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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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To mark the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh on 9 April 2021, there will be a national one minute silence at 3pm on Saturday 17 April.
Newport City Council has opened an online book of condolence where residents can leave their messages following the death of HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Newport City Council is saddened by the news of the death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh following many years of loyal service to the country.
There has been a great response to Census 2021, but to avoid getting a knock at the door from a field officer - get on and fill in your census this Easter weekend.
Newport's Mayor is undertaking a solo sponsored walk around an historic Newport landmark in aid of Alzheimer's Cymru.
Ongoing essential maintenance work to the Civic Centre clock tower means the clock is temporarily out of service.
A gathering of just four households in breach of the Covid regulations had a significant impact on the lives of other people as well as those attending the family event.
Newport City Council has successfully secured £7 million Welsh Government Transforming Towns funding towards a new city centre leisure and well-being centre.
Newport Libraries are delighted to announce that the winner of the design a library card competition.
Companies have donated IT equipment to the city's young people to help them with their schoolwork.
Work has started on the site of a new residential home in Newport which will provide a high quality of specialist care for children and young people.
A free virtual event will be available on Wednesday 24 March to provide vital support for people looking for work opportunities in south east Wales.
Pupils and staff from St Andrew's Primary School will move to a new temporary home in the Newport Live Connect Centre on Monday 19 April.
Work to prepare for a new city centre footbridge to replace an unpopular subway continues.
Newport City Council has urged other organisations to join a campaign to end racial discrimination in Wales.
Newport City Council has successfully secured a £1.5m grant from Welsh Government to help fund the Transporter Bridge transformation project.
Newport City Council will begin introducing new 20mph speed limits across a number of residential streets in six city wards.
Children and young people in Newport who care for sick or disabled parents or siblings are to benefit from a new ID card backed by the Welsh Government.
From Friday 19 March, the Civic Centre clock tower will join more than a hundred buildings and landmarks across Wales and England by lighting up purple over the weekend to celebrate the upcoming census and its importance to communities.
In the week of International Women's Day, we're hearing from senior council figures on why they Choose to Challenge gender inequality.
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