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CELEBRATIONS: Grace Lewis, Charlie Walters and Jessica Keown, right, on the Buddy Bench a gift to the school from the PTA to celebrate their 30th anniversary

School of the Week: Shirenewton Primary School

Steve Logan as a teenager (54503663)

FIRST PERSON: Top Gwent firefighter Steve Logan, MBE

CROSSING: The Severn Princess at the Aust landing stage as the final pieces of the Severn Bridge are put in place in 1966. Pic courtesy of Tim Ryan. (54133483)

THE LONG VIEW: When you could take the ferry across the Severn

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Castle Park Primary school of the week. Year 1 in the reading corner from left, Emilia Bell, Scarlett Archer, Finnian Baker and Riley Harris

School of the Week: Castle Park Primary is a hub of learning for its enthusiastic pupils

Pride in Pill's Paul Murphy

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Facing up to Gwent's flytipping problems

THE LONG VIEW: Argus ads from long ago

THE LONG VIEW: Argus ads from long ago

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IT'S WAR: The Argus front page on the morning the Gulf War broke out (51738727)

THE LONG VIEW: The Gulf War – 25 years on

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First person Jane Collier MBE. Copy pic of Jane Collier when she graduated as a nurse.. (52107773)

FIRST PERSON: Jane Collier MBE talks about her voluntary service through St John Ambulance

Roger Guy, Headteacher of Gilwern Primary School (51810792)

Are children getting addicted to screens?

UNIFORM: Ralph Cooke during his service with the RAF (51720877)

THE LONG VIEW: The Cwmbran man who diced with death in the skies over Nazi Germany

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(L-R)Ella Kendall, Cerys Barhan, Neve Speicher and Charli Carroll (ok)  of the school cross country team. (50221196)

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: Blackwood Primary School

Janet Harris presenting a sponsor with a signed shirt in 2000.

First Person: Janet Harris talks about her varied career, fundraising and life after a stroke

The Second Severn Bridge toll booths on the M4. (37145460)

Will the Severn Bridge tolls ever be scrapped?

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REPORT: How the Argus told of the visit of the Bishop of Berlin to Llanmartin prisoner of war camp in December 1946 (50456087)

THE LONG VIEW: Caerleon man recalls moving Christmas at Newport prison of war camp

A £50 hike in your insurance policy: how car insurance fraud is not a victimless crimeCrash for cash: the 'easy money’ scam thwarted by diligence

Crash for cash: the 'easy money’ scam thwarted by diligence

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NEWPORT BOY: Harry Poloway at home (50015735)

Salute to Harry Poloway, Newport’s red-coated ambassador

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Lynette Webb, community activist and volunteer in Pill. (49204061)

FIRST PERSON: Lynette Webbe shares her amazing story of going from a life of blues, drink, drugs and crime to running laughter therapy classes and raising awareness of alopecia

Blaina Wharf general manager Karl Osmond will be working on Christmas Day (49442847)

The Gwent workers clocking in on Christmas Day

STEAMING BACK: The Balmoral shows the White Funnel in Newport again as it prepares to sail under the Transporter Bridge (49160452)

When steamers sailed into the heart of Newport

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Mr McCarthy led a demonstration from Blaenau Gwent to Westminster to protest against cuts to local government budgets.

FIRST PERSON: Hedley McCarthy, ex-leader of Blaenau Gwent council

The updated South Wales Metro map, which now includes Monmouth.

When will South Wales Metro arrive?

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HONOUR: The Polar Medal awarded to Perce Blackborow for his part in Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic Expedition (48399768)

THE LONG VIEW: The Polar pilgrimage made by the grandson of Newport’s Antarctic hero

BATTERED: The men left on Elelphant Island. Perce Blackborow, unable to stand, is sitting with his legs outstretched. Pic courtesy of The Royal Geographical Society.

THE LONG VIEW: The Newport sailor who was one of Shackleton’s Antarctic survivors

LEARNING: Reception class from left, Freddie Lloyd, Rebecca Adams, Ethan Russell and Lowri Harrhy at Waunfawr Primary School

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: Waunfawr Primary

The launch of the charity calendar in September

FIRST PERSON: Hairdresser Jan Bourne talks about her fundraising ‘dream team’ and their sell-out calendar

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AWARENESS: Former rugby star Rhys Thomas is raising awareness about the new organ donation scheme

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Wales greets new dawn for organ donation

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Floral tributes continue to be left near the Bataclan concert hall in Paris following the terrorist attacks on Friday evening. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday November 16, 2015. See PA story POLICE Paris. Photo credit should read: Steve Pars

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Monmouth firm at front line of anti-extremism fight

REMEMBERED: John Williams' grave detailing his decorations

THE LONG VIEW: The outstanding soldiers of Gwent honoured in the Great War

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MATHS: From left, Joshua Nurden and Alfie Holland practice their numeracy skills with a holiday project

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: Somerton Primary School

Rachel Thomas, store manager of Mothercare

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Shoppers react to Friars Walk opening

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SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP: Bridie Luis Fuentes with Bruce MacDonald on his recent visit to Newport (46022617)

THE LONG VIEW: Newport evacuee’s special relationship spanned Atlantic Ocean

Copy pic of Bernard Edwards. (45338126)

FIRST PERSON: Former Merchant Navy captain turned author Bernard Edwards

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BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Just where does the money raised from the Poppy Appeal go to?

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Just where does the money raised from the Poppy Appeal go to?

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PARA: Don Jones proudly wearing the red beret of the Parachute Regiment (45204638)

THE LONG VIEW: The Pontypool para who was among the first to land on D-Day

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Judith Voyle and Mayor of Caerphilly, Cllr Leon Gardiner. October 2015.

FIRST PERSON: Bargoed Barnardos stalwart Judith Voyle

FUNDRAISER: Marc and Christopher Benger, from Wattsville, hope to raise £1,000 for St David's Hospice Care

Gwent brothers to recreate Chartist March to raise money for charity

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: RSPCA faces rise in cruelty cases across Wales

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: RSPCA faces rise in cruelty cases across Wales

The gates at Rodney Parade with the names of those members of Newport Athletic Club who were killed in the First World War and Richard Garnons Williams, top and Richard Brinley Stokes

THE LONG VIEW: The sportsmen of Gwent who went to war

Mr Alyufrusi opened his coffee shop in September after five years of planning

The man who escaped from war-torn Middle East to open coffee shop in Newport

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: St John’s On-The-Hill, Chepstow

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: St John’s On-The-Hill, Chepstow

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Why is the British steel industry in crisis?

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Why is the British steel industry in crisis?

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CENTRE PIECE: Jason Salmon of the Prince of Wales Inn, Risca, sits at the table from the Doric (43306897)

THE LONG VIEW: Where the pieces of the ocean liner Doric found a new home in Gwent

Mark playing guitar

FIRST PERSON: Newport civil servant turned writer, Mark Pritchard

PICTURE POSED MY MODEL.File photo dated 12/03/13 of a man lighting a cigarette and how key dates on the history of smoking and smoking bans in the UK turned the tide of public opinion turned against smoking. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday O

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Are our teens really stubbing out the cigs?

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Steve Williams landlord of the St Julians Inn in front of fittings from the liner "Doric" that was scrapped at Cashmore's in Newport.

THE LONG VIEW: Fragments survive of ocean liner 'Doric' which met its end in Newport

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Archbishop Rowan Williams Church in Wales Primary School of the week. Headteacher Suzanne Hamer (41790344)

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: Archbishop Rowan Williams Primary School

Argus-Mark   24-11-07.Wales v South Africa (Prince William Cup).Alix Popham. (41801875)

FIRST PERSON: Former Welsh rugby player Alix Popham

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Barry Darnborough, 72, said: "Plastic bags are a nuisance."

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Plenty of positives from Wales from plastic bag charge

HONOUR: The regimental standard bearing the honour 'Loos' is shown as the Welsh Guards receive the freedom of Newport

THE LONG VIEW: 100 years on: How the Welsh Guards had their baptism of fire

Undy Primary School of the week Camille Wilson 10 (L) and Megan Peacock 10 playing pool. (39773628)

SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: Undy Primary School

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