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.
A woman who stole 905 designer handbags has been jailed for 18 months at Newport Crown Court.
Jayne Rand, 48 and from Wiltshire, was eventually caught at a shopping centre in Cwmbran.
The court heard she went into department stores around the UK, stealing almost one handbag a day over three years.
Rand admitted stealing 905 handbags and four purses between December 2009 and December 2012. She also admitted converting criminal assets from 838 handbags.
The Crown Prosecution Service said: "Jayne Rand is an unusually prolific shoplifter, responsible for a very large number of thefts from stores around the country over a prolonged period. She was finally brought to justice thanks to eagle-eyed staff at the House of Fraser store in Cwmbran."
"When police searched her car and home, the scale of her criminal activities quickly became clear. Through proceeds of crime legislation, we are now actively seeking to ensure that Jayne Rand is not able to retain any financial benefit from her criminality.”
Speaking after today's hearing Solicitor General Oliver Heald, who referred the sentence to the Court of Appeal for review, said: "It is hard to overstate the seriousness of this crime."
– Oliver Heald, Solicitor General
Carl Mills murdered three generations of the same family, leaving a chasm of grief.
I asked the Court of Appeal to look again at this sentence, as despite it being a life sentence with a term of 30 years minimum, the fact remains that Mills denied having set the fire and maintained that stance at trial.
I am thankful that the Court of Appeal has today increased his minimum term to 35 years and I can only hope this offers some degree of reassurance to the public.
Carl Mills has had his sentence for killing three members of the same family in Cwmbran increased from 30 years to 35 years by Court of Appeal Judges.
The court had heard how Mills bombarded his partner with texts and warned "I will burn your house down".
Kimberley, born 13 weeks premature, was at home for the first time after being discharged from hospital on the day of the fire.
Homeless Mills, the baby's father, was living in a tent in the front garden but had been banned from seeing the child unsupervised.
A man who burnt down his teenage girlfriend's home, killing three generations of one family, is having his sentence reviewed to see if it is "unduly lenient".
Carl Mills was jailed for life in July and ordered to serve a 30-year minimum term behind bars before he can apply for parole.
46 year old Kim Buckley her 17 year old daughter Kayleigh and 6 month old granddaughter Kimberley, died in the fire in Cwmbran last year.
The 30 year minimum term imposed will be scrutinised at the Court of Appeal in London.
The partner of a woman who died in a house fire in Cwmbran, which killed three generations of the same family, has told us their relatives are still struggling to come to terms with their loss.
David Parker was speaking at a memorial service for Kim Buckley, her daughter Kayleigh and six-month-old granddaughter Kimberley, who died when their home was set alight last September.
The house has since been demolished - but today relatives of the Buckley family returned to plant trees on the site in memory of those they lost.
More than 50 friends and family have gathered in Cwmbran to remember three generations of the same family killed a year ago.
This afternoon a memorial garden will be opened in honour of Kim Buckley, her daughter Kayleigh and six-month-old granddaughter Kimberley.
A memorial ceremony will be held today for three generations of the same family who were killed when their house was set alight in Cwmbran.
Kim Buckley, her daughter Kayleigh and her granddaughter Kimberly died in the blaze last September.
Kimberley's father Carl Mills was jailed for a minimum of 30 years in July after being found guilty of murder.
Relatives of the Buckley family are inviting friends and neighbours to plant trees on the site of their house, which has since been grassed over.
Peter Andre brought the centre of Cwmbran to a bit of a standstill this lunchtime.
The singer and reality TV star was in town on a promotional visit.
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.