A bride in Spain is searching for her wedding dress after it was signed for 1,000 miles away, in south Wales
A Caerphilly woman is taking cafe culture to a new level by opening a cafe in her front room.
More than 5,000 women across Wales are being contacted after a retired healthcare worker passed on the Hepatitis C virus to two patients.
Two men, aged 28 and 33, arrested in connection with the death of 35-year-old Stephen Lambert have been charged with murder.
Mr Lambert was discovered with stab injuries at a property in Twmbarlwm Close in Risca on Thursday.
The men will appear before Newport Magistrates Court on Monday.
A man who was stabbed in Risca on Wednesday has been named as 35-year-old Stephen Lambert.
Police and ambulance were called to Twmbarlwm Close after the man was discovered with stab injuries.
He was taken to the Royal Gwent Hospital where he subsequently died.
The two local men, aged 28 and 35, arrested on suspicion of murder are in police custody.
A schoolgirl arrested for allegedly plotting to kill a teacher at a school in Caerphilly county will face no further action.
The 15-year-old girl, from Risca, was arrested on suspicion of conspiring to murder teacher Alison Cray at Cwmcarn High School in May this year.
She will now face no further action after police took advice from the Crown Prosecution Service.
Another 15-year-old girl, from Newbridge, arrested on suspicion of threats to kill, possession of a bladed article on a school premises and conspiracy to commit murder, has had her bail extended.
The two girls have been permanently excluded from the 1,100 pupil school.
A man has been jailed for life at Cardiff Crown Court for murdering his sister's ex-boyfriend.
Mapps denied murder and said he stabbed his friend, a father of a six-year-old boy, in self defence after he came at him with a vodka bottle during the party at his home.
But Mapps was found guilty by a jury after a two week trial.
Judge Neil Bidder QC jailed him for life with a minimum of 20 years in prison.
– Judge Neil Bidder QC
There is only one sentence I can impose and that is life imprisonment. You will serve a minimum of 20 years in jail and will only be released if you are deemed no longer a danger to the public.
You may never be released.
Afterwards Ian’s older sister Carrie Davies said the family were relieved.
– Carrie Davies
We can now start to move forward with our lives, and focus our efforts on looking after and supporting Caine, Ian's six year old son
Gwent Police is appealing for information in the search for missing 14-year-old Bonnie Clarke, from Caerphilly.
She has been missing since Thursday 10 July.
When she was last seen, she wearing pale blue jeans, white converse trainers, a vest top and a cardigan.
Gwent Police is asking anyone who knows of her whereabouts to call 101.
A toddler who was once told she may never be able to walk, has taken her first steps.
Three year old Maisie Cooper from Cross Keys in Caerphilly has a form of cerebral palsy. Her parents had a massive fundraising campaign so she could have a specialist operation in the United States. Sarah Hibbard reports.
Setting up your own business is a big decision but more people in Wales are taking the leap than ever before.
The Innovation Centre for Enterprise in Caerphilly has been giving advice about becoming your own boss.
Wales depends heavily on the public sector, but self employment here is on the rise.
The servants' quarters at the historic Ruperra Castle, near Caerphilly, are for sale.
The 17th century building, which has a guide price of £50,000, is situated in the grounds of the grade II listed castle.
Paul Fosh, owner of Paul Fosh Auctions who are selling the property, said: “This is unique and historic building with a fascinating history linking it to Newport’s illustrious Tredegar House.
"We are selling half, the left hand side of the staff accommodation at Ruperra Castle, which has a collection of rooms arranged over ground and first floors."
Ruperra Castle, which is not for sale, was built in 1626. Now, after almost 400 years, the castle is little more than a romantic ruin.
Overgrown and now ruined Ruperra Castle, recognised as among the first ‘mock’ castles built in Wales, in its heyday the owners entertained King Charles 1 after his toils at the Battle of Naseby.