12:01pm Thursday 19th January 2017
Torfaen’s biggest primary school this year celebrates its 11th anniversary and continues to build on an excellent reputation.
11:54am Wednesday 18th January 2017
FORMER Welsh Road Race champion, president of the Welsh Cycling Union and the longest serving director of the national governing body of British Cycling, Bill Owen talks to Angharad Williams about his early life, health troubles and his MBE.
11:50am Wednesday 18th January 2017
THE NHS is never far from an argument over the c-word – crisis – and we are in the midst of an almighty one over the state of emergency care. ANDY RUTHERFORD reports on winter pressures, fears over investment, and efforts to ease demand on frontline services.
10:43am Friday 13th January 2017
JEFF Wood was brought up on stories of the death of his uncle Richard ‘Dickie’ Beal, a Newport seaman, who was one of 20 from Monmouthshire who died when the Caledonian Monarch sunk with all hands.
6:03am Thursday 12th January 2017
A UNIQUE school that strives for success continues to place its pupils at the heart of its activities.
7:26am Friday 6th January 2017
BY JUNE 1940 it was clear that Britain was facing great danger. Our allies in Western Europe had fallen one by one as the German Blitzkrieg had tore through their defences.
6:02am Thursday 5th January 2017
AS a haven for young people with severe learning difficulties, Cwmbran's Crownbridge School has built a unrivalled reputation for giving its pupils the best start in life.
5:50am Thursday 22nd December 2016
THE CHRISTMAS of a hundred years ago saw Gwent and the rest of the country two years into bloody conflict. Although the war impinged on the festivities, much stayed the same. MARTIN WADE loos at the Christmas of 1916 through the eyes of the Argus.
10:41am Thursday 15th December 2016
WARIO Denebo, 37, Southern Oromia, in East Africa, talks to ESTEL FARELL-ROIG about his life and how he ended up being an asylum seeker living in Newport.
10:39am Thursday 15th December 2016
HAVING previously been a separate junior school, infant and nursery with two head teachers, St Julian’s Primary School, Newport, was amalgamated with the stand-alone nursery in the same grounds in 2009.
6:01am Tuesday 13th December 2016
The most recent PISA results - which compare achievement in maths, science and reading among 15-year-olds across the world - were released last week, painting a grim picture of Wales' education system.
5:48am Friday 9th December 2016
EVIDENCE of human life left in the mud of the Severn Estuary have given a fascinating glimpse into life on the Gwent Levels many thousands of years ago during the Stone Age. MARTIN WADE investigates the Mesolithic footprints in the mud at Goldcliff.
2:33pm Tuesday 6th December 2016
It is often billed as a day of shopping madness, but for the second year running, shops across Gwent remained quiet on Black Friday. LUKE JARMYN investigates.
5:32am Friday 2nd December 2016
A PROJECT hopes to uncover stories of the hundreds of Newport men from Lysaghts steelworks who went to fight on the First World War. MARTIN WADE finds out more.
9:55am Wednesday 30th November 2016
I grew up in Newport in the Baneswell area as the youngest of two children.
7:03am Friday 25th November 2016
Newport has a special connection with the sea and hundreds of her sons lost their lives there in the service of the Merchant Navy in the two world wars.
1:38pm Tuesday 22nd November 2016
Every September when the new school year comes around there’s always a bit of controversy that comes with it. School uniforms.
5:39am Friday 18th November 2016
A HUNDRED years ago today, the bloodiest battle the British Army had ever fought was brought to a close. MARTIN WADE tells how the Battle of the Somme was ended.
8:28am Friday 11th November 2016
IN THE first years of peace after the end of the First World War, cities, towns and villages across the country erected monuments to their dead. They all had suffered and had seen many of their men march to war never to return. Many of those who did come back bore terrible scars, both physical and mental. The memorials were an expression in stone of the trauma visited on these places.
11:31am Wednesday 9th November 2016
Former Caerphilly and Islwyn mayor, Michael Gray, recently retired as a councillor for Cross Keys area after 30 years of service. Chris Binding investigates.