For the last four years Chloe has been been planning her own charity. She's determined to make a difference in her community.Read the full story ›
There were tears and applause for Eirwen Selkirk who has spent 40 years on patrol at Abertysswg Primary School.Read the full story ›
A primary school worker stole money from a school charity fund to pay off her son's drug dealer, a hearing in Cardiff has been told.Read the full story ›
The former CaparoTubes factory in Blaenau Gwent is set to reopen in June - eight months after it closed.Read the full story ›
Steel firm Caparo goes administration with the loss of around 1,800 jobs in the UK, according to sources.Read the full story ›
#SWControl Crews are still dealing with a large fire at Nantybwch, Tredegar. Advisable to avoid this area if you can JE
South Wales Fire Crews are still dealing with a large shed fire at Natybwch in Tredegar.
They received a call at approximately 9.30 am to a fire which initially involved a shed but later spread to the property adjacent to the shed.
Four crews are currently at the scene but members of the public are currently being advised to avoid the area due to traffic delays.
Rebecca Maund called at homes in her own street pretending to carry out odd jobs for charity. But she took advantage of two pensioners.Read the full story ›
A rugby player has been suspended from all sport for three years for taking steroids.Christopher Edwards, 29, who plays for Tredegar in WRU League Two East, committed two violations for the possession and sue of anabolic steroids.
The UK Anti-Doping organisation says he committed two violations for the possession and use of anabolic steroids. He's been banned from all competition until April 2017.
Here, the panel recognised the player possessed and used a substance containing multiple anabolic steroids and this, combined with his failure to promptly admit the violations, has led to an aggravated suspension of three years.
An investigation was launched after Mr Edwards offences were reported by a member of the public.
Gwent police is appealing for information following an attempted robbery in Tredegar this morning at about 1030.
A man is said to have approached a woman on Gelli Road, near the Lidl Store, and demanded money.
He was holding a knife at the time say police which the the woman grabbed and as a result suffered a minor cut to her hand, the man then ran off.
Enquiries are on-going, anyone with any information is asked to call Gwent Police on 101, quoting log number 118 30/04/14.
Police are appealing for information following a sexual assault in Bryn Bach Park, Tredegar on Monday afternoon.
Gwent Police says a 16 year old girl was walking past the golf club with a friend when a man rode up to her on a bike, touched her bottom and pulled down her top. He then rode off.
The man is described as white and in his 30s. He was wearing an army camouflage print snood covering the bottom half of his face and a black hat/hood on his head which still exposed prominent black eyebrows. He was also wearing a black raincoat, black trousers and black shoes.