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Police cars at the scene

Breaking Newport man admits Llanhilleth stabbing

Malpas Church in Wales jnr and infants School in Newport (33755452)

MP says he doesn't remember a hint of scandal when Jon Styler was headteacher

CINEMA WORSHIP: St Paul's church is looking at the possibility of holding Sunday services inside the Cineworld multiplex being built at Friars Walk shopping centre

Grade II listed church forced to shut over repair costs looks at possibility of worshipping at £90m shopping centre in Newport

MEDIEVAL: The Newport Medieval Ship is one site featured on the new app (33738942)

Friends of Newport Medieval Ship to make new pilgrimage to French town where her ‘good luck’ coin was minted

Alex Evans aged 6 from Pontnewydd takes part in Don't Worry, Bee Happy Day at Greenmeadow Farm in Cwmbran (32871125)

Don't worry - bee happy at Cwmbran community farm

Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, KG, GCB, DSO, PC,  during his visit to Newport (1948) (33612164)

Dipping into the archives: Looking back at Field-Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery's visit to Newport

Businesses shamed for failing to pay correct wages

Businesses shamed for failing to pay correct wages

THEN AND NOW: How the site looked before and after demolition

THEN AND NOW: Two Pill pubs demolished as site prepares for affordable housing

Exterior of Lliswerry and Nash Constitutional Club (1647432)

Club in Lliswerry gets longer opening hours despite neighbour complaints

Mounted police officer at the Newport NATO protest on Thursday. (33605774)

Police overtime payments soar by 42% in Gwent as force drafts in extra officers to patrol Nato summit

Ambulance targets have been missed in the Vale of Glamorgan (33591819)

999 ambulance calls shake up sees eight minute target time scrapped

DISPUTE: PCC Ian Johnston (left) and Newport City Council leader Bob Bright have clashed over plans for a  possible zone in Pill where prostitution would be tolerated

Council and police at loggerheads over Pill 'prostitution zone' idea

ABUSE PROBE: A former pupil of Malpas Church in Wales School has claimed former head Jon Styler would take him into his office for private reading sessions and molest him during the 1970s

Authorities 'knew about school abuse allegations' but let headmaster stay in post, staff member claims

COURT: uke Meredith, aged 24, of School Terrace in Cwm, appeared at Newport Crown Court

Valleys man admits unlawful wounding

COMPUTERS: Skutrade approached Monmouthshire council because of its various IT projects, including iCounty, and cabinet members gave the proposal their backing at a meeting

IT company could get £90k loan from council

RELIEF: Corrugated packing company Tri-Wall Europe, based on Wonastow Road, applied for hardship relief as it looked to get back on track after recent losses

Business boosted by 'unprecedented' council and Welsh Government funding

PERFORMANCE: The Singing Club of Chepstow surprising Mrs Day at Caldicot Leisure Centre

Flash mob surprise for retirement at Caldicot Leisure Centre

FUTURE LEADER? The Labour Party’s Newport East branch has backed left-winger Jeremy Corbyn for the leadership

Newport East Labour back Jeremy Corbyn in leadership campaign

TRAGIC: Eight-year-old Sarah Payne was murdered by convicted paedophile Roy Whiting in West Sussex in 2000

Sarah's Law disclosure figures spark "postcode lottery" fears

HOTEL: The 61-bed Premier Inn will be built on land known as Westgate off Merthyr Road in Llanfoist

Work on £5million hotel set to start later this year

ARGUS COMMENT: Culture of silence must end

ARGUS COMMENT: Culture of silence must end

UNIVERSITY: The row over the closure of the Caerleon campus flared up again this week

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Money is the root of all evil in the university system

Pontnewydd Male Voice Choir in 2014 (33609681)

110 years and still going strong for South Wales' oldest male voice choir

Councillors agree to stop selling plastic bottles in council owned buildings

Councillors agree to stop selling plastic bottles in council owned buildings

PAINTBALL: Police had appealed for information after the incident under the railway bridge by the railway station in Crosskeys on Saturday, July 25

Newport man arrested after allegedly shooting a cyclist with a paintball gun

TAKINGS: The financial impact for Monmouthshire of hosting the National Road Cycling Championships and The Friends Life Tour of Britain has been quantified at £2.5m for Monmouthshire

Spending at Monmouthshire cycling events topped £2.5 million, figures show

CHALLENGE: Former squadron leader Pete Thompson

Former airman to cycle from Paris to London to mark Battle of Britain anniversary

STANDING: Ron Davies will fight a council by-election for Plaid

Ex-Welsh Secretary of State to stand in Caerphilly by-election

CALAIS CRISIS: Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood called for a humanitarian response to the refugee crisis at Calais

Plaid Cymru call for humanitarian action at Channel Tunnel

FIRE: Abergavenny Fine Foods has reassured customers that it will be 'businesses as usual' as quickly as possible

Blaenavon factory to be demolished

SCOUTS: The Kimono Dragons Contingent in Japan

Cwmbran scouts sample Japanese life at World Scout Jamboree

Ebbw Vale garage owner wins Silverstone tickets

Ebbw Vale garage owner wins Silverstone tickets

Blaenavon's Big Pit closed this weekend due to strike action

Blaenavon's Big Pit closed this weekend due to strike action

FUNDRAISING: The onesie charity walk will take place on September 20

Hospice urges fundraisers to don their onesies for charity walk


Theft of bank card from woman

JUMP: Donna Freebury during the sky dive. Pics: Hibaldstow Airfield.

Torfaen mum helps break world record

Bottle thrown at driver

Bottle thrown at driver

Breaking news in Newport and Gwent, Thursday, July 30, 2015

Breaking news in Newport and Gwent, Thursday, July 30, 2015

COSTLY: A petition has been started calling on the Severn Bridge toll fees to be cut for commuters

Petition calling for PM to scrap Severn Bridge toll charges reaches nearly 5,000

Ambulance 999 calls shake up

UPDATE: Radical shake-up of 999 calls sees introduction of traffic light system

SHOW: Chris Royles as El Custodio

Man battles back from horrific freak injury to live wrestling dream

VICTIM: An alleged victim of historic child abuse at the hands of a former Newport head teacher has appealed for other victims to come forward

Alleged victim of historic sex abuse at hands of Newport head teacher appeals for victims to come forward

COUNCIL: At the last council meeting cabinet member for children and young people, Cllr Liz Hacket Pain, said the school had spent £426,000 on redundancy payments to staff in 2013-14

Council spends £1.3 million on Monmouthshire schools redundancies, figures show

FOOD SAFETY: Richard Eklof, who owns Wigmore’s Bakery on St Mary’s Street in Monmouth, pleaded guilty to five breaches of regulations at a hearing on July 17

Bakery owner fined for breaching food safety regulations

BT warned the issues could last into next week

Phone and internet problems for BT broadband customers

Flood prevention works started as housing development at former Tredegar Park golf course edges closer

Flood prevention works start as housing development at former Tredegar Park golf course edges closer

TRIBUTE: Staff and members of the Alzheimer’s Society craft group in Blackwood with Mr Davies’ wife, Dorothy, and daughter, Cheryl

Family tribute to former Detective Superintendent raises £1,400 for Alzheimer's Society

WALK: ResponsABLE Assistance, which works to help disabled people in developing countries and disaster zones, is set to walk the Transporter Bridge

Fundraising group set to walk Transporter Bridge in aid of disabled children in Kenya

GROTTO: the Pontypool Park structure fell into disrepair but underwent a Heritage Lottery restoration in the nineties

Victorian shell grotto to enjoy rare opening during bank holiday weekend

TRIBUTE: Trudy Jones was among the 38 people tragically killed when a gunman opened fire on tourists in Sousse on Friday, June 26

Carnival gives backing to Trudy Jones Trust Fund

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