2:21pm Wednesday 20th November 2013
AMID calls for more to be done to encourage people from ethnic minority backgrounds to become councillors in Wales, last month voters in one part of Newport elected a man thought to be Wales’ first councillor from a Somali background.
11:55am Wednesday 23rd October 2013
1:12pm Wednesday 28th August 2013
In an Argus exclusive one of the men leading the Circuit of Wales development has questioned criticisms over the alleged impact of the project saying the multi-million pound scheme would improve the area.
3:40pm Wednesday 3rd July 2013
4:10pm Wednesday 5th June 2013
1:40pm Wednesday 8th May 2013
2:14pm Wednesday 10th April 2013
2:55pm Wednesday 13th February 2013
12:30pm Wednesday 12th December 2012
CAMPAIGNERS against an incinerator in Newport have hailed an Assembly report which calls for a study into the health impacts of living near an incinerator. CAMPAIGNERS have said that the incinerator ship is sinking following an Assembly report that called on the Welsh Government to consider contributing to a major study on the health impacts of incineration.
11:10am Wednesday 14th November 2012
Wales’ first minister has said that tolls could be used to improve the M4 – even at Brynglas Tunnels. Today we explore the debate around the future of the crossings. FIRST Minister Carwyn Jones has told the Argus that tolls from the Severn Bridges could be used to invest in improving the M4 – possibly at the infamous Brynglas Tunnels bottleneck.
3:50pm Wednesday 17th October 2012
2:30pm Wednesday 19th September 2012
AN ARGUS survey has found Gwent people struggle to recognise the man who runs the government of Wales. KEILIGH BAKER and ALEXIA McCALMONT join DAVID DEANS to report. THE MIGHT head up the body that makes decisions that affect every person inWales, but how many people would recognise Carwyn Jones?
12:30pm Thursday 26th July 2012
11:38am Wednesday 27th June 2012