Police are appealing for information after a Newport man was reported missing.
Ben Caplan, 30, was last seen at 11pm on Saturday in Boleros in Caerleon. He is white, 5ft 9in tall, of slight build, with shoulder length straight brown hair. He was last seen wearing a dark navy t-shirt and jeans.
Ben has tattoos on both arms as well as his back and chest.
Gwent Police say the Severn Area Rescue Association is carrying out searches following reports of someone going into the river at Caerleon Bridge at around 11.45pm on Saturday.
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting log number 295 08/12/13.
An inquest has heard that a smoker was killed when he fell out of his bedroom window while having a late-night cigarette.
The coroners court in Newport was told that Jonathan Brace wasn't allowed to smoke in the house, but he slipped and plunged 20ft to his death hitting his head on the patio.
The inquest heard the 33 year old software engineer Jonathan was found dead by his mother Carolyn the next morning at the family home in Caerleon.Mrs Brace said her son was still living at the family home, because he was saving money for a trip to Australia to see his brother.
Mrs Brace told the inquest she repeatedly warned Jonathan to stop smoking while
sitting on his window ledge.The post mortem report found Jonathan was almost twice the legal drink drivelimit.
Coroner David Bowen recorded a verdict of accidental death.
A video of a three-year-old from Caerleon reciting the Thai alphabet has got more than 2 million views on YouTube.
Dylan Hall was born in Bangkok, but moved back to Wales with his parents in 2010.
His mother Passamon said she's teaching Dylan the Thai language to enable him to communicate with relatives back in Thailand.
His father Peter said: "We weren't expecting the videos of Dylan to become an internet sensation. I guess a little bit of linguistic pride, a bit of happiness and good timing conspired to make our story newsworthy."
"The Thai alphabet Dylan is reciting in that particular video is complex - it has 44 consonant sounds, and each sound has a word plus a rhyme or a line of a poem. Children in Thailand don't usually learn at that level until they're around seven."