A CAR for five to 10-year-olds will launch at Newport Stadium next week.
THREE heads of service roles within Newport City Council are set for a pay increase in the region of £10,000 after councillors voted in favour of amending the pay grades.
IT was a moment of madness from defender Dan Butler that ultimately sealed Warren Feeney’s fate.
CAPTAIN Scot Bennett says the Newport County AFC players are just as much to blame for the club’s poor start to the season as Warren Feeney, who was sacked this morning.
A PARENT has removed her child from a Newport school following revelations about a teacher that emerged in a employment tribunal.
YOUNGSTERS across Newport and Cwmbran can enjoy free trips to the cinema later this year as the world’s biggest youth film festival returns to Gwent.
NEWPORT aim to ensure a hard-fought away win proves to be a turning point by becoming the second Gwent side to derail Merthyr's impressive start to life in the Principality Premiership tomorrow evening (kick-off 7.15pm).
PLANS to bring the commercial functions of Cadw and National Museum Wales together have moved a step closer.
AN ABERCARN woman has raised more than £1,000 having her hair shaved off in support of her husband who has cancer.
A NEWPORT man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a couple in Cardiff city centre.
CHILDREN from a Caldicot School recently won a poster competition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Severn Bridge.
THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised for a Pontypool-based charity thanks to the fundraising efforts of a Newport chip shop.
MEMBERS of the Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK) group in Newport raised more than £200 at an event on Monday.
A MOTION on the number of people that Monmouthshire County Council employs on zero-hour contracts led to a lengthy debate between councillors.
FORMER Cheltenham Town boss Mark Yates has been installed as the bookies’ favourite to replace Warren Feeney as Newport County AFC manager.
HUNDREDS of sports fans turned out to support an appeal to help a Cwmbran teenager to talk.
CAN someone explain why the variable speed restrictions on the M4 are still active at 9.30pm? Every Wednesday on our return from Magor these speed restrictions of 50mph-60mph are active from the Coldra to the Brynglas Tunnels. There is virtually no…
OCTOBER sees the return of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Tenovus Cancer Care is asking people to go pink and raise money to help breast cancer patients and their families. Every year, around 2,800 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Wales,…
GEORGE Osborne assured us that house prices would tumble by 18 per cent. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England warn about a technical recession this year after Brexit. Before the referendum OECD tried to claim that a Leave vote would cause…
I MAY be in a minority or even possibly a silent majority, but I am quite happy with the new recycling arrangements. It’s not rocket science - plastics and cans in a red bag, cardboard and glass in a green box, paper, textiles and small electricals…
I WOULD like to recommend to your readers a small but wonderful exhibition in the Newport City Museum. The theme is the home front during the Great War. It is thought-provoking and the attention to detail is incredible. I understand it was created by…
I WOULD like to respond to the recent article in which Mr Gough from the Halfway Hotel in Cwmbran criticises Torfaen council for introducing charges to remove recycling from his pub. First of all I would like to make it clear that business rates,…
LAST night Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’ took to the stage of the New Theatre, and the people of Cardiff drew in to see a play which has been running for more than 60 years.
NEWPORT County have sacked manager Warren Feeney after a start to the season that has left them at the bottom of the League Two table.
A TWENTY-ONE-year-old Blaenavon man has been arrested and charged with robbery in connection with an incident at a property on Tuesday.
The tastiest of Newport’s events is coming to the city this Saturday: the Tiny Rebel Newport Food and Drink Festival 2016. ESTEL FARELL-ROIG reports.
PROJECT leaders behind a proposed Torfaen recovery centre housing ex-offenders and recovering drug users, met with concerned residents at a public meeting this month.
ROB Howley has called on Wales internationals Hallam Amos and Tyler Morgan to be at the heart of driving standards up at Newport Gwent Dragons.
THESE pictures show this morning's beautiful sunrise in Gwent.
A CAMPAIGN to protect Pontypool War Memorial from being “abused and desecrated” by illegal parking has taken a step forward, after Torfaen council agreed to install bollards.
RESIDENTS and relatives at a Torfaen assisted living home are planning a protest outside the office of a Torfaen social landlord over plans to remove their meal service.
WEEKS after taking on the role as Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent, Eleri Thomas MBE spoke to NIALL GRIFFITHS about her Swiss upbringing, her volunteering overseas and her career-long crusade to protect the rights of the child.
THE mum of a former Monmouthshire teenager has paid tribute to her "baby boy" after he died in a motorcycle accident in Australia.
THEY'RE misery-mongers who believe every silver lining has a dark cloud attached. Newport’s lot constantly run down the city.
A COLLEGE construction lecturer accused of sexual harassment has described his comments as ‘banter’, a disciplinary hearing has heard.
A GROUP of travellers have set up camp in the Newport Stadium car park
A GRANT paid towards tuition fees for Welsh students should be scrapped and replaced with a system that supports living costs, a review has concluded.
A CHEPSTOW mum has spoken of her anger after her daughter received a uniform breach warning because of the chunky sole on her shoes.
A CWMBRAN pensioner has called for action after spending weeks battling a fly infestation in his home following the death of a neighbour.
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CROCKER On 20th September 2016, Gerald Roy of Star Street, Cwmbran passed away very peacefully at Llanyrafon Court Care Home aged 88 years. Beloved brother of the late Edie, Kathleen, Marion and Gracie, sadly missed by all his family. Funeral Tuesday…
HASKINS Margaret (6 years) Everyday in some small way, we miss you more than words can say, In our heart you will always stay, loved and remembered every day. Forever in our hearts, Love always Sylvia, Clare, Alison, Chris and Great Grandchildren.…
HOURIHANE Terence On Wednesday 14th September peacefully at Caerleon House Nursing home, Terry aged 94, Beloved husband of the late Olive, loving father to Katherine and the late Graham, cherished grandfather and great-grandfather. He will be greatly…
EDWARDS Peacefully on the 17th September 2016, David Edwards of Cwmbran, formerly of Ebbw Vale. Beloved husband of Linda, Devoted father of Mark and brother of Ann, Alan, Robert and Eric. Funeral Thursday 6th October, service 12.30pm at St Peter's…
PRICE Marilyn Jeanette (nee Baylis) On Sunday 25th September peacefully at the Royal Gwent Hospital, after a long illness, Marilyn, aged 70, devoted wife of John, loving mum to Caroline, Michelle, Gary and Ray, cherished grandmother and…
RICHARDS (Nee Pitt) Eileen Peacefully at Caerleon House Nursing Home on September 20th 2016 surrounded by her family, Eileen of Usk, aged 84. Beloved wife of the late Ken, much loved mother of Nigel, Nicholas and Sarah, mother in law to Linda and…
CRONAN June With broken hearts we saw you begin your journey to a place free from pain. We loved you so much, My Beautiful Mother, re-united with Dad. Forever in our thoughts. Love Jan & Terry. XX
CRONAN June Goodnight, Godbless, My Dear Sister. Love always, Shirley, Derek & family.