SKIPPER Jacques Rudolph passed 10,000 List A runs with a masterly 121 as Glamorgan began their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign with an 18-run South Group win over Gloucestershire under Duckworth-Lewis at Bristol.
The two cats, named Louie and Scoob, were put to sleep on veterinary advice with symptoms consistent with poisoning.
A PUB renovator from Cwmbran has escaped an immediate prison sentence after allowing one of his properties to be used as a drugs factory.
TICKETS have now gone on sale for a musical extravaganza to celebrate our 125th anniversary in May.
HUNDREDS of people flooded to a rural church today to say goodbye to the leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council.
THOMAS Davies is determined to show that he deserves to be given the 1 jersey more frequently next season when he starts for Newport Gwent Dragons against Edinburgh this evening.
A REPORT into the long-delayed Circuit of Wales project which slammed decisions made by the Welsh Government to hand over £9.3 million of public money to the scheme has been met with a mixed reaction.
THE Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has launched the search for a successor to chief constable Jeff Farrar.
A SEVEN per cent increase in recorded crime in Gwent during 2016 does not represent an actual increase, the area’s Police and Crime Commissioner has insisted.
ACTION must be taken to tackle pollution in Islwyn and across the UK, the area’s MP has said.
DEFENDER Scot Bennett could return to the starting XI for Saturday’s crucial clash at Carlisle United after recovering from a hamstring strain.
A MAN armed with several knives has been arrested in Whitehall on suspicion of planning a terror attack, Scotland Yard said.
ST JOSEPH’S star Lee Selby will defend his IBF world featherweight crown against Argentina’s Jonathan Victor Barros in Las Vegas on June 27.
A PONTYPOOL woman and her partner have set up a website to help locate lost dogs following the disappearance and recovery of her sister’s pooch.
COWS were reportedly loose on the A40 near Monmouth earlier this morning after the trailer carrying them overturned.
LOOSEHEAD Thomas Davies will make his first Guinness PRO12 start since the second week of the season when Newport Gwent Dragons take on Edinburgh at Myreside tomorrow (kick-off 7.35pm).
GOALKEEPER Joe Day is happy to put talks about his future on hold until Newport County AFC are safe from relegation.
DOUBLE Grand Slam-winning Wales lock Ian Evans has retired from professional rugby because of an incapacitating knee injury.
Prestige and classic car sales specialist Ellani Cars is opening a new car warehouse in Chepstow.
A MAGNIFICENT country house believed to date from the Victorian era set in 17 acres of parkland, this property features a swimming pool with pool house, coach house and stable block.
PEOPLE have less than two weeks to spend or bank their old paper fivers before they lose their legal tender status.
42ND Street opened at the Dolman Theatre to a full house last night and finished to a standing ovation.
FOOTBALL fans will be able to get some special merchandise and memorabilia at a new pop-up shop that opens tomorrow.
MONMOUTH MP David Davies has waged a public battle about many aspects of the Circuit of Wales plan for Ebbw Vale, especially surrounding the use of public money.
MORE than 200 unlicensed medicinal uses are set to be added to guidelines for drug-prescribing doctors and clinicians across the UK, following campaigning by a Gwent MP.
YOUNGSTERS at Welsh language schools must have access to Welsh language textbooks, Wales’ education secretary Kirsty Williams has said.
POLICE are appealing for information after a van was broken into in Fleur-de-Lys.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a council stalwart and former Mayor of Newport, who is retiring from public life after 36 years.
WALES is “an afterthought” in the UK Government’s Brexit negotiations, Torfaen MP Nick Thomas-Symonds claimed in Parliament yesterday, Wednesday.
A RECOMMENDATION that the Welsh Government does not fund HIV prevention treatment PrEP, has been described as “short-sighted” by a leading charity.
PERSECUTION of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) people in Chechnya and other parts of Eastern Europe has been branded “barbaric” by Newport West MP Paul Flynn.
CASTLES in Wales will come alive this weekend.
GWENT Police are appealing for information to help locate a quad bike stolen from a garage in Penygarn.
NEWPORT Gwent Dragons boss Kingsley Jones believes Wales centre Tyler Morgan will be able to hit top gear next year thanks to racking up the miles this season.
A CWMBRAN teenager will appear for a contested hearing trial in June after pleading not guilty to four assault offences.
THE Newport County AFC Academy under-18s’ unbeaten run to the EFL Youth Alliance Merit League 1 title has seen two of the Exiles’ talented teens catch the eye of Premier League scouts.
NEWPORT will have a new captain calling the shots when they start the defence of their South Wales Premier Cricket League title tomorrow.
IT’S often the hardest decisions that are the easiest to make. It can be empowering when you’ve been in a situation where you have to make a call that, from the outside at least, is tough.
A NEW car park on a greenfield area in Monmouth has been given the go-ahead, after years of planning.
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NESTLED in the heart of a sleepy residential area is a school bursting with creativity and energy.
FOUR out of five children feel social media companies are not doing enough to protect them from pornography, self-harm, bullying, and hatred on their sites, NSPCC and O2 research has found.
A BLAENAU Gwent dancing group is paying tribute to a musical icon by launching a fundraising drive for solar energy, writes Mica Soellner.
WALKERS from across Torfaen put their best feet forward to help raise awareness for a Welsh kidney charity.
WRIGHT Dorothy Wright (Nee Stephens) Formally of Homeforge, Monmouth, died peacefully on Thursday 20th April 2017 aged 95 years at the Old Parsonage, her last home. Born in Newport Monmouthshire on 13th September 1921 to Gwendoline and Vivian Charles…
THORLEY Peacefully after a long illness on 17th April 2017 at her home in Pontnewynydd Mary aged 78 years. Dearly loved wife of John, cherished Mam to Mark and Ceri, treasured Nan to Marc, Hannah, Tom and Lewis. Mary will be sadly missed by all her…
WEBB John Michael Sadly on Saturday 8th April 2017 at the Royal Gwent hospital John passed away he will be greatly missed by his loving family ,John is resting at green willow funeral home at Pillmawr Road, Malpas until his funeral on Wednesday 3rd May…
FLAGE Mary Lifelong friend of Vivienne and (the late Brian Verren), Julie, Clare and families. 57 years of great memories never to be forgotten.
PALMER Tess Treasured memories of Tess dearest best friend of Ruth, dearly loved friend of Bill and Sharon.