The South Wales Argus has been serving the people of Newport and Gwent as your source of local news for more than 130 years. 

Today, most of our readers do so online and now we are offering access to all the content we publish on our website at a lower price of £1.99 a month.

That's not a deal, where it's lower for a few months and then goes up. That's the new regular monthly price because we want as many people as possible to be able to afford to read our work.

And you get a lot for your money. Including...

Keeping you informed

We tell you about the latest breaking news, who's been in court, is there a jam on the M4, is your school closed for bad weather?

Being a watchful guardian

That's what the word 'Argus' means, and it's still what we do. We report on our local councils and our health board and hold them to account, challenging them when necessary and speaking up on your behalf.

Discovering new delights

The best places to eat and drink in the region, new shops opening, places to go and things to do.

Giving you the sporting scoop

If it's Newport County AFC or Dragons RFC, we've got it covered. From live reports to match-day analysis, interviews, gossip and insight. We'll keep you posted on Newport, Pontypool and Ebbw Vale in the Indigo Premiership each week too.

Helping our communities

Like you, we are a part of the community and we want it to be the best place it can be for everyone. Last year, the Argus led the Our Communities Together campaign, which led to more than £1 million being given out to local projects across Wales to help people through the cost-of-living crisis. We're accepting applications for grants again this year. 

That's a little of what we do. As a South Wales Argus digital subscriber, you see fewer adverts on the website (so long as you are signed in) and you can access the advert-free app. You can also scroll through digital versions of the printed paper, and extra puzzles.

On top of all of that, subscribers help us to fund what we do, to pay the journalists' wages so that we can keep going for another 130 years. 

If you're already a subscriber, thank you. If you're not, you can sign up here now