A 79-year-old woman is missing from her home in Sebastopol, Pontypool.
Gwendoline Metcalf was last seen in Ash Grove Close at about 5.30pm yesterday. She is 5ft 4ins tall, of slight build with short grey/white hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a blue mac, lilac shirt and navy trousers.
Gwent Police says she may be wearing a hat and have beige handbag with her. She walks with the aid of sticks.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting log number 494 30/05/14.
A pioneering project aimed at helping children who repeatedly go missing could be extended across Wales after a successful first year.
The Gwent Missing Children project received over £500,000 of National Lottery funding.
It works by bringing public services together under one roof and sharing information on vulnerable young people - and has already seen a significant reduction in runaway incidents.
A project in Gwent has supported more than 500 vulnerable young people and their families in the year since its launch.
The Gwent Missing Children project, based near Pontypool, is funded by the National Lottery, and helps to trace and support young people who have run away, gone missing, or left home for any reason.
17-year-old Zoe was helped by a support worker from the project, after she was repeatedly leaving home, and now has a much better relationship with her mother, and better prospects for work.
Pontypool Police Station will be the first in Wales to offer local victims of crime the chance to speak to Victim Support workers at weekly drop in surgeries.
From today, a Victim Support surgery will be held every Thursday between 12pm and 2pm.
It's the first time Victim Support have trailled these surgeries specifically at police stations in Wales.
A farmer from Pontypool is calling on dog owners to keep their pets under control, after 10 of his lambs were killed in a dog attack.Read the full story ›
There's a call for dog owners to keep their pets on leads when walking near livestock.
It's after a number of lambs were killed in a dog attack on a farm near Pontypool.
Farmer James Bourne says he lost 10 lambs and one ewe in the incident. A further 6 lambs were injured.
Three dogs were involved in the attack, but Gwent Police say they haven't yet been able to identify the owners.
Police are searching for a driver who stole a forklift truck which was later involved in a hit-and-run collision with a car.
The man crashed into a car and carried on driving along a stretch of road between New Inn and Glascoed Village, near Pontypool, on Wednesday.
The driver abandoned the forklift vehicle near the junction at Gold Road, New Inn, where he was last seen running away.
The collision, between a forklift truck and a car occurred at about 6.45pm, with the forklift truck failing to stop.
The driver of the forklift truck abandoned it near the junction of Golf Road, New Inn, and made off on foot. Earlier that evening the forklift truck had been stolen from a site at Little Mill.
The man is described as white, of stocky build, aged in his 20s and dressed in white clothing, and wearing a blue and white baseball hat.
There's disruption on Arriva Trains Wales between Abergavenny and Pontypool and New Inn because of flooding.
A six year old school boy from Pontypool is hoping to become the world's first deaf racing car driver.
Caleb McDuff who was diagnosed as profoundly deaf at the age of two normally relies on special hearing aids but has to take them out when he puts his helmet on.
When in his go-kart, Caleb uses vibrations and sign language to communicate on the track.
Caleb is now hoping to enter his first big competition and race other children at the Bambino Kart Championship next year.
His father, Ian McDuff says: "He knows where he wants his future to be and ask him which race car he wants to drive, and without a seconds thought, he'll tell you Ferrari."
An American walker has uncovered a welsh man's tombstone, that's more than a century old, in an abandoned graveyard. James Sibbring made the discovery whilst hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountains near La Porte in California.
Mr Sibbring was surprised to read that the man, Evan J Jones, was born in Pontypool - more than 5,000 miles away. He was keen to try and track down Mr Jones' relatives, so he contacted the team at Pontypool Museum.
They were delighted to receive his letter and are now trying to find out more about Mr Jones. During the 1800s thousands of people left Wales for America in search of work and more opportunities. Most ended up on the East side of the country, in places like Boston and New York.
Experts say that it was very unusual for Mr Jones to have ended up in the West. They think he travelled there in search of gold, and by the quality of his gravestone, he must have been quite successful.