Newport City County, Wales Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Mum, alcoholic's daughter, online abuse victim: The Bishop of Llandaff June OsborneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 12 | IcNetwork

    It is almost 900 years since the bones of St Dyfrig were brought to Cardiff from Bardsey Island, marking the foundations of Llandaff Cathedral. In September last year, a woman knocked on the west door three times with a staff, asking for permission to enter as Bishop of Llandaff.

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  2. Latest signing Neil Windsor laid on the pass for Daryl Cann to score Sudbrook's goalRead the original story

    Monday Feb 12 | Freepressseries.co.uk

    BOTH East Gwent clubs crashed out of the County Motors Cup at the weekend when Mathern and Sudbrook suffered 3-1 home defeats, writes Bob Cypher. Mathern were beaten by West of St Julians with Elliot Greening again on target for the home side while Sudbrook's defeat was at the hands of Division 1's AC Pontymister.

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  3. Partygoers threatened by men wielding knife and bottleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 12 | Campaignseries.co.uk

    THREE men, two of whom approached partygoers at a Bedwas pub armed with a kitchen knife and bottle, have avoided imprisonment. Colin Davies, 23, of Greenwood Court, Caerphilly, appeared via video link at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday, February 9, after previously pleading guilty to affray and possession of a bladed article in a public place.

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  4. Two trains per hour between Newport and Cardiff during work periodRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 11 | South Wales Argus

    A REDUCTION in the train service between Newport and Cardiff for essential modernisation work will see an average for two trains per hour travelling between the cities. The work forms part of Network Rail's Railway Upgrade Plan for Wales, to enable Great Western Railway 's new fleet of Intercity Express Trains to run between London and Cardiff on electricity.

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  5. Late onslaught from Cheetahs not enough in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Iol.co.za

    The Cardiff Blues withstood a late onslaught on their tryline by the Cheetahs to clinch a crucial 25-20 PRO14 victory at Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday night. A second penalty by flyhalf Jarrod Evans just over 10 minutes before the end saw the Blues secure a much-needed four log points that moved them up to fourth in Conference A with 29, while the Cheetahs remain in third in the same group on 41. It all started so promisingly for the visitors, with prop Ox Nche barrelling over the whitewash after a lineout drive was stopped in the fourth minute.

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  6. Looking back at the Isle of Wight February 9, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 10 | Isle of Wight County Press

    Ten years ago: The owner of a Greek restaurant branched out to offer a Polish menu to cater for the growing number of Poles on the Island. Chef Theo Leonis served Polish food and drink at the Village Taverna, Sandown, and had plans to open a second branch in Newport.

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  7. Cardiff's Wedal Road tip is to close - but there is to be no replacementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 9 | IcNetwork

    Cardiff council is to reverse its earlier stated policy of not closing the only tip in north Cardiff until a replacement is identified. Wedal Road Household Waste and Recycling Centre is scheduled to closed on Friday, March 2, it was confirmed on Friday.

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  8. Recycling plant to close in Cardiff amid safety concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 9 | BBC News

    Councillor Michael Michael said the facility was "not fit for purpose" and often created traffic problems due to its location. The council said the decision to close the site was made in February 2014, when plans were made to open the 'super recycling' sites in the city .

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  9. A 110m preferred Cardiff arena site unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 9 | BBC News

    The new venue will hope to attract major artists and events like Adele, the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, and the world gymnastics championships Cardiff Council hope a 15,000-seat arena could be built across two sites in Atlantic Wharf near the county hall in Cardiff Bay. The Principality Stadium and Motorpoint Arena have capacities of 74,000 and 7,000 respectively, but no venue in the city has a capacity between the two.

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  10. Barman killed himself after finding out girlfriend was pregnant by another manRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 9 | Metro UK News

    She said: 'I'm aware he had been having problems with his girlfriend. She said she was suffering from anxiety and he was trying to help her.

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  11. North-south travel links in Wales a 'barrier to tourism'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | BBC News

    The drive time between north and south Wales is a "barrier" to increasing international tourism, according to a UK travel trade body. UK Inbound chief executive Deirdre Wells believes Wales attracts one million foreign tourists a year, spending an estimated A 330m annually.

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  12. Location for new indoor arena in Cardiff revealedRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 8 | IcNetwork

    After evaluating a number of possible locations across the city, Cardiff Council is understood to have selected a 30-acre site, that covers its existing headquarters building at County Hall and the nearby Red Dragon Centre at Atlantic Wharf, in Cardiff Bay, as its preferred location in a project that would bring hundreds of thousands of new high spending visitors into the city and wider Cardiff Capital Region each year. A new indoor arena, at an indicative cost of 100m, has long been identified by the authority as the biggest missing piece in the city's infrastructure offer; enhancing its current strong retail and leisure offer in the city centre and Cardiff Bay, as well as the Principality Stadium for major sporting and concert events.

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  13. Two car crashes on the Island attended by paramedicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | Isle of Wight County Press

    TWO people were taken to hospital with suspected minor injuries following two car crashes on the Island this evening . The first three vehicle collision occurred at around 5pm between Blackwater and Merstone on the main road through Merstone.

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  14. The 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's deathRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 8 | Sunday Herald

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  15. Are You Really Getting the Best Support for Your Microsoft Dynamics Installation, Asks MyCRMRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 8 | Newkerala.com

    NEWPORT, England, Feb. 8: Solution Provider and Software Development Company MyCRM has today announced it has updated its 2018 support plans for Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365 MyCRM believes that providing a level of support to protect any investment in your Microsoft Dynamics makes sense. MyCRM CEO, Alistair Dickinson stated: "The way we provide support to our customers is based on knowledge transfer and focusing on what our customers need, when they need it.

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  16. Penarth 50 years ago: a happy place to beRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | Penarth Times

    AT Last week's meeting of the Penarth Darby and Joan Club, leader Mrs Doris Pawley Evans introduced the visitors, the Rev. J. H. Latham, Minister of Christ Church Congregational, and Mrs Latham, who were given a wonderful reception.

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  17. Shocking economic stats reveal just how far Wales lags behind the rest of the UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | IcNetwork

    Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics reveal the yawning gap between Wales and other parts of the UK in economic terms. The figures show that in the amount of value created by every hour someone worked in Wales - known as the GVA figure - was 17% below the UK average.

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  18. A report reveals the expected damage Brexit will do to the Welsh economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | IcNorthWales

    Wales would suffer a 9.5% hit to GDP if the UK leaves the European Union without an exit deal, according to leaked figures from a UK Government analysis of the consequences of Brexit. The nation would see a 5.5% reduction in GDP even if the UK leaves with a free trade deal under this assessment - and there would still be a 1.5% blow if the country stayed in the single market.

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  19. Penarth, the sea, life and me with Alison PowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 6 | Penarth Times

    I recall thinking that so many of the things I read about, the 1913 Cat and Mouse Act, forced-feeding, the language that was used to describe some of these women campaigning for the vote, was fascinating but thank goodness that was all way back in the past. I was a bright, bold 17-year-old taking my first steps into the adult world and I remember thinking these historical struggles were exactly that, historical.

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  20. South Wales Echo letters: Thursday, February 8, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 8 | IcNetwork

    Living costs have been rising year-on-year in the aftermath of a global capitalist crisis and almost eight years of crippling austerity. Tory politicians never tire of reminding ordinary people that in order to rescue Britain's fragile economy, we have no choice but to tighten our belts.

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