1:40pm Friday 24th May 2013
3:40pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
5:16pm Tuesday 21st May 2013
With regeneration plans put into place to transform Newport’s city centre, SOPHIE BROWNSON, DANIELLE SHERIDAN and DEAN PROSSER asked the people of Newport what they would really like to see happen to regenerate it.
2:40pm Tuesday 14th May 2013
12:03pm Monday 13th May 2013
THE loss of his father inspired him to continue taking on extreme expeditions to raise tens of thousands of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support and now Newport’s David Thompson is encouraging others to do the same. He tells his story to RUTH MANSFIELD.
3:27pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
9:40am Saturday 13th April 2013
2:52pm Wednesday 3rd April 2013
He is in charge of spending £120 million a month, a long way from his humble beginnings in Abertillery. Terry Morgan, 64, explains how he rose from being an apprentice in Cwmbran to the chairman of Crossrail, in charge of building the east-west rail link in London. He talks to HAYLEY MILLS.
4:10pm Tuesday 26th March 2013
LAST week’s Colliers report into the Newport Ship may have proved difficult reading for supporters of what’s thought of as the largest, best-preserved medieval ship in the UK, commanding international attention.
12:10pm Tuesday 12th March 2013
Gwent’s councils have set their budgets for 2013/14 and, while some have closed services, others haven’t. But the financial outlook is not good and future years could be bleak. DAVID DEANS investigates.