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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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A walk-in vaccination session for Newport residents is being held at Newport Centre this Saturday (26th June) between 10am and 4pm.
Newport City Council's household waste recycling centre has been shortlisted for a national award.
Council services will be needed more than ever to battle social isolation and loneliness as Wales recovers from the pandemic.
The council is aware of a protest due to take place in Newport tomorrow.
Making caring visible and valued is the theme of next week's National Carers Week and to reflect the Civic Centre clock tower will be lit in blue on 7 June to honour unpaid carers in the city.
Newport City Council and campaigning body Generation Rent have launched a new project to improve engagement with people who are privately renting their homes.
A mobile testing unit will be based at Malpas Court for the next two weeks
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, has applauded Newport Transport for becoming the first bus company in Wales to receive official Dementia Friendly accreditation.
As part of Foster Care Fortnight, the Celtic Manor Resort generously offered two rounds of golf to Gwent's local authority foster carers.
This year to celebrate Foster Care Fortnight, it was decided to host a Regional Men Who Care wellbeing walk at Pontypool Park.
The council served a noise abatement notice on the Tredegar Arms pub in Rogerstone in October 2020, due to complaints received about noise from the beer garden.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, has paid tribute to former Councillor Peter McKim BEM
Newport City Council has formally welcomed Councillor David Williams as the first citizen of the city.
To mark Foster Care Fortnight, Newport City Council is delighted to announce a new partnership with the city's Dragons.
A mobile testing unit will be based at Malpas Court for the next two weeks.
Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn wants to shine a light on the work Newport City Council's foster carers do, as the Civic Centre clock tower will also light up in orange this Foster Care Fortnight.
Newport City Council has pledged its support for Plantlife's No Mow May campaign.
Information on the applications for the UK Community Renewal Fund
An innovative new scheme to provide affordable homes for people at risk of homelessness can move to the next stage.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board will operate a mobile Covid-19 testing unit at Ringland Labour Club from today (Friday 16th April) until Monday 10th May.
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