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  • 'Now is the worst time for nurses'

    "POOR pay, poor working conditions, little respect from the public and long hours." This description of the lot of nurses today is not des-igned to shock. It is simply something Eirlys Warring-ton would tell anyone emb-arking on a career in nursing in

  • Cup holders out as Cardiff grabs late try

    HOLDERS Newport are out of the Principality Cup after being narrowly beaten 20-14 by Cardiff, their biggest rivals in a penalty-ridden quarter-final at the Arms Park last night. It means Newport will have to wait an eighth year before they can try again

  • 'No trace of body on riverbanks'

    SEARCH and rescue dogs yesterday failed to find any trace of the body of the person whose feet were washed up on the banks of the River Severn last weekend. Police in Caldicot say they are now confident the remains are not on the banks of the river near

  • Newport RFC in talks with Australian

    A COMPLETE outsider has emerged as a candidate to be the next Newport rugby coach. He is Alan Gaffney, an Australian currently assistant coach with top Irish province Leinster who have beaten Newport three times this season. Ian McIntosh is expected to

  • Newport out of Principality Cup

    WAIT until Cardiff come to Rodney Parade in the league at the end of next month - that was the message from the Newport camp after the holders were knocked out of the Principality Cup 20-14 in a rip-roaring quarter-final at the Arms Park last night. It

  • Keep your apology, graves widow tells council

    A GRIEVING widow whose husband was buried in the same grave as three unrelated babies has told council chiefs: "You can keep your apology". Gail Williams hit out after Newport council said it was sorry for any upset caused to people whose loved ones were