with young people in the city. At a recent ceremony they were awarded the Education Workforce Council's Bronze Quality Mark for youth services in Wales.
This Foster Care Fortnight 2023 local care experienced young people across Gwent share their fostering stories to encourage people to foster for their local authority.
Newport City Council has welcomed the publication of the UK Government's National Semiconductor Strategy.
Newport City Council has formally welcomed Councillor Trevor Watkins as the first citizen of the city.
Foster Wales is calling on employers to become 'fostering friendly', to address the misconception that you cannot continue working if you become a foster carer
Newport City Council's cabinet has approved a strategic plan for Pillgwenlly that was drawn up following extensive consultation with residents and businesses.
A man from Oldham has been sentenced for selling counterfeit tobacco in Newport.
Newport libraries are helping residents reduce isolation and loneliness with a new reading group called Reading Friends. Reading Friends is a free group bringing people together using reading to get everyone chatting and meet new friends.
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