Over the next month or so, in Newport and elsewhere, there will be local elections. The campaigning will be tough, the debating will be hard, hopefully none of it will be personal. There will be divisions exposed and arguments made in support or against one political party or another. But... What struck me today as I watched MPs from different parties, and of different colour, creed and religion, speak with one voice in the aftermath of yesterday's atrocity in London was that
Enter the Monmouthshire Business Awards 2017 to showcase your achievements and gain that all important recognition!
Entries close Monday, July 31.
Hywel James will launch the event on Wednesday, April 12, from 5pm to 6:30pm at the Greenmeadow Golf & Country Club, Cwmbran.
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The Monmouthshire Business Awards are one of Wales' premier award schemes, and are often referred to as the 'Welsh Business Oscars'. The a
OK, so the sunset on Monday didn't quite look like the image above - but the launch of #PortHour was still pretty spectacular. For those of you who haven't caught up with what happened on Monday, the basics of #PortHour are pretty simple. Every Monday between 8pm and 9pm anyone in Newport with a great story to tell can share it on Twitter using the hashtag #PortHour or by following the Twitter account @PortHour, which I manage. It really is as simple as that. It doesn't cost