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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's Museum and Art Gallery in John Frost Square will reopen to visitors from Tuesday 11 August on an appointment only basis for the time being.
Newport City Council is getting ready to reopen three more libraries from Monday 10 August.
Newport City Council has made an application to review the licence of The Courtyard in the city centre.
Newport Live and Newport City Council are working closely together to prepare the city's sports and leisure buildings for safe reopening.
A new mobile enforcement vehicle will hit the streets of Newport later this month as part of the council's ongoing effort to tackle illegal parking.
Gwent Local Resilience Forum (LRF) statement on numbers at BURIAL services
Newport City Council has appointed Beverly Owen as chief executive and head of paid service.
Councillor Tom Suller is the new Mayor of Newport and the city's first citizen following the council's annual general meeting on 28 July.
Newport's involvement in the Western Gateway economic powerhouse will benefit businesses and the city as a whole.
Newport City Council's cabinet has approved the recovery plan for schools and education following the coronavirus lockdown.
From Monday 20 July all council run play areas and outdoor gyms will reopen to the public.
Work has begun on a community owned solar energy rooftop project at the Geraint Thomas National Velodrome in Newport, the largest solar rooftop project of its kind in Wales with over 2,000 solar panels set to be installed.
Newport Transporter Bridge will reopen to the public on Friday 17 July.
Newport City Council is one of the finalists in this year's Welsh Veterans Awards.
A Newport City Council led project to breathe new life into a 19th century arcade has restarted after being paused because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As the Covid-19 restrictions are steadily lifted in Wales, Newport City Council is working with local businesses to create a safe environment for visitors and shoppers.
Newport City Council will begin the process of restarting library services by reopening Newport Central Library from Tuesday 14 July.
Newport has today welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so, safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to reopen from September 14.
Multi use games facilities and tennis courts to reopen
A scheme to create a safe and pleasant route for pedestrians and cyclists through a former brownfield site is set to go ahead.
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