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Newport City Council received more than 100 requests for assistance on Saturday and Sunday as a result of Storm Dennis.
Following an extensive consultation with the public and partners, Cabinet today discussed feedback on the draft savings proposals put forward in December and made recommendations for the 2020/21 budget.
Newport City Council is tidying up a site near a busy city centre road following complaints from the public.
A project to restore the historic Market Arcade in Newport city centre takes an important step forward this weekend
Newport City Council is seeking the public's views on its draft local toilet strategy over the next four weeks
Newport residents with disabilities can apply for funding for adaptations to their homes to help them maintain their independence.
At the age of just 11, Winners Sessay already knows what it's like to care for others...
Newport City Council is disappointed that the teaching union NASUWT has voted for strike action at some of our local schools.
As part of the 2020 campaign to recruit more foster carers in the city, Newport City Council is holding drop-in sessions later this month
Statement on disabled car park
Newport is set to have up to 17 additional charging points across the city thanks to funding
Members of the public are invited to the annual Holocaust Memorial Day Service at 11am on Monday 27 January in Newport Cathedral.
Newport City Council is due to carry out dredging on local sections of the Brecon & Monmouthshire canal from 20 January 2020
Pupils and staff from Newport schools attended a special ceremony in the Civic Centre to mark a fantastic achievement.
An innovative proposal to bring coworking incubator space to the city centre is being explored by Newport City Council, subject to funding.
EU citizens who want to live, work or study in the UK after Britain leaves the EU need to apply to the settlement scheme.
Housing improvement loans are available to landlords and private homeowners whose properties are in need of repair or modernisation.
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The Fostering Network has estimated that 550 foster families will be needed in Wales to keep up with the widespread demand.
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