Read the news section title. It says "discuss GNR". I see no reference specifically to "newgnr". Anyway, what exactly is "newgnr"?
(sigh) I'll try to construct a definition and provide a thorough explanation:
"The 'newgnr' is an abbreviation used for the band Guns N' Roses, referring to any lineup after 1996, but most usually referring to the most current lineup. In the evolving body of GN'R, the turning point was 1996 and the departure of Slash - this event by itself marks a beginning of a new era of the band. Thus, since the term "OldGNR" usually stands for any GNR lineup including Slash, the term "NewGNR" can be used for any lineup without Slash, with the exception of the 1985 lineup."