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Devolve control of fracking - Carwyn Jones

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7:18pm Tuesday 27th January 2015

FIRST minister Carywn Jones said control of fracking should be devolved from Westminster - and the country should then consider a moratorium.

Cost of Newport's M4 relief road could rise by half a billion pounds - claim

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6:31pm Tuesday 27th January 2015

AMs have claimed the cost of an M4 relief road could rise by an extra half a billion pounds - and urged ministers to take plans “back to the drawing board”.

Newport UKIP in turmoil as chairman tries to rid party of 'EDL sympathisers'

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11:01am Monday 26th January 2015

NEWPORT’S branch of UKIP appeared in turmoil at the weekend as their chairman appealed for help to “rid this branch of EDL sympathisers”.

£70m extra funding announced at Senedd

Campaign Series: ANNOUNCEMENT: Jane Hutt AM

5:14pm Tuesday 13th January 2015

WELSH finance minister Jane Hutt set out extra funding today for health, education, jobs and growth, stemming from the UK Government’s Autumn Statement allocations.

Six deny involvement in £4m Newport drug gang

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4:49pm Monday 5th January 2015

A NEWPORT-based heroin gang operating on a "massive scale" brought more than £4 million of the drug into South Wales, a court heard.

Wales could be without children’s commissioner

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1:54pm Tuesday 2nd December 2014

WALES could be without a children’s commissioner temporarily after delays in recruiting, Welsh Conservatives have warned.

Couple's joy as Welsh NHS agree to pay for cancer treatment

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2:45pm Monday 1st December 2014

A COUPLE who were planning to move to England to access a vital cancer drug are “over the moon” their appeal to the Welsh NHS has succeeded.

Newport diorama on display

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7:00pm Friday 28th November 2014

AFTER three months of painstaking work it is now possible to gaze at Medieval Newport in 3D, as a model of the city centre is on display at the University of South Wales.

Newport couple step closer with plan to move to England for life-extending cancer drug

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11:00pm Friday 28th November 2014

A NEWPORT couple have moved a step further with their plan to move to a caravan in England to access a life-extending cancer drug after their application to Aneurin Bevan Health Board was rejected.

David Cameron 'proud to have unblocked' work on rail electrification

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1:52pm Friday 21st November 2014

DAVID Cameron said he was proud to have "unblocked" work towards electrification of the Valleys railway lines.

Home Office still intends to deport ‘gang leader’ sent to Newport

Campaign Series: Joland Giwa a gang leader from Croydon who now lives in Newport. (3537807)

6:33am Wednesday 19th November 2014

THE Home Office still intends to deport ‘gang leader’ Joland Giwa as soon as possible and was “extremely disappointed” he was bailed to Newport, officials said in a letter yesterday.

EU exit would destroy farming in Wales - Carwyn Jones

Campaign Series: REMEMBRANCE: Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones will join a national service of remembrance today for the victims of the Holocaust

4:42pm Tuesday 4th November 2014

FARMING in Wales would collapse if the UK voted to leave the EU and it is "absolutely essential" for the economy that we stay in Europe, the Welsh first minister said today.

Gwent to share £2 billion EU cash

Campaign Series: Jane Hutt AM

4:08pm Thursday 30th October 2014

NEWPORT, Caerphilly, Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent and Monmouthshire are to get a share of £2 billion of EU funding for Wales over the next seven years.

M4 relief road plan 'flawed' as metro ignored - AM

Campaign Series: Traffic queue at Junction 28 of the M4 as an accident is cleared from the Eastbound carriageway (1067889)

4:23pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

THE case for an M4 relief road could have been based on a false premise as it didn’t take into account the possible impact of a metro system taking traffic off the road, the Senedd heard today.

'Wales prepared for ebola' - Carwyn Jones

Campaign Series: A medical exercise takes place by 22 Field Hospital at the Army Medical Services Training Centre near York,  before more than 100 Army medics are sent to Sierra Leone to help tackle the Ebola crisis. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday October

2:59pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

WALES is prepared for ebola cases, First Minister Carwyn Jones said today.

Hundreds of patients in Gwent 'waiting longer than a year'

Campaign Series: Millions needed to help boost Royal Gwent  A&E

2:29pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

HUNDREDS of patients are waiting longer than a year for NHS treatment in Gwent, new figures show.

The Mousetrap, New Theatre

9:47am Friday 3rd October 2014

“We ask you to keep the secret of 'whodunit' locked in your hearts.”

Call for Newport Deputy Mayor to apologise over comments

Campaign Series: DECISION: Cllr David Atwell

6:05am Thursday 25th September 2014

THE deputy mayor of Newport has been asked to apologise after he said a small council was "beautiful like a woman - better to handle and provides an excellent service” - in a debate on a potential council merger with Monmouthshire.

Plans revealed for first Welsh tax-raising powers since 13th century

Campaign Series: SENEDD: We don’t need to fill the place up with more Assembly members, do we?

4:44pm Tuesday 23rd September 2014

WALES' plans for managing its first tax-raising powers since 1283 were discussed today by finance minister Jane Hutt AM.

Newport mayor's Twitter account 'went down' after Obama row

Campaign Series: Cllr. Matthew Evans Mayor of Newport (8632040)

5:20pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

THE mayor of Newport will not welcome Barack Obama or David Cameron to the Nato summit - and mayor Matthew Evans said the council had deleted tweets he wrote describing his disappointment at not greeting delegates.

Man found guilty of causing cyclist's death is jailed for 5 years

Campaign Series: Andrzej Wojcicki  (9414402)

1:06pm Thursday 28th August 2014

A MAN was found guilty this afternoon of causing the death by dangerous driving of an Oakdale man.

Detainee tells court she feared Gwent police sergeant would rape her

Campaign Series: Arriving at Cardiff Crown Court is Police Sergeant Richard Evans from Gwent Constabulary to make plea charged with sexual assaults and misconduct in a public office.. (5631915)

5:05pm Tuesday 19th August 2014

A WOMAN arrested and taken to a Gwent police station feared the sergeant in charge of her care was about to rape her, Cardiff Crown Court heard today

Angry 'bird of prey' attacks valleys runner

Campaign Series: ON THE LOOKOUT: Andy McIntyre who was attacked by a buzzard while out running

10:54am Tuesday 17th June 2014

A CROSSKEYS man believes a buzzard targeting runners has struck again, after he was hit by a large bird while out running on a quarry.

Pair tell of 'relief' at being cleared of Torfaen fraud

Campaign Series: CLEARED: (L-R) Farooq Dastgir and Gary Inchliffe after they were found not guilty

6:20am Wednesday 21st May 2014

A BUSINESSMAN and a senior Torfaen council officer cleared of fraud spoke of their relief after a jury unanimously acquitted them yesterday.

Torfaen IT fraud trial - Day 3

Campaign Series: JAILED: Two Newport men were sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court yesterday for importing mephedrone

10:28am Friday 2nd May 2014

THE trial of two men charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and false accounting at Blaenavon’s Shared Resource Service (SRS) continues today.

Tredegar teacher struck off after uploading indecent image of a child onto school network

Campaign Series: Deighton Primary School

2:48pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A PRIMARY school teacher was struck off today after the General Teaching Council for Wales found he introduced pornography as well as what appeared to be an indecent image of a child into his school's computer network in Tredegar.

The Circus of Horrors, The Riverfront

12:57pm Thursday 6th February 2014

THE ringmaster of the Circus of Horrors warned the audience his show would not be politically correct, backing this up by entreating volunteers to help “strangle a midget” in a tug-of-war.

UPDATE: Ebbw Vale driver who caused death of Markham cyclist is jailed

Campaign Series: IN COURT: Michael Bisi of Ebbw Vale

3:00pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

A VALLEYS man whose careless driving led to the death of a cyclist near Crumlin was jailed for a year at Cardiff Crown Court today.

Head of the Newport regeneration taskforce to give talk tonight

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Simon GIbson is heading up the Welsh Goverment's business development project which will look at problems in Newports city centre (880938)

1:24pm Thursday 9th January 2014

THE head of the Newport regeneration taskforce, Simon Gibson OBE, will give an update on progress made by ReNewport at an open meeting tonight.

Abertillery man admits Crumlin crisp factory arson

Campaign Series: ADMITTED ARSON: Abertillery man Colin Goulding admitted causing the fire which destroyed the Real Crisps factory in Crumlin

12:08pm Tuesday 7th January 2014

THE man accused of burning down a Valleys crisp factory today admitted arson being reckless as to whether life was endangered.

Newport's bus station opens

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1:07pm Saturday 28th December 2013

FOLLOW our reporter Jen Mills for the opening of Newport's new bus station today.

Newport remembers Merchant Navy's dead

Campaign Series: BAND AND STANDARDS: The Merchant Navy memorial parade makes its way through the streets of Newport

3:18pm Sunday 17th November 2013

VETERANS marched through Newport city centre to the sound of bugle and drums in memory of sailors who lost their lives in conflict while serving with the Merchant Navy.

Schoolchildren recreate Chartist uprising in Newport

Campaign Series: Malpas Court primary school pupils (L-R) Tryston Mills aged 10 Jordan Matthew aged 9 and Benjamin Bond aged 10 outside the Westgate Hotel during the 174th anniversary of the Chartist Uprising in Newport (2336749)

1:22pm Wednesday 6th November 2013

AROUND 250 children marched down Stow Hill to the Westgate Hotel in the annual Chartist re-enactment, carrying placards and yelling “Give us the right to vote!”

Hundreds at Newport Chartist mural 'memorial' protest

Campaign Series: Protesters in John Frost Square. Photo by Mike Star Photography.

4:11pm Saturday 5th October 2013

Hundreds of people turned out today for a ‘memorial’ protest against Newport Council’s demolition of the Chartist mural on Thursday.

LIVE: Newport Food Festival

Campaign Series: LIVE: Newport Food Festival

11:10am Saturday 5th October 2013

JOIN us for live coverage of the Newport food festival.

LIVE: Newport Chartist mural protests

Campaign Series: LIVE: Newport Chartist mural protests

10:10am Saturday 5th October 2013

WE'LL be covering protests against the demolition of Newport's Chartist mural today.

Newport jobseeker told to dance at Curry's interview lands dream job

Campaign Series: NEW JOB: Alan Bacon, a Newport jobseeker who was told to dance to Daft Punk at an interview for a job at Curry's, has found a dream job

1:55pm Tuesday 1st October 2013

A Newport jobseeker told at interview to dance to Daft Punk for the chance of a sales assistant job in Curry’s has landed his dream job instead – and no robot dance moves were required.

Newport record shop celebrates 25 years in the city

Campaign Series: (L-R) Matt Jarrett Paul Hawkins Vaughan Jordan and Mark Southall (1142430)

10:00am Wednesday 18th September 2013

GOLDIE Lookin' Chain, David Tennant and Van Morrison have been among the customers at Diverse Music – and the Newport institution is about to celebrate its 25th birthday.

People have their say on future of Newport

Campaign Series: People have their say on future of Newport

9:46am Friday 13th September 2013

LASERS on the Transporter bridge, a barrage across the Usk and an official change of name from Newport to Casnewydd were among the big ideas presented to a ‘Dragons’ Den’ style task force yesterday.

Paxman challenged to visit Blaenavon after his Newsnight jibe

Campaign Series: Jeremy Paxman

8:20am Saturday 7th September 2013

Shocked Blaenavon residents have challenged Jeremy Paxman to come and visit the town, after he jibed it was not as famous as the Lake District.

IT'S THE WEEKEND:How breakfast should be done

Campaign Series: Pontypool RFC player David Davies says his ideal breakfast is porridge, fruit and a large glass of milk (980671)

9:30am Saturday 31st August 2013

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and everyone has an opinion on how it should be done. Jen Mills tucks in.

Caldicot FC back on their pitch again

3:50pm Wednesday 14th August 2013

CALDICOT AFC are back on their pitch again, after it was closed due to yobs injuring a player by throwing broken glass on to the field.

IT'S THE WEEKEND: Get some riverbank relaxation - go fly-fishing

Campaign Series: IT'S THE WEEKEND: Get some riverbank relaxation - go fly-fishing

3:10pm Saturday 10th August 2013

FLY fishing has been described as the "contemplative man's recreation". Jen Mills visits Monmouthshire to find out whether this is accurate.

NEWPORT DOUBLE SHOOTING: Neighbour describes 'surreal' day

Campaign Series: The cars involved in yesterday's shooting are taken away today. Pics by Zena Thomas.

1:08pm Friday 9th August 2013

A RESIDENT close to the site of yesterday's Newport shooting told of how he saw the partner of the dead woman appear at the scene. another said the day was "quite surreal".

Pontypool war veteran finally honoured for Arctic service

Campaign Series: PROUD: Ted Cogdell with his Arctic Star medal

6:20am Friday 2nd August 2013

 A WAR veteran who waited more than 70 years to receive a medal for service in the Arctic was finally given it, three days before his 95th birthday.

Pet owners warned after spate of cat anti-freeze poisonings

Campaign Series: SURVIVOR: Maxine Davies’ daughter Mair, 11, holds her cat Fluffy. Two of the family’s cats had to be put down after suffering antifreeze poisoning.

4:10pm Wednesday 31st July 2013

PET owners are asked to be vigilant after a spate of cat poisonings.

1,000 gather to pay last respects to popular Pill man

Campaign Series: TRIBUTES: Leroy Richardson of Pill, Newport, with his daughter Leanne and grandchildren Liara and Joshua

5:09pm Friday 26th July 2013

MOURNERS fought back tears and applauded as the coffin of a much-loved Newport man was laid to rest this afternoon.

Sudbrook housing estate is sustainable say developers

4:52pm Thursday 25th July 2013

DEVELOPERS insisted that plans for a housing development bigger than the village it would be built in were sustainable and supported by infrastructure.

Rhys is back on his bike after neighbour finds stolen cycle

Campaign Series: Rhys Davies

3:20pm Tuesday 23rd July 2013

TWO weeks ago we reported that a nine-year-old boy was "heartbroken" after his bike was stolen on his birthday.

300 take part in Torfaen 10k

Campaign Series: 300 take part in Torfaen 10k

3:00pm Sunday 21st July 2013

AROUND 300 people raced from Blaenavon to Pontypool yesterday for the annual Torfaen 10k.


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