Mon October 21, 2019
- I will 'always' protect my family, says Prince Harry - The Duke of Sussex tells ITV he does not want "a repeat of the past" with his wife in the spotlight.
- Court asked to consider if PM's Brexit delay tactic is lawful - Scottish judges will consider whether he tried to "frustrate" the Benn Act by sending two letters to the EU.
- Brexit: Johnson 'has the numbers' in Commons to pass deal, says Raab - The government insists it will still meet the 31 October deadline, despite sending a letter asking for an extension.
- Cancer research: Scientists seek clues to how disease 'is born' - Cancer researchers from the UK and US are teaming up to search for the very earliest signs of cancer.
The Duke of Sussex tells ITV he does not want "a repeat of the past" with his wife in the spotlight.
Scottish judges will consider whether he tried to "frustrate" the Benn Act by sending two letters to the EU.
The government insists it will still meet the 31 October deadline, despite sending a letter asking for an extension.
Cancer researchers from the UK and US are teaming up to search for the very earliest signs of cancer.
Most big banks in London have called in extra staff to react to a potentially volatile trading session.
Four people died in 1869 during riots after an English colliery manager cut Welsh miners' wages.
The government changes the wording on its Get Ready for Brexit website after Saturday's vote.
Andy Murray wins his first singles title since career-saving hip surgery by beating Stan Wawrinka in the European Open final.
Mark Denning, who managed billions of dollars of investors' money, broke investment rules, the BBC finds.
The 17-year-olds who were killed in Milton Keynes are named locally as Dom Ansah and Ben Gillham-Rice.
A dramatic late Ross Moriarty try books Wales a World Cup semi-final place as Warren Gatland's side come from behind to beat France 20-19.
The 38-year-old victim was found fatally injured in a road on Thursday night and died on Saturday.
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 14th March 2013
BRUSHES AND MOPS AT THE READY! Many members of our community make their mark on our local streets by joining various local newport-fc.co.uk cleaning initiatives throughout the community in a bid to keep our parks, streets, roads and pavements looking clean and look after.
Posted by Administrator : Tuesday 12th March 2013
KEEP THE WHOLE FAMILY IN TIP TOP SHAPE. Family life can be hectic and keeping up with the fast pace of it can be difficult, which also means having regular healthy meals can be easier said than done.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 11th March 2013
INVESTING IN THE LOCAL WORKFORCE. The newport-fc.co.uk council and government have tried many initiatives over the years, one being local apprenticeships.
Posted by Administrator : Saturday 9th March 2013
KEEPING YOU ON YOUR TOES! It is important to keep up to date and on your toes when it comes to local fraud and scams. There are so many currently out there it is important you are aware of the more common and frequent ones.
Posted by Administrator : Saturday 2nd March 2013
THERE IS NOTHING WORNG WITH A GOOD LOCAL. It is no secret that our local pubs have suffered in the last decade due to numerous factors such changing nightlife trends (Bars and Clubs), the recession (meaning people have less to spend), alcohol awareness campaigns, the general costs of ale and rent and increases in government tax’s on alcoholic beverages.
Posted by Administrator : Thursday 28th February 2013
HOW EASY IS IT TO SPOT A LOCAL COWBOY TRADER? There are numerous reasons why cowboy builders get away with their bad practices and carry on working in the community such as people not asking for verified references, no signed contract, not obtaining at least 3 other quotes to compare, clients naturally go for the cheapest quote and some residents or businesses are impatient and choose not to wait for the best builder.
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