Police are appealing for information following a distraction burglary in Caldicot.
Two males in a white transit van knocked on an address on Lapwing Avenue carrying a long set of aluminium ladders.
They offered to clear external guttering and moss from the roof, in which the victims agreed.
The men started the work and then quickly made off with money from inside.
Gwent Police is asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
Police are appealing for information following an armed robbery at a Spar shop.
Gwent Police says the robbery took place at the Spar Store, Main Road, Portskewett, Caldicot at around 9:50pm on Sunday the 20th March 2016.
The offender is described as a white male, slim build, wearing light brown boots, blue jeans, a dark hooded top, with another darker hooded top underneath.
The lower part of his face was covered and the hood of the inner jacket was up over his head.
The man entered the store just prior to closing time and had with him a sports drink bottle containing a liquid and what is described as a black handgun.
The man threatened staff in the store, before leaving with a quantity of cash from the till which he carried away in an orange drawstring carrier bag with ‘CEX’ as part of the logo for the ‘CEX Entertainment Exchange’ chain of stores.
Police are continuing to patrol the area.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
Police are appealing for information following a fatal road traffic collision on the M4 at Newport on Christmas Day.
Gwent Police say the crash happened at around 1800 between junctions 24 and 28 at around 1800 hours on Friday 25th December.
The collision involved a Honda Motorcycle. A 49 year-old man from the Caldicot area died at the scene.
Police are asking anyone with information to call 101.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat was caught and trapped in an illegal gin trap, which resulted in the pet's leg being amputated.
The animal was discovered in a field at Bowdens Lane, Penhow, Caldicot, on 9th June.
Gin traps are designed to catch an animal by its leg, using spring-operated jaws with teeth or a serrated edge. The use of gin traps has been illegal in the UK since 1958, but some are still being used to catch animals such as rabbits and foxes.
Anyone with information is asked to call the RSPCA in confidence on 0300 123 8018.
An investigation is underway after a fire at a Monmouthshire Comprehensive School.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service was called to Caldicot Comprehensive on Mill Lane in Caldicot, at around 8.15am this morning, after reports of a fire in the office area of the school.
Station Manager Matt Jones, who was the Incident Commander said, "It was through the swift action of the attending fire crews extinguishing the fire that prevented this becoming a large incident.
"This was a clear act of arson, and the potential to cause millions of pounds worth of damage was extremely close."
The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but early indications show the fire was started deliberately.
The Airport Commission has received a formal proposal to build an international airport in the Severn Estuary, near Caldicot.
If given the go-ahead, it would cost an estimated £5bn and take seven years to build.
The commission will consider 40 proposals for UK airports - including one for a revamped Cardiff Airport - over the next few months.
One of the UK's most technically advanced schools has been officially opened in Caldicot in Monmouthshire.
Described as a 21st Century school, Dewstow Primary has all the very latest gadgets, and one of the highest ratings for being environmentally friendly.
Our reporter Nicola Hendy went to see what makes it so ahead of its game
Dewstow Primary School, in Caldicot, Monmouthshire has the highest ratings for environmental friendliness of any school in Britain and operates fully with 'learning plazas' These are equipped with the latest IT facilities, including some of the largest touch screen monitors in Europe.
Cllr Liz Hacket Pain, Cabinet Member for Schools and Learning, says...
"I am proud that we are opening yet another state of the arts school. There are more to come with the next phase, worth £80 million, which will see our high schools rebuilt to the same world-beating standards."