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Behind the headlines

Roger Guy, Headteacher of Gilwern Primary School (51810792)

Are children getting addicted to screens?

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

The Gwent workers clocking in on Christmas Day

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

When will South Wales Metro arrive?

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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

Rachel Thomas, store manager of Mothercare

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Shoppers react to Friars Walk opening

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

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

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

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

TRAINS: The queuing system in place at Cardiff Central Station

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Why have train operators struggled to get rugby fans home after World Cup matches?

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Gareth and Jane Edwards of the Queen Inn, Upper Cwmbran. (39865341)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Hygiene ratings give food for thought

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The panel created by the Gwent Federation depicting the period between 2000 and 2009.

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The WI - much more than just jam and Jerusalem

Traffic on the M4 motorway. (37797053)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Plans for Newport M4 relief road on show

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BANNED: Three councils in Gwent have banned Chinese lanterns

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: More council across Wales are banning sky lanterns

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FINALIST: Deborah Love

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: An inside look at the finalists of Gwent's newest High Street Heroes competition

CONCERN: Deb Davis, ChildLine service manager for Wales

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Coping with the stress of A-levels and GCSEs

Matt Taylor of Chepstow Bookshop                      (33895747)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Independent bookshops hold their own

SAFETY: Pat Harris of Busk UK backs the introduction of regulations for young drivers already in place in Northern Ireland

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The rise in road deaths among the young

ROYAL FAMILY: Prince Charles will be visiting Wales this week

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Will Gwent welcome the Royal Family?

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PROM: Hair by Jenna McDonnell

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The rise of the prom in Gwent schools

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CONNECT: (L to R rear) Ian Johnston, Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, and Baroness Helen Newlove, Victims’ Commissioner for England and Wales, are shown around the Connect Gwent Hub by Helen Whewell, Connect Gwent coordinator. (Foreground) Garet

Behind the headlines: Victims of crime in Gwent

First time voter Ellie Bale, aged 19

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Public undecided but determined to vote

CONCERNED: Dean Loader, station manager at Malpas fire station

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Grass fires in Gwent

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The plans for the shipping container under the charity's Amazing Spaces project.

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Working to help the Newport's homeless

Councillor Paul Cockeram said young people hanging around on street corners are not always causing trouble.

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: How to crack anti-social behaviour

Alex Cooper (l) and Mayor of Blaenau Gwent of Bernard Willis

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: 9000 work in tourism across Gwent

GENTLEMAN: Michael Flynn with Patrick Viera

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Newport's world-class football training camp that has attracted Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry

OPENING IN NOVEMBER: Newport's Friars Walk

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Friars Walk opening draws nearer

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(19694201) A NEW LIFE: Nicole Smith and Emily Thackray with baby Sophia

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: ‘Surrogacy is about trust and friendship’

The route of Sunday's Newport Half: the first time the race goes through the city centre.

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Runners get ready for Newport half-marathon

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(18099057) COUNTDOWN: An image from the current advert urging people to talk to loved ones about their wishes o organ donation

Clock ticks down to Wales organ donation opt-out

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Behind the HeadlinesThe Horton family dad Clinton, mum Kelly and their siblings Tiarna Matthews, (ok), Julius Matthews, (behind), and Kara-Jay Horton , (centre front) (17363450)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The perception of disabled people in society

WORKING PARENTS: Ned Ashley, 33,  Harry Ashley, 4, Ceri Howells, 33, owner of Lollipops and Ladybirds and Katie Howells, 8 (photo credit: Jenny Healey Photography) (16336300)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Should childcare be shared equally between both parents?

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MANICS: James Dean Bradfield and Nicky Wire

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The Manic Street Preachers - Made in Blackwood

Behind the headlines: Councils biggest challenges in 2015

Behind the headlines: Councils biggest challenges in 2015

VIEW: Blaenavon landscape

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The Forgotten Landscapes Project and its lasting impact on Blaenavon

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Members of Tillery Combat, Blaina. Jack Marshman at the bag.

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Seized cash keeping youngsters from crime

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WARNING: Graeme Francis, Age Cymru’s head of policy and public affairs, said that there is little room for complacency in the fight against winter deaths

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: The fight against winter deaths

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Saving lives with stem cell and bone marrow donation

Police Incident in Argoed. Police officers and Forensics at incident on High Stree in Argoed. (12437987)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Where should ex-offenders be housed?

FAN: Michael Frost presenting Newport RFC'S Elliot Frewen with the player of the month award

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Money decides rugby’s winners and losers

Minister Lesley Griffiths AM

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Call for cancer drugs fund

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Gerry Keighley, campaigns coordinator for Age Cymru

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Protecting Gwent's elderly from scammers

At Project Space in Newport there was a launch of the Business Improvement District (BID) proposal.  Pictured from left is Chris Ashford, Laura Smith, Becky Chantry and Tom Evans all from the Newport Now BID Team. (11224381)

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Plan aims unlock Newport's business potential

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READY TO VOTE? Sixth Form Students from Croesyceiliog School with teacher Tina Newland Jones

BEHIND THE HEADLINES: Should 16-17 year-olds get the vote?

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