A photographer from Chepstow has won a two-year legal battle against an animal rights group over a selfie photograph of a monkey.
The macaque monkey, called Naruto, took the selfie using David Slater's camera in an Indonesian jungle in 2011.
The group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), brought the case against Slater, listing themselves as a representative of Naruto.
The US court ruled animals cannot own copyrights. Mr Slater agreed to donate 25% of any future revenue of the photograph to charities that help crested macaque monkeys in Indonesia.
The case has brought up issues around expanding legal rights to non-human animals.
Investigations are continuing into the deaths of a husband and wife, whose bodies were found at a house in Chepstow.
52 year-old Nigel Henderson and 35 year-old Stacey Henderson were discovered at the property in Ruffets Close last Friday.
Police say they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths. Mr Henderson, originally from Bristol, was said to be suffering from a chronic illness.
The husband and wife found dead at a house in Chepstow have been pictured.
The bodies of 52 year-old Nigel Henderson and 35 year-old Stacey Henderson were discovered on Friday after police were called to the couple's semi-detached home at around 11.50am.
Officers say they're not looking for anyone else after being called to a house in Ruffets Close.
Four days previously, Mrs Henderson had posted a message on her Facebook profile, which read: "Trust yourself. You've survived a lot, and you'll survive whatever is coming."
Another post featured a quote from Harry Potter author JK Rowling saying: "I have never been remotely ashamed of having been depressed. Never. I went through a really rough time and I am quite proud of that."
Police have named two people who were found dead at a house in Chepstow.
The deaths are still being treated as unexplained.
The family of Stacey Henderson have paid tribute to a 'wonderful and much loved daughter'.
Police are continuing their investigation into the deaths.
Police are carrying out investigations after two people were found dead at an address in Chepstow.
A 52-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman were found by Gwent Police officers at an address on Ruffets Close in the town on Friday morning.
The deaths are currently being treated as unexplained, with officers carrying out enquiries to establish the circumstances.
Police aren't looking for anyone else in connection to the incident and the familes of those involved are being supported.
Work has finally begun to restore the Severn Princess car ferry, which used to take vehicles across the Severn estuary. It went out of business with the opening of the Severn bridge in 1966. It will form the main attraction at a heritage centre in the shadow of the bridge in Chepstow.
Soldiers from the south west have nearly finished their ten week mission to help train the Malian Army. The men from One Rifles, based at Chepstow, have not been involved in any of the fighting with Islamist rebels who control much of the north of Mali.
Inquests will take place later into the deaths of two soldiers killed in Afghanistan last year.
Lance Corporal Jonathan McKinlay and Rifleman Martin Lamb both served with 1st Battalion The Rifles, based in Chepstow.