A couple from Cardiff who bought a derelict chapel in Cwmbran say they aren't concerned about local rumours that it may be haunted.
The funerals have been held of three generations of a family who died in a house fire in Cwmbran.
A 28-year old man has appeared in court charged with murder following a fire which killed 3 generations of the same family in Cwmbran.
Many of us would like to grow our own vegetables, as well as do our bit for the communities in which we live. Now two residents from Cwmbran have managed to combine both - turning disused land into an allotment.
A church group in Cwmbran has come under scrutiny after its claims of 'miracle' healings have raised concerns among doctors.
The Victory Church say more than 50,000 people have attended their services over the past four months to witness what they are calling 'faith healings', as Bethan Muxworthy reports.
The trial of a man accused of murdering three generations of the same family by setting fire to their house is due to begin this morning.
Carl Anthony Mills is charged with the murder of Kayleigh Buckley, 17, her mother Kim, 46, and her daughter Kimberly, who was six months old.
Police were called to to the family home in Cwmbran in the early hours of September 18th last year. The three victims were found dead at the scene.
The jury are being sworn in at Newport Crown Court this morning. The trial is due to last for four weeks.
– Wayne Thompson, Burton’s Biscuit Company
Our people at Llantarnam produce 1.85 tonnes of Wagon Wheels every hour, so it’s crucial that we monitor production very closely – and the new technology we’ve deployed allows us to do this, as well as providing an opportunity to up-skill employees.
– Paul Murphy MP
With over 800 employees – spanning three generations in some cases – Burton’s is a key local employer. An investment of this size underlines the company’s commitment to Llantarnam, and developing new skills in the local workforce.
Biscuit manufacturer Burton's says it will invest £4.6m at its factory near Cwmbran.
The Llantarnam site, which makes brands such as Maryland Cookies, Wagon Wheels and some Cadbury's products, employs 800 people.
The money will be used to install 'cutting edge' control room technology to help monitor the baking process.
A seventeenth-century chapel and its graveyard at St Dials in Cwmbran that was valued at around £8,000 has sold at Auction for £46,000.
The 'property' was being sold by Paul Fosh with planning permission to be turned into a one-bedroom home.
A seventeenth-century chapel in Cwmbran, complete with its very own graveyard, is about to go under the hammer.
The property has permission to be turned into a one-bedroom home, and despite the building's closest neighbours, it is certainly drumming up interest.
Nicola Hendy reports.
The chapel already has planning permission to be converted into a home.
– Paul Fosh, Paul Fosh Auctions
The detached building of stone construction under a pitch tiled roof is not, as far as we know, listed and has existing planning permission for residential conversion.
The adjacent and attached graveyard offers potential for off road parking. I think the chapel, after conversion, could make someone a very cosy, solid little home and you wouldn't have to worry about any noise from the neighbours!
A chapel and its graveyard at St Dials in Cwmbran are on the market.
They are being auctioned by Paul Fosh next week, with a guide price of £8,000.