Newport City County, Wales Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. New Ebbw boss Woods names coaching teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | Freepressseries.co.uk

    NEW Ebbw Vale chief Greg Woods has finalised his coaching team after arriving at Eugene Cross Park from Cross Keys. Steelmen centre James Lewis will take on the role of backs and attack coach while remaining an option for Woods on the pitch.

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  2. The new vision that sees Cardiff Central railway station transformedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | IcNetwork

    It would transform the back of the station, bring the front forward six metres and extend the length of the station Under current early stage design plans it is envisaged that the listed Victorian-built facade of the station, with its clock tower, will be moved forward six metres. Bringing the northern entrance of the station forward would allow easier access for passengers to the current platform zero, as well as far more space in the concourse.

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  3. New houses on the former ALCAN site in Rogerstone. www.christinsleyphotography.co.ukRead the original story

    Monday Jan 15 | South Wales Argus

    NEWPORT had the highest number of new-build properties built in the last year as house prices reached new heights, according to new figures. A report by Principality Building Society shows that average house prices in the area reached a new peak of A 183,683, higher than the national average in Wales - A 179,855.

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  4. House price growth in Wales outstrips UK - PrincipalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | BBC News

    Welsh house prices grew by 3.3% in 2017 - a slightly faster rate than the UK as a whole, latest figures have suggested. But the growth rate slowed from 2016 when Welsh prices rose 3.6%.

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  5. Second police vehicle is set on fire during early hours of the morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | South Wales Argus

    A POLICE car was set on fire in the early hours of the morning - the second incident of its type in less than three months. The police car, which was parked behind Bettws police station in Newport, was set on fire between 5am and 6am.

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  6. Cardiff's council-run taxi marshaling service has been axedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | IcNetwork

    The marshals were employed to manage queues at Greyfriars Road and Lower St Mary Street on Friday and Saturday nights. In council papers from 2015, during discussions about its future, the city centre manager Paul Williams said that "public safety is of paramount importance" and it was important that a way of continuing to fund the service needed to be found to continue the service to meet the city's "ever growing demands".

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  7. Isle of Wight businesses campaign against plastic pollutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 14 | Isle of Wight County Press

    A notice on the blackboard of Lady Scarlett's Tea Parlour, on Ventnor Esplanade, states the venue is going plastic free. The cafe is one of many Island businesses looking to reduce plastic waste generated from coffee cups, straws and other food packaging.

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  8. Lisa Llewellyn said the last 10 years have been a 'never-ending nightmare'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | IcNetwork

    Lisa Llewellyn, 46, was studying at the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford when she went in to have back surgery at University Hospital Llandough in Penarth to fix a slipped disc more than 10 years ago. But after the surgery Lisa developed multiple rare disorders completely unrelated to her initial condition - and is still in agony a decade later.

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  9. Homeless charity launches Ammanford appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | South Wales Guardian

    It is estimated that each year across Wales, 7000 people aged between 16 and 24 ask for help with homelessness. A leading Welsh homeless charity which provides accommodation, support and advice is seeking to recruit new lodging providers for 16 to 24-year olds in the Ammanford area.

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  10. Football: Newport crash out of FA VaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | Isle of Wight County Press

    Bradford's goalkeeper was sent off in the first half after he handled outside the area. However, Newport were unable to capitalise and a late strike by Mark Wall sent the visitors into the fifth round.

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  11. Cardiff taxi marshals to be scrapped by councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | BBC News

    Seven redundancy notices have been issued to staff who work in the city centre on Friday and Saturday nights until 04:00. They have bases in Greyfriars Road, St Mary Street and Westgate Street, and each carry radios to contact the emergency services if needed.

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  12. 'Fair access for all': The Independent Community News Network officially launchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Journalism.co.uk

    The Independent Community News Network , the representative body for the hyperlocal news sector and community journalists, launched yesterday evening in Cardiff. ICNN aims to support and champion sustainable forms of digital and print journalism on a local level, providing help and guidance such as specialist legal support to its members.

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  13. Tom Stanger is the owner of The Whole Earth DeliRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | South Wales Argus

    A NEW deli will be opening up in what is now being described as Newport's "independent" area on Monday. The Whole Earth Deli will open on Clytha Park Road to become neighbours of The Rogue Fox coffee house, The Cellar Door micro-pub and popular eatery Meat.

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  14. The blast in Commercial Street was at one point thought to have been the work of the IRARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | IcNetwork

    On a cold Saturday morning in December 1974, Jonathan James caught an early bus from his home in Ynysddu, Caerphilly , to Newport , where he was due to start his shift behind the counter of a camera shop. The 17-year-old amateur photographer had recently left school and bagged himself a job at Dixon's, near the Hill Street end of Commercial Street.

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  15. The story of Godfrey Ingram - Cardiff City's forgotten record...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | IcNetwork

    He played with some of the world's best players and was Cardiff's most expensive player for nearly 20 years, but few Bluebirds fans will know too much about Godfrey Ingram He broke a goalscoring record held by George Best, played alongside world class stars such as Carlos Alberto and Franz Beckenbauer, attracted the advances of Sir Alex Ferguson and, for nearly 20 years, was Cardiff City's most expensive player ever. Once rated among the brightest talents in English football, the striker arrived with a club record 200,000 price tag in the autumn of 1982 - a record he would keep until Danny Gabbidon's signing 18 years later.

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  16. Escaped eagle owl seen in garden in Llanishen, CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | BBC News

    The hunt is on to catch an escaped eagle owl which was spotted by a householder perched on a garden bench. The RSPCA was alerted by the "shocked" resident of West Rise in Llanishen, Cardiff, following the sighting on Thursday at about 08:00 GMT.

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  17. Rewarding Wealth and Asset Management ServicesRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 11 | SBWire

    Look2Invest, The Contemporary Investment Broker is pleased to offer consulting services, exclusive asset and wealth management for clients that are looking to diversify their investment portfolio. The company works with some of the top investment houses with a database of vendors who operate in this eclectic part of the financial sector; thereby providing clients direct access to a diversified investment portfolio and alternative investments.

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  18. Return to Work and Participation in Society After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest [Original Articles]Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 11 | Circulation

    From the Department of Clinical Sciences and Department of Clinical Sciences, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine , Skane University Hospital, Lund University, Sweden; Department of Cardiology, The Heart Center, Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet, Denmark ; Adult Critical Care, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, United Kingdom ; Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Section of Health and Rehabilitation, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden ; Intensive Care, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands ; Anesthesia and Intensive Care, IRCCS AOU San Martino IST, Genova, Italy ; Research and Development Centre Skane, Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, Lund, Sweden ; and Department of Surgical Sciences and Integrated Diagnostics, Ospedale Policlinico San Martino - IRCCS per l'Oncologia, University of Genova, Italy .

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  19. South Wales Echo letters: Thursday, January 11, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | IcNetwork

    Gourds, pumpkins and squashes grown at Dyffryn Gardens, on display in the greenhouse. Picture sent in by Jean Bevan, of Ely I want to take the opportunity to thank local Alzheimer's Society Cymru supporters who united against dementia last year by fundraising, campaigning and volunteering for us.

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  20. UK Music Industry Bands Together to Save Grassroots Venues From ClosureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | Billboard

    "It isn't talent shows on television or theatre schools that propagate great music, it's small venues," said Chrissie Hynde. A bill that supporters say will give greater protection to venue owners and help protect the future of the U.K. live music scene has been introduced in British Parliament.

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