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Buddies Together is a new volunteer group being set up to support disabled children and young people to take part in fun activities.
Newport City Council's leader has announced a £10 million project to replace St Andrew's key stage two building.
A ceremony was held at Bassaleg School to mark the start of work to replace aging buildings with state-of-the-art teaching facilities.
Newport schools are marking the Queen's Platinum Jubilee by planting trees across the city.
Lane closures will be in effect on Newport Bridge and the Old Green Roundabout from Monday 7 March for three weeks.
For anyone directly or indirectly affected by current events in the Ukraine, there is a range of support available and ways that you can help.
From tomorrow (2 March), vehicles will be allowed into St Woolos and Christchurch cemeteries on weekdays following the introduction of new safety measures.
Newport City Council will provide more targeted support to local charities after changes to its discretionary rate relief scheme were agreed.
Councillor Jane Mudd, leader of Newport City Council, has announced a new business rate relief scheme to help the city centre's retail, leisure and hospitality sectors.
From Monday 28 February, Newport's libraries will return to the same opening hours that were in place before the pandemic began in March 2019.
Our thoughts are with all the people of Ukraine as well as family and friends outside the country including those who live in our own city.
Ponthir Road will be closed between 8pm and midnight for five nights from Monday 28 February, between Malthouse Lane and Barnfield.
We are waiting for details from the Welsh Government on how the £150.00 cost of living support scheme will work in Wales
A new initiative to reduce fly-tipping of waste tyres and its impact on the environment is being launched by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) in partnership with Newport City Council.
Newport City Council's Cabinet has today agreed how it will spend its budget for the coming year with a focus on education, support, quality of life and the future of the city.
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Conservation work on the Newport Ship is stepping up as the twentieth anniversary of its discovery approaches.
Properties that are left vacant for a long time can have an adverse effect on local communities when they could be filling a gap in the housing market.
To support the ongoing fight against Covid in our communities, free lateral flow tests (LFTs) are now available for collection from a number of locations across the city.
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.
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