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Gwent man banned from driving after being caught 'with cannabis in his blood' behind the wheel

COURT: Thomas Bowden, 23, of Penllwyn Avenue in Pontllanfraith, appeared before Caerphilly Magistrates Court

A MAN was ordered to complete 100 hours of unpaid work in the community after driving while under the influence of cannabis.

8:47pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Gwent politicians slam 'appalling' tax credit cuts

Gwent politicians slam 'appalling' tax credit cuts

NEWPORT East AM John Griffiths and Jayne Bryant, assembly candidate for Newport West, have slammed the UK Government for its plans to cut tax credits.

8:34pm Thursday 8 October 2015

'Monmouth man part of group which plotted to defraud £3 million from NHS', court hears

COURT: Terry Dixon, from Monmouth, along with Daniel Benton, from Leeds, are each charged with one count of conspiracy to commit fraud at Leeds Crown Court

A MONMOUTH man was part of a group of friends who plotted to defraud the NHS of more than £3 million, a court has heard.

8:27pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Condemned Saudi protester's father urges David Cameron to intervene

David Cameron has been urged to intervene with Saudi Arabia over the fate of a protester who has been sentenced to death

The father of a Saudi man facing the death penalty has suggested that an intervention by David Cameron could save his son's life.

7:35pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Mars crater 'used to contain lakes that existed for thousands of years'

The Curiosity rover's landing site on the Gale Carter on Mars (Nasa/PA)

A Martian crater now being explored by the Nasa rover Curiosity once contained lakes that remained for up to 10,000 years at a time - long enough to support life.

7:24pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Tributes to crewmen who died in Chigwell light aircraft crash

Tributes have been made to the men who died in the Chigwell air crash

The crewmen who died in a light aircraft crash have been remembered as fun-loving family men who had been living out their boyhood dreams by becoming pilots.

7:19pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Gordon Brown urges David Cameron to amend Scotland Bill

Gordon Brown urged David Cameron to make changes to the Scotland Bill

David Cameron is risking a "double betrayal" of Scotland if his Government fails to make urgent changes to the Scotland Bill, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned.

7:19pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Fundraising appeal to support Gwent mother of twins who suffered stroke reaches £10,000

FUNDRAISING DRIVE: Charlotte Fairlie with her twins Fox (left) and Teddy

AN APPEAL to raise funds to support a mother from Abergavenny who suffered a massive stroke minutes after her twins were born has reached £10,000.

7:08pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Matt Fitzpatrick steals show from tournament host Ian Poulter

Matt Fitzpatrick claimed the clubhouse lead after the opening day at Woburn

Ian Poulter, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood may have helped to revive the British Masters, but it was a possible future star of English golf who stole the headlines at Woburn.

6:55pm Thursday 8 October 2015

Safe Drive Stay Alive partnership celebrates ten years of saving lives in Wiltshire

Safe Drive Stay Alive partnership celebrates ten years of saving lives in Wiltshire

The Safe Drive Stay Alive partnership, that saves hundreds of lives across Wiltshire, is celebrating ten years of educating young people across the county about road safety.

6:53pm Thursday 8 October 2015
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