Glebelands builder acts to protect local residents

Developer Darran Watts was quick to act when he was told lorries bringing fill material to his building site at The Glebelands were acting illegally.

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KWIK FIT – SLOW WIT!

Tyre firm drag their heels with danger building held up by scaffolding.

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Beechwood Park Wardens cut again

Once again, the number of park wardens – who look after parks such as Beechwood – have been cut back. In the latest round, another two posts have gone as a result of Labour Council spending cuts.

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New planning applications for the Lawns Clubs

Two new planning applications have been submitted for the former Lawns Club site in Kensington Grove.

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Polling station move

The location of the Christchurch Road polling station is under threat by Labour Councillors. 

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PIGEONS STILL RULE THE MAINDEE ROOST

Labour councillors were quick to try to take the credit when wire mesh appeared under the railway bridge in Chepstow Road.

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Save Caerleon Campus Poster

A number of you have asked for the poster that we have started to distribute around Newport. 

Click HERE to download a copy you can print out.

We would really appreciate you printing this out and displaying it in your window. The more people we can get to sign the petition the more pressure we can put on the University.

Thank You

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GIMME SHELTER!

A decade on and Network Rail still shirking PIGEON DROPPINGS under the railway bridge in Chepstow Road are still a health and safety hazard, despite years of campaigning.

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What they found shocked them

Mike Hamilton and Jhons Ramirez set out to walk around the Victoria ward to see whether the area is being maintained properly by the Labour councillors and by Labour bosses at the civic centre.

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Clean-ups do a job but hide real problem of neglect

The clean-up organised by Maindee Action Group cleared the path from Corporation Road to Maindee Primary School. It was a great example of community spirit, but three weeks later the footpath was as bad as ever and there were still hypodermic needles in the undergrowth. This is by a path used by schoolchildren. Needles used by drug users are regarded as a major health issue,

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