Top 10 Video Game Weapons
What makes a good video game weapon? What defines a weapon in a game that you'll remember? Is it the history behind it? Maybe it's the character that wields it? Whatever it is, it can't be argued that weapons in video games have begun to take on a life of their own. Some weapons can instantly…VideoGameWeaponsRead More
Eid is Trending and Jon Snow Has Gone Viral?!
So today is the day! Well, by the time you read this, it will be the day after. Eid celebrations have begun, food is plentiful, relatives are endless, and gifts just keep on coming! The day starts off with breakfast and the men head off to the mosque for morning prayers. We dress up and…EidRamadanGazaRead More
Open Doors: Newport's Oldest Charity Shop
One of Newport’s oldest charity shops opened its doors to our reporter, to talk about the shop and how it’s coping with the recent closure of Marks & Spencer in the City Centre. The Oxfam shop, based on Corn Street in Newport City Centre, opened in December 1971 – meaning, as the shop enters its…OxfamShopHistoryRead More
Nightshift -The Commodores
The Commodores caught the attention of the American public, while performing the opening act on a Jackson 5 tour: They signed with Tamla Motown in 1972. The Commodores were at the peak of their success in the late 1970's & early 1980's, while Lionel Richie was still part of the band. The band say they…NightshiftTheCommodoresRead More
‘Vanishing Spray’ to be used in JP Trophy
The Football League has announced that it will trial the use of ‘vanishing spray’ as used by officials in the Brazilian World Cup in this year’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. The spray is used by referees to mark out the 10-yards between the wall and the football when a free-kick is awarded, in order to prevent either side from gaining an advantage in terms of increasing/decreasing the margin. The markings then disappear after a short period of time leaving no trace on the pitch. Despite the…VanishingSprayJPTrophyRead More
Impressive County see off Coventry
Newport County put in a strong performance to see off League One outfit Coventry City 1-0 at Spytty Park this evening.
Ismail Yakubu headed in the only goal of the game following good build up play including Shaun Jeffers, the impressive Mark Byrne and Lee Minshull.
The Sky Blues fielded a strong side while Justin Edinburgh made four changes from the 1-0 win against Carl Zeiss Jena with Ismail Yakubu, Yan Klukowski, Ryan Jackson and Shaun Jeffers coming in to the starting lineup.
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Salmonsfest Adam King
Mar 29, 2014 1:55 pm
Scouting for Girls, the Feeling and the GLC are headlining this year's Salmonsfest in Usk from August 22-24! This year's festival promises to be bigger and better with three days of music, entertainment, food and drink all in the grounds of the Three Salmons Hotel. FestivalMusicUskRead More