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Newcastle First Backs McCabe4Mayor

The Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party has this week thrown its weight behind John McCabe’s campaign to be the first Elected Mayor for the North of Tyne. John McCabe is the only independent candidate in the mayoral election and he has committed himself to: Closing the economic gap between the North of Tyne
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Who Sold Sugley Dene?

Residents of Dumpling Hall and Lemington are concerned about the apparent sale of the southern half of Sugley Dene. Warning signs were put up stating there should be no trespassing as it was private land. Documents show it was originally owned by the council. John Gordon (pictured below at Sugley Dene) said:
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Communal Bin Chaos

Residents have condemned Labour’s latest savage cut which could see the removal of thousands of bins from Newcastle. They are pressing ahead with the roll out of the controversial communal bins across the city. In areas where they have been introduced, residents have complained that the communal bins are filled
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Labour’s Controversial Parks Proposal

Labour's Controversial Parks Proposal Unveiled   Kim McGuinness, Labour councillor for Lemington, has admitted that there has been “a notable decline” in the quality of play areas in Newcastle since Labour took control of the council and that it is now “policy to remove play equipment rather than replace it”.
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A1 Link Road Saved?

Local campaigners were celebrating after learning that Highways England is unlikely to be closing the Birchfield Gardens access to the Western Bypass when they widen and reduce the speed limit along the A1 between Scotswood and Brunton. Jason Smith, who was recently re-selected as the Newcastle First spokesman for
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School Crossing Patrols Nick-ed

As school crossing patrols disappear across Newcastle, the Leader of the Newcastle upon Tyne Community First Party has described his anger at the loss of such a vital service. Jason Smith said: "The Labour administration protected councillor jobs by insisting that Newcastle needs to keep its 78 councillors. Our
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