The 49-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder after a flat fire at in Cwmbran has been released with no further action.
29-year-old Samantha Thomas died in the blaze, which happened on Tuesday.
Gwent Police officers are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the fire but are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
The family of a woman killed in a flat fire in Cwmbran have paid tribute to her.
Samantha Thomas, 29, died in the blaze in the St Dials area of the town on Tuesday.
Samantha was a much-loved daughter, sister and auntie, who will be greatly missed by all of her close and extended family.
We as a family would ask for privacy from the public and press at this time.
A 49-year-old Cwmbran man, who was taken to the Royal Gwent hospital with smoke inhalation, is now in police custody arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Police are continuing their investigation after a woman died in a fire at a flat in Cwmbran yesterday morning.
A man who was taken to hospital to receive treatment for smoke inhalation has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
The woman has been named as 29-year-old Samantha Thomas.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, after the death of a woman in a flat fire in Cwmbran this morning.
She has been named as Samantha Thomas, 29 and from the town.
Emergency services were called at around 6.30am to the fire in one flat among a larger block. The other flats were evacuated.
More than 30 firefighters, from seven apppliances, tackled the blaze.
Samantha Thomas was pronounced dead at the scene.
The scene of a fatal flat fire in Cwmbran this morning was "like a horror film", neighbours have told ITV News.
A woman was killed in the blaze at around 6.30 this morning, and a man taken to hospital with smoke inhalation.
Gaynor Haines said the flat was "absolutely ablaze", and she feels "so, so sorry" about the way her neighbour died.
Bobby Jones and David Leedham were both involved in trying to get other residents from the block of flats to safety, and described the experience as "scary" and "just horrible."
Neighbours in Cwmbran, where a woman was killed in a flat fire early this morning, have told ITV News they were woken by screaming.
Our reporter Alexandra Lodge is in the St Dials area of the town:
Neighbours say they were woken by screaming just after 6.30am as flat in st dials was ablaze. http://t.co/zDaEkMKi71
Fire crews still trying to secure property after fire. The other flats have been evacuated http://t.co/tkm8SoKO9F
Bron Afon Community Housing has confirmed it owns the flats where the fire happened, on Shakespeare Road.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the woman who died this morning.
We have found alternative accommodation for seven residents who were evacuated and will be offering any help needed by the police and fire service in their investigation.
A woman has died in a fire in Cwmbran this morning.
A man has been taken to hospital with smoke inhalation, after the blaze on Shakespeare Road, St Dials.
Emergency services were called at just after 6.30am, to the fire in a block of four flats.
Gwent Police says the woman was pronounced dead at the scene, and the man taken to the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport.
The other flats have been evacuated, and police and South Wales Fire Service are working to establish the cause of the blaze.
A man from Cwmbran has been fined for operating an illegal tattoo studio from his home.
Adrian Lloyd from Hollybush was found to be operating from a converted garage, which failed to meet basic hygiene standards.
He was also found to be using needles which were past their use-by-dates.
Mr Lloyd, who was not a registered tattooist, pleaded guilty at Newport Magistrates Court.
He was ordered to pay more than £500 in fines and costs.
The council said illegal, unregistered tattooists, also known as scratchers, pose a serious risk to their customers.
As well as the potentially serious health implications, scratchers damage the trade of the many registered tattoo businesses that work hard to uphold the law and offer the best possible service to their customers.
Our advice to residents is that they should only ever use registered tattooing premises.
Gwent Police say officers searching for 72 year old Roger Cecil were called, yesterday afternoon, to a field off Treherbert Road, Cwmbran by a member of the public who had discovered the body of a man.
Mr Cecil went missing from the Royal Gwent Hospital on Saturday.
Whilst the formal identification process has yet to be completed, it’s thought that the body is that of Mr Cecil. At this time the death is being treated as unexplained and Mr Cecil’s family have been informed and will be supported at this difficult time.
Gwent Police have referred the circumstances of the death to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
A man from Cwmbran wanted by police in connection with an assault has been arrested.
Gwent Police said Aaron Slade, 26, was wanted over an assault on Friday 23 January in the Ton Road area of Fairwater, Cwmbran.