The parents of missing Kyle Vaughan are holding a fundraiser walk in his honour- nearly a year on since his disappearance.
The walk will start at 2pm from the Newport Gwent Dragons' ground in Newport and will last 35 minutes, finishing with the release of balloons.
Parents Alan and Mary Vaughan say they are hoping the event will help to raise awareness in the hope for new information.
The father of missing man Kyle Vaughan from Newbridge has made a fresh appeal for information about his son, describing the situation as a 'nightmare'.
Alan Vaughan believes Kyle is dead, but says the family are in limbo and can't grieve properly without answers.
The 24-year-old vanished on December 30 last year and exactly what happened to him remains a mystery.
A £5,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information, but Mr Vaughan told ITV News: "Money is not the issue. The issue is my son."
Police are continuing their search for 27-year-old Newbridge man Kyle Vaughan, who was last seen almost a year ago.
Here's what we know about the search to date:
- More than 1,800 pieces of property analysed, including over 180 mobile phone SIM cards
- Around 4,800 mobile phone contacts investigated and 10,000 lines of telecoms data (eg text messages) analysed
- Over 130 CCTV sites visited and 200 hours of footage analysed
- Over 390 statements have been collected
Around five square miles have been searched, comprising routes to Kyle’s home address and the A467 - the last reported sighting of him.
Search areas have included woodland and forestry, pathways and roadways and rivers.
Five people - four males and one female - are on bail in relation to the investigation.
Police recovery dogs have been brought in as the search for missing man Kyle Vaughan continues.
The 24-year-old has not been seen since December 2012.
Officers and dogs are searching woodland near the town of Newbridge in Caerphilly.
Gwent Police have extended their search for missing man Kyle Vaughan - nearly a year on from his disappearance.
Teams of investigators are conducting a two-week search around the Newbridge area.
Gwent Police say the searches are intelligence-led and part of the continuing case.
A murder inquiry was launched after police found Kyle's car damaged near Risca, shortly after he went missing in December last year.
Eight people have been arrested in connection with his disappearance, including two men, aged 25 and 27 and from Blackwood, arrested on suspicion of murder.
In addition, a 22-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and a 21-year-old man from Newbridge and a 15-year-old boy from Abercarn have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.
They are all are on bail until December.
It's a way of saving money that can prove very expensive indeed. Buying fuel at illegal filling stations, where duty hasn't been paid - you're buying a mixture that should never be put into a car engine.
If you're caught, your car could be seized by the taxman. If you're not, the damage to your engine could leave you rueing the day you stopped at a so-called "huckster" filling station.
Tom Sheldrick reports.
Welsh fuel retailers say their trade is being affected by competition from illegal filling stations.
Customs officers have raided two makeshift stations - in Caerphilly and Newbridge - in the last few months.
They've found thousands of litres of red diesel mixed with kerosene and sold cheaply as white diesel.
"Fuel prices have been doing up, and so if you can't buy the fuel you want, at the price you want, there is this alternative to try and resort to illegal tactics" says Brian Madderson, from the Petrol Retailers' Association.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has seized 17 vehicles and contaminated fuel in a raid on a makeshift filling station near Newbridge, Gwent.
Officers removed 4,750 litres of a red diesel and kerosene mix, along with with storage tanks and piping.
The vehicles were returned after a penalty was paid.
“Cheap diesel might seem like a bargain, but stretched fuel is not" says Stuart Fenton, from HMRC’s South West and Wales Road Fuel Testing Unit.
"Kerosene is not designed as a fuel for the modern car engine. It makes diesel more combustible, and prolonged use would undoubtedly damage the engine of any vehicle."
A spokesperson said a man has been questioned, and the investigation continues.
A valleys workmen's institute, built with contributions from local miners a century ago has reopened. The restoration of the Newbridge Memoria Hall and Institute - or MEMO - for short - has cost over £5m pounds. James Wright reports.