Monmouthshire Living is the new name for Monmouthshire County Life, a bi-monthly, glossy mag packed with features about the county.
The magazine has a new look but we still chat to local people, list local events, visit local landmarks and help you enjoy all the fantastic things Monmouthshire has to offer.
Monmouthshire is a beautiful county incorporating mountains in the north and the Wye Valley to the east. It counts Abergavenny, Monmouth, Chepstow and Usk among its towns and is packed with fantastic pubs and restaurants, places to go for scenic walks, interesting independent shops, and as much history as any one could want.
1:43pm Monday 22nd May 2017
THE Connect Gwent hub, based in the former Blackwood Police Station social club building, brought a range of agencies and organisations together under one roof to improve the way victims of crime are dealt with.
8:31am Friday 19th May 2017
NO action of this horrific war equals the bombing of the town of Guernica. The Basque town was all but destroyed in a deliberate aerial bombardment by Italian and German Nazi aircraft.
8:40am Friday 19th May 2017
“My parents moved from England to Dolgellau where he got a job as an architect with the council. We moved around a lot when I was a child because of his job and then we moved up to Anglesey when I was six-years-old.
10:17am Friday 12th May 2017
THEY are the people who combine soldiering with regular jobs in shops, factories and offices. They choose to serve their country their spare time and most of them are based in Gwent.
7:02am Thursday 4th May 2017
A SCHOOL which prides itself on the children’s wellbeing and happiness.
6:23am Wednesday 3rd May 2017
“I was brought up in Caldicot and my mother had three children by the time she was 20.
4:19pm Tuesday 2nd May 2017
TWENTY-FIVE years ago more than two million visitors descended on Gwent for the Ebbw Vale Garden Festival.
9:03am Friday 28th April 2017
NEWPORT man Trevor Berry is 83 now but he remembers his father, Sapper Cecil Phillip Berry, leaving to fight in France in 1940.
6:05am Thursday 27th April 2017
NESTLED in the heart of a sleepy residential area is a school bursting with creativity and energy.
6:02am Wednesday 26th April 2017
IT’S not uncommon to hear politicians claim they have the party they represent in their blood.
7:00am Friday 21st April 2017
WITH Dr Who, Casualty and a host of other shows being shot in South Wales a film crew is never far from Gwent.
5:33am Wednesday 12th April 2017
EVERY MP has a story of how they first became interested in politics.
8:01am Tuesday 11th April 2017
WITH the cost of travel spiking during the school holidays, it is no surprise parents across the country are tempted to take children out of school during term time.
7:00am Friday 7th April 2017
A GROUP of three Gwent men have been inspired to re-publish the works of one of the region’s greatest writers. MARTIN WADE speaks to the people who are reviving the work of Arthur Machen.
6:02am Wednesday 5th April 2017
The sport of pigeon racing is one of the most social sports in the world. Roy Musto was part of the sport for 60 years and speaks to ANGHARAD WILLIAMS about his racing days and winning the pigeon Olympics.
8:46am Wednesday 29th March 2017
I was born in 1940 in Abertillery and it was just my parents, my sister and me.
8:24am Friday 24th March 2017
For every scheme, like Friars Walk, which gets off the ground, there are many more which have stayed firmly on the drawing board. MARTIN WADE looks back on the visions of future Gwent.
7:03am Wednesday 22nd March 2017
Jessica Morden became the first women in Gwent ever to be elected to Parliament when she won the Newport East seat in 2005.
7:27am Friday 17th March 2017
Newport has seen a huge variety of ships come and go over the years. From paddle steamers to sailing ships and cable layers - they've all come here. The Argus has often been there to photograph them too. Here MARTIN WADE delves in the archive to tell the stories of some of our sea-going visitors.
9:31am Thursday 16th March 2017
GEORGETOWN Primary School in Tredegar is much-valued school within the small community that it serves.