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An ode to Stroud’s amazing grasslands: new photographic exhibition opens at the Sub Rooms

Photographer Deborah Roberts has created a new exhibition at the Subscription Rooms

RICH grasslands, rolling green hills and diverse wildlife are all staples of the Five Valley’s iconic and much-loved landscape.

1:17pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

FOOTBALL: Battling Slimbridge try hard against unbeaten leaders Hereford

FOOTBALL: Battling Slimbridge try hard against unbeaten leaders Hereford

Hereford v Slimbridge news

1:09pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Farmer's anger over sheep rustling

Brian Davies with his Welsh mountain sheep some have been taken fron his Abersychan Farm

A TORFAEN farmer has been left furious after a recent spate of sheep rustling on his land.

1:09pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Noisy neighbour ends up in court

Noisy neighbour ends up in court

A Haverfordwest mother has appeared in court after admitting a noise nuisance.

1:08pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

School children win competition that celebrates 50th anniversary of Severn Bridge

HAPPY: (L-R) Angel Ke, Max Philpot, Freya Nunnick,  Amy Ke and Ellie-Rose Whittaker with their LEGO prizes

CHILDREN from a Caldicot School recently won a poster competition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Severn Bridge.

1:05pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Sight charity salutes high-frying fundraisers

John Alonzi and Robert Kershaw

THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised for a Pontypool-based charity thanks to the fundraising efforts of a Newport chip shop.

12:57pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Aberthaw power station ruled to have breached emissions limit

Aberthaw power station ruled to have breached emissions limit

ABERTHAW power station has breached nitrogen oxide limits, the European Court of Justice has ruled.

12:53pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Cotswolds Parliamentary constituency set to gain Nailsworth, and lose Wotton-under-Edge and Kingswood as MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown agrees that current boundaries are "unfair"

Blue, the current boundary lines for the Cotswold Parliamentary constituency and, red, the proposed changes

COTSWOLD MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown agrees with the Boundary Commission for England that "the current system is unfair" as Cotswolds constituency boundaries are shaken up.

12:46pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Alzheimer's Research UK group raise £200 for Walk Newport

FUNDRAISING: The ARUK group raised more than £200 for Alzheimer's Research UK

MEMBERS of the Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK) group in Newport raised more than £200 at an event on Monday.

12:45pm Wednesday 28 September 2016

Art Central Gallery will celebrate tenth anniversary in November

Art Central Gallery

ART Central Gallery will celebrate its tenth anniversary in November with an open exhibition event.

12:37pm Wednesday 28 September 2016
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