Newport Bus Cuts

Bus services across the city are being cut. Residents from all over Newport have been in touch with their concerns and how the cuts will limit their ability to get around, especially in the evenings when the most severe cuts are happening. Read more

About Me

My name is Ryan Jones, I’m proud to introduce myself as the Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for the Newport West by-election on April 4th. Before I spend the next couple of weeks traversing our community asking for your vote, I wanted you to know a little bit about me. I hope to get to know you all much better over the course of the next month.

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Welsh Lib Dems Announce Ryan Jones as Candidate for Newport West

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have announced Ryan Jones as their candidate for the Newport West Parliamentary by-election on April 4th.

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'We will invest £750k in our parks' say Lib Dems

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Newport Liberal Democrats, alongside launching a campaign against neglect to local play parks, have revealed their plans to invest £750,000 in play areas over a five year period if they regain administration of the council after the local elections next year.

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Lib Dems launch campaign to stop play park cuts

key_sign.jpgLib Dems launch campaign to put an end to the city council closing local play parks.

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Residents' fury as rejected development could get green light

 

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Newport's Remembrance Service

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Employees need clarity for the future

Newport, Wales – Paul Halliday, Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for Newport East has called on Tata Steel to be clear and upfront with employees after their decision to sell their UK steel interests. Speaking about the news Paul Halliday said:

“This news brings a lot of uncertainty to employees working for Tata steel. The site at Llanwern continues to be a major employer in the region and this news has far reaching consequences. Right now we need to make sure Tata are as clear as possible with employees about their future.”

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COUNCIL say NO to crossing

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A campaign to get a crossing point built on Caerleon Road close to the junction with Beaufort Road has been rejected by Newport Council.

Local residents for some time have voiced concerns that there is no safe crossing point along this part of Caerleon Road.  The Council in their reply have said a lack of money and physical site constraints mean a crossing cannot be provided.

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Questions Raised Over Eastfield Road

Residents around Eastfield Road have raised concerns over the development of eight one bedroom flats on the site of a number of former garages.

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St Julians Rd trees to be replaced

A managed programme to replace the horse chestnut trees in the central reservation in St Julian’s Rd is under way.

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