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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 schools will offer blended learning during the first week of the spring term (week commencing Monday 4 January 2021).
Newport City Council's cabinet is seeking the public's views on a plan to transform leisure facilities in the city centre.
Newport City Council has seized two vehicles used in the commission of fly-tipping offences in Coedkernew.
Newport primary schools will provide blended learning instead of face-to-face lessons on the final two days of term, 17 and 18 December.
Residents could be asked for their views on exciting proposals for a new 21st century leisure and well-being centre in the city centre.
In line with the approach agreed between Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association, in-person teaching and learning is planned to continue at Newport schools until the end of the term.
Electric car owners in Newport can now benefit from an increase in the number of charging points available in the city.
The leaders of three major Welsh councils are calling for a comprehensive and significant support package to help cities through the pandemic.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, said: "I would like to thank the Commission for their detailed examination of the issue of congestion on the M4 in Newport and their considered and ambitious recommendations.
This year Carers Rights Day takes place on Thursday 26 November and will raise awareness of carer rights, highlight the challenges unpaid carers face and recognise their contribution to society.
Work to complete the removal of trees affected by ash-dieback on Caerleon Road will now run into early December.
Newport City Council has published its annual compliments, comments and complaints report for 2019/20.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council, has announced that many council-owned car parks will be free on weekends throughout December and January.
Twenty-one leading public sector organisations which work across Gwent have today (6th November 2020) signed a Healthy Travel Charter, which commits to supporting and encouraging staff to travel in a sustainable way to and from work
Remembrance Day is a hugely significant part of Newport's civic calendar and it is unfortunate that our normal events to mark Remembrance, including the city centre parade, cannot happen this year.
We have had the sad news that Noel Trigg, a former Newport mayor and councillor, has died
This year, White Ribbon Day takes place on Thursday 25 November and your help is needed.
Newport City Council is planning to remove the recycling banks located on Tregwilym Road.
Newport city council is reminding people that outdoor gatherings are banned under the current Welsh Government firebreak rules which are in place until 9 November.
Traditional Halloween activities, such as trick or treating, parties and other gatherings, all risk spreading Covid-19 further and are prohibited under the current Wales firebreak lockdown rules.
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