• Calzaghe delight at TV deal

    GWENT'S WBO super-middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe today welcomed the news that his future world title fights will be shown live on terrestrial television. Promoter Frank Warren yesterday announced he had concluded a deal with ITV to bring big-time

  • Disgraced former councillor jailed

    DISGRACED ex-councillor Dean Jenkins was jailed yesterday for possessing, making and distributing thousands of pornographic images of children. Newport crown court heard the images of young boys ranged from level one to the most severe, level five. Jenkins

  • 'The grief we feel is unfathomable'

    A gifted Gwent student died suddenly after a short illness. Ceri-Ann Faulkner, 18, of Markham Road, Oakdale, died on Monday at the University of Wales Hospital, Cardiff. The talented singer and dancer, who was studying musical theatre at Cross Keys College

  • Atkin back on track

    Tony Atkin, Newport Wasps' skipper, is back in the team's top five and celebrates the rise from reserve berth at his former track at Stoke in the Premier League tonight. He will be hoping to return in triumphant mood when the Wasps figure in a double

  • Tributes to tragic dad

    RELATIVES of a Newport man whose suspicious death is being investigated, yesterday paid tribute to the "loving" family man. Thirty-two-year-old Richard Peter Arnold, known as Richie, was found dead in his flat on the Old Barn Estate, St Julian's, at 12.30pm