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Editor's Chair

Students from Duffryn High form 1914 - 1918 2015 with giant poppies to mark the launch of Gwent County Royal British Legion Poppy appeal 2105. (43272372)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: People have the right to be against poppies

DEFLATED: Scotland’s Gordon Reid after his team’s narrow defeat against Australia in the Rugby World Cup. But was their defeat down to bad luck or a lack of mental toughness?

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Why are we so happy at being good losers?

Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the Conservative Party conference in Manchester. Peter Byrne/PA Wire

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Cameron is a leader in search of a legacy

Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn is interviewed for breakfast television ahead of day four of the annual party conference at the Brighton Centre in Brighton, Sussex. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday September 30, 2015. See PA story LABOUR

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Is being kind the way to win next election?

Newport County supporters trust meeting in the Riverfront.

EDITOR'S CHAIR: A rush and a push and the club is ours

Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she arrives at Tweedbank, on the day she becomes Britain's longest reigning monarch, as she and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, travel by steam train to inaugurate the new  294 million Scottish Borders Railway. PRESS ASSOC

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Queen has been glue holding UK together

Migrants shout slogans in front of the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, as hundreds demanded to be let on trains to Germany. Over 150,000 migrants have reached Hungary this year, most coming through the southern borde

EDITOR'S CHAIR: What could be more important than life?

CRISIS: A migrant mother and her five-year-old child (hidden under blanket) are approached by a French police officer during a nightly sweep of the perimeter fence of the Eurotunnel site in Calais. Do we want these people washed from the streets by water

EDITOR'S CHAIR: When did Britain become such an ugly, intolerant nation?

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

UNITED: Supporters' groups joined together last night

EDITOR'S CHAIR: How much does Newport want a professional football club?

BBC: Under review by the government

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Future of BBC should not be decided by political dogma

The Welsh Government has unveiled its plans for the future of local councils

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Council reforms need to be done in the right way

Berlin Velothon (9338120)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Set wheels in motion to keep us informed on the Velothon

Work carries on at Friars Walk in Newport (27854467)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Home to Newport – it’s the place to be

Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday October 22, 2014. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire. (11803919)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: You can’t always get what you want...

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: A tale of two clubs

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: A tale of two clubs

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Can someone make this election interesting please?

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Can someone make this election interesting please?

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Unbiased coverage is our election promise

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Unbiased coverage is our election promise

FAMILY AFFAIR: Gareth and Hannah Williams with Laura and Bradley Cummings outside Downing Street.

EDITOR'S CHAIR: From a corporation house to 10 Downing Street

BULLIES: 'Chelsea fans' on the metro in Paris on Tuesday night

EDITOR'S CHAIR: No place for racism shown in Paris

Leighton Andrews AM at Gwent Archives in Ebbw Vale. Pictured is Leighton Andrews speaking to Becky Carr about the Government White Paper. (17616806)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Reforms that mix good ideas with breathtaking hypocrisy

Argus-Mark   Reporter-Nat   02-09-11
Serennu Childrens Centre offical opening
The sensory garden (16580935)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: About-turns on cuts and council mergers

Police have used a law aimed at tackling terrorism to identify journalists' sources

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Why whistleblowers deserve protection


EDITOR'S CHAIR: We must defend all opinions, no matter how much we disagree with them

Caldicot residents at the public consulatation meeting to discuss budget cuts at Dewstow primary school (1654836)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: If councils ask the public how to save money, they ignore the answers at their peril

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Enough talking, let's get the M4 relief road built

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Enough talking, let's get the M4 relief road built


EDITOR'S CHAIR: Remembrance becomes more important with each passing year

Digital Tuesday Conference at the Celtic Manor Resort. Pictured is the South Wales Argus Editor Kevin Ward with Jackie Harris from the University of South Wales, John Holvey from the Alacrity Foundation, David Sadler, head of IT recruitment for Acorn, Nic

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Inspiration needed to bridge the digital skills gap

CHANGING HIS TUNE: Former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read who apologised for “unintentionally causing offence” with his Ukip Calypso, sung with a mock Caribbean accent

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Odd tale of the UKIP DJ and his calypso calamity

Blaenau Gwent AM and minister Alun Davies

EDITOR'S CHAIR: If you are a public servant, your first duty is to the public

Maria Miller reading an apology statement in the House of Commons in London over her parliamentary expenses. PA Wire

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Before you go Maria Miller... you still owe us 40k

BITTER CONFLICT: The 1984-85 miners' strike

EDITOR'S CHAIR: How two huge egos destroyed the mining industry


EDITOR'S CHAIR: Do you 'treasure' your local council's Pravda?

MISSED OPPORTUNITY: The demolition of the Capitol car park in Newport

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Demolition latest in long line of missed opportunities for Newport

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Are politicians the right people to be running education in Wales?

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Are politicians the right people to be running education in Wales?

CELEBRATION: Andrew Taylor's new book

EDITOR'S CHAIR: The book that lifts the lid on County's season of triumph

The demolition of the Chartist mural in Newport (1317500)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Paranoia and a lack of transparency at the top of Newport council

Daily Mail Editor Paul Dacre (1305064)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Why should anyone be surprised by the Daily Mail's vile treatment of Ed Miliband's father?

Argus-Mark     15-03-13Traffic congestion approaching J28 on the M4 after a fatal accident in the Brynglas Tunnels (1223255)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: New M4 will be a relief for everyone

The Chartist mural in John Frost square (967236)

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Chartism is important, not the mural

‘FEWER PEOPLE JOINING’: Newport Round Table chairman Paul Thomas

EDITOR'S CHAIR: Whatever happened to the Big Society?

LOOKING WEAK AND OUT OF TOUCH: David Cameron during the Syria debate

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: We must not become a ‘do nothing’ nation over Syria

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Newport will miss caring, passionate councillor, Ron Jones

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Newport will miss caring, passionate councillor, Ron Jones

How the Argus app looks

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: App is part of new era at Argus

FACING MPS: Ian Johnston and Carmel Napier give evidence to the home affairs select committee

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Time for Gwent Police bosses to get on with their job

BIGGER AND BETTER: There’s more in your Argus from Monday

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: We’re putting up price but bringing you more

SETTING THE NEWS AGENDA: Former Gwent chief constable Carmel Napier and the police and crime commissioner, Ian Johnston

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Anatomy of a scoop

INTERESTING TIMES: Ian Johnston and Carmel Napier had a public disagreement last month

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: New police chief must deliver for Gwent

FULL HOUSE HERE: But why did no AM attend the seminar at the Pierhead Building?

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Where were the AMs?

NEW MEDIA: The Argus website viewed on a smartphone

THE EDITOR'S CHAIR: Giving you what you want, how you want it


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