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Newport City Council has announced that it plans to introduce changes to the way it collects household waste.
A week-long careers fair is being held at The Riverfront this March where young people will be able to get information and advice to help them plan for the future.
People across the country and the Commonwealth will be celebrating the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort over a weekend of special events.
Newport City Council today marked Commonwealth Day with a flag-raising service in the grounds of the Civic Centre. The ceremony was led by Reverend Keith Beardmore with participation from Maindee primary school and Gwent Music.
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International Women's Day celebrates women's achievements, raises awareness about discrimination and encourages individuals and organisations to take action to drive gender equality.
Newport City Council has agreed the council tax level for the city and the resulting total revenue budget for 2023/24.
Proposals to make major sustainable travel improvements in Newport city centre have been unveiled.
Emergency support is being given to people who are sleeping outdoors during the current cold weather.
Newport is very proud to be hosting the Wales National Armed Forces Day celebrations on Saturday 24 June.
Central Library, Museum and Art Gallery in John Frost Square will reopen to the public at the end of this month.
Newport City Council's Cabinet has agreed how it will spend its 2023-24 budget.
A pre-planning consultation for the new St Andrew's Primary School key stage two (junior) block is launched today.
Emergency support is being given to people who are sleeping outdoors during the cold weather that is forecast for the next few days.
A business from Cwmbran has been ordered to pay over £3,000 in fines and costs after being found guilty of repeated fly-posting offences.
Pupils and staff at Newport's only Welsh medium secondary school are enjoying superb new facilities following an investment of more than £18 million.
Newport City Council will proudly fly the Progress flag outside the Civic Centre throughout February.
The Newport Medieval Ship project has hit its latest milestone after conservation of the ship timbers finished this week.
A new scheme to help combat littering and waste in Pillgwenlly has won support from local businesses.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, said: "I was deeply saddened to hear of the death of David and my sympathies are with his family and friends.
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