8:04am Tuesday 26th July 2016
Shooting and gun control is one of the most hotly-contested issues of recent times, with strong feelings on both sides. IAN CRAIG takes a look at how the issue relates to people in Wales.
5:00am Friday 22nd July 2016
As Chepstow prepares to mark the 200th birthday of its bridge over the Wye, Martin Wade speaks to one of those organising the commemorations and finds out why he thinks this engineering marvel deserves to be celebrated worldwide.
6:04am Tuesday 19th July 2016
IT'S been a rollercoaster year for the Circuit of Wales project.
5:00am Friday 15th July 2016
They were the Newport men whose choir took the States by storm and sang at the White House, yet few in Gwent have heard of them. MARTIN WADE tells the story of the Gwent Glee Choir.
3:56pm Thursday 14th July 2016
By Jason Smith, of Bikecation Wales
1:11pm Wednesday 13th July 2016
CALDICOT School's motto is “Committed to Achievement” and after a successful 2015, they are hoping to live by their ethos once again this year.
7:05am Wednesday 13th July 2016
Church missionary and former policeman, Rev Victor Owens talks to Luke Jarmyn about his life at the heart of the Gwent community.
6:53am Friday 8th July 2016
A HUNDRED years ago, thousands of Welshmen were thrown into the hellish Battle of Mametz Wood. Among those fighting was a battalion recruited from the coalfields and ironworks of Western Monmouthshire. Martin Wade recalls the 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers or the 'Gwent pals'.
11:38am Friday 8th July 2016
Summer’s here, so it would be rude not get out and enjoy what Monmouthshire and the surrounding area has to offer adventure seekers of all ages, as Jo Barnes finds out...
6:06am Thursday 7th July 2016
INSPIRE, achieve, respect is the motto for Eveswell Primary School.
8:46am Tuesday 5th July 2016
TO modern eyes, the way the Battle of the Somme was reported seems confusing. While our view of the campaign is one of slaughter on a hellish battlefield, the news from the Argus and other papers of the time tells a different story as Martin Wade explains.
6:03am Monday 4th July 2016
A NEWPORT man who became a soldier in a cavalry regiment fought at time when horses gave way to tanks for the first time. Martin Wade tells the story of Percy Lacey who also left his family dramatic pictures of the devastation wrought by the battles on the Somme.
12:30pm Friday 1st July 2016
SPORT is a passion prized by the military. What drives someone to succeed on the pitch will do so on the battle field. Rugby players from Monmouthshire served with distinction in the First World War and two Newport players did so in the Battle of the Somme.
7:23am Friday 1st July 2016
IN an arena of death, they preserved life. They were the unarmed Gwent men who braved enemy fire to bring the wounded from the hellish killing field of Mametz Wood, where so many Welshmen were to die.
7:04am Thursday 30th June 2016
COMMUNITY focus is one of the main aspects of Rogerstone Primary School.
6:00am Friday 24th June 2016
THE shopping streets of Newport have seen times of boom and times of bust with store names famous and not so famous gracing its streets. Some shops survive and some have long gone, but all changed as shopping habits and styles shifted over the years. Martin Wade explores the Newport shops of yesteryear.
7:03am Thursday 23rd June 2016
Magor Church in Wales Primary School has gone through a period of change, our reporter Carys Thomas went to find out.
7:04am Wednesday 22nd June 2016
Malgwyn Davies OBE, 70, from Cwmbran, chairman of St David's Hospice Care and former chief executive of Caerphilly council. He received his OBE for his voluntary services to palliative care and his services to the community.
5:32am Tuesday 21st June 2016
Prom season is officially upon us. From red carpets to £800 dresses, proms are becoming an increasingly big deal in Gwent.
6:00am Friday 17th June 2016
SHE was a cosmopolitan reporter for the Argus; drama critic and holder of a Doctorate. One of her biggest jobs for the paper was covering the Queen's state visit to Paris in 1957. Martin Wade tells the story of a most cultured Argus writer, Beatrice Worthing.