A HOMECOMING Parade for soldiers from 1st Battalion The Rifles took place yesterday at Beachley Barracks, Chepstow.
CLEANERS working at a university have said they “are just about living” because they are underpaid.
A GOLFER who suffered life changing injuries in a motorcycle crash is celebrating after being invited to compete in disabled golf competitions in Europe and afar.
THE story of Joan of Arc, a classical ballet and a Broadway Musical are among several events being brought to the big screen by Vue Cardiff in the coming weeks.
A 48 HOUR dispersal order has been set in the Tredegar area, following reports of anti-social behaviour.
DESPITE seeing his side miss out on the knockout stages of this season’s competition, James Chapron reckons the British & Irish Cup has been of great value to him and his players.
STUART Davies, chief executive of Newport RFC and Newport Gwent Dragons, has hit back at Graham Westley’s criticism of the Rodney Parade pitch.
CONCERNS about the future of Wales’ oldest cinema have been raised with further delays to their planned reopening date.
NATURAL Resource Wales (NRW) and Gwent Police have issued a joint warning after passers-by found metal traps placed on track trails on Caerphilly Mountain.
NEWPORT County AFC manager Graham Westley has added an 11th new player to his squad this month with the signing of midfielder Mitchell Rose – the younger brother of Tottenham Hotspur and England defender Danny Rose.
A LIVE screening of The Bolshoi Ballet’s production of The Sleeping Beauty from Moscow will take place at The Drill Hall, Lower Church Street, Chepstow on Sunday, January 22, at 3pm.
BARNET'S John Akinde may be the joint top scorer in League Two with 18 goals so far this season but Newport County AFC manager Graham Westley is confident his defence can handle the powerful striker.
A MAGNIFICENT seven Newport Gwent Dragons players have made head coach Jason Strange’s squad for Wales Under-20s’ defence of their Six Nations title.
Newport-based law firm HardingEvans has appointed a new head of private client.
WELSH singer/songwriter Darren Parry releases his new single The Grass Ain’t Always Greener on January 28.
A COUPLE'S unruly birthday celebrations at a five-star hotel ended with one of them being tasered twice after assaulting a police officer.
WING Ashton Hewitt will miss Newport Gwent Dragons’ European Rugby Challenge Cup shoot-out with Brive on Saturday.
A car spares business has bought a 15,000 sq ft unit in Crumlin for £465,000.
ALL the things you thought you knew about dinosaurs are probably wrong, or at least that’s what visitors to a new family show presented by Ben Garrod at Newport Riverfront in February will see.
LEGENDARY singer, performer and actor Donny Osmond will be playing Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on January 26 as part of his first solo concert tour of the UK in four years while celebrating 50 years in show business.
THE 20th anniversary tour of Lord of the Dance is set to play at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall with four shows from January 27 –29, 2017.
RUMOURS of Fleetwood Mac return to St David’s Hall on January 25 to celebrate nearly five decades of iconic music.
FOR such a mild-mannered chap, Stephen K Amos has recently been feeling quite annoyed. Thankfully, this talented comic who has been wooing audiences across three decades now, is not keeping that annoyance to himself; instead he’ll be offloading it…
DENDY Vickery has every reason to support and fundraise for St David’s Hospice Care.
CLEANERS working at a local university have said they are unable to go out socially and “are just about living” because they are underpaid.
EXACTLY 100 years separate the birth dates of Peter Fielding and his great-grandfather John Fielding.
JIM Davidson OBE will be commemorating over four decades in show business when he brings his autobiographical stage play 40 Years On, to Newport’s Neon on February 10.
ST JOSEPH’S star Andrew Selby has vowed to live up to his ‘Superstar’ nickname when he challenges WBC international flyweight champion Ardin Diale next month.
THE 1980s might have been the decade that fashion forgot but there was some great music around, so much so that some of the biggest names of that decade are back and visiting South Wales in the coming months. Andy Howells checks out five great shows…
A PET charity which helps find new homes for cats, rabbits and dogs has officially opened its first centre in Wales.
PIGEONS have become the talk of Caldicot town centre, with councillors aiming to crack down on residents and visitors feeding them.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a popular former teacher.
The Argus’ 125 Appeal has taken the region by storm as people come up with fun and innovative ideas to celebrate our anniversary.
THERE is just one week left to send in your nominations for the Argus’ Pride of Gwent Awards.
GWENT Police are looking for 33-year-old Francis Doherty who has breached his licence conditions after being been released from prison on 4th February 2016.
JUST over two years after being a hero in France, fly-half Angus O'Brien hopes to repeat the trick without the element of surprise in Newport Gwent Dragons' must-win European Rugby Challenge Cup clash against Brive.
WE face a tough task in our bid for the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup tomorrow but we are determined to make sure we leave Brive with no regrets.
LOAN star Josh Sheehan is available to play at Barnet tomorrow and manager Graham Westley remains confident that he will stay at Newport County AFC until the summer.
NEWPORT Gwent Dragons Premiership Select XV boss James Chapron says their British and Irish Cup clash with Bedford Blues is no dead rubber because there are contracts to be earned, writes Chris Kirwan.
THE world stage premiere of the powerful courtroom thriller The Verdict, starring two of Britain’s finest actors - Clive Mantle and Jack Shepherd, comes to the New Theatre, Cardiff from Tuesday, February 7 to Saturday, February 11.
CHOCOLATE company Thorntons is recalling thousands of its hollow milk chocolate ‘Jolly Santas’ as they could contain a piece of plastic.
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TOTAL recorded crime in Gwent rose by four per cent in the 12 months to September 2016, compared to the previous year.
YOUNGSTERS at a Newport secondary school have been shortchanged in favour of others in better condition, it has been claimed.
THE family of a "much loved" man have issued an emotional plea to help pay for his funeral.
A FACEBOOK trader from Cwmbran has been sentenced to a community order and fined after pleading guilty to offences relating to the sale and possession of nearly 150 counterfeit items.
PRICE (Mary) Treasured memories of my dear Sister Mary, all my love Dawn.