A charity in Newport has had a £5000 boost from the Gwent High Sheriff's fund.
An award-winning film academy in Blaenau Gwent is opening its doors to children in the school holidays.
I was pleased to be invited to the Pontypool Youth Project by young people who attended my Gwent Youth Question Time event in March.
I was recently invited to join a round table meeting to discuss off-road biking.
This week Gwent Police is supporting Operation Sceptre, a national week of action to tackle knife crime.
Gwent Police’s Safer Streets team is hosting a crime prevention event for Blackwood residents on Saturday 20 May, 10am – 2pm, at ASDA Blackwood.
Gwent will receive more than £1million from the Home Office to target perpetrators of domestic abuse.
A new youth outreach scheme is helping to tackle antisocial behaviour in Cwmbran.
Pupils from Overmonnow Primary School in Monmouth took part in a litter pick to support The Big Help Out.
Young people across Gwent have received training that could help them save lives in the event of a stabbing.
My team recently joined partners involved in building the new police station at Abergavenny to litter pick the area.
I would like to congratulate Gwent Police officer, PC Mark Powell, who has been awarded 'All Wales rural and wildlife crime police officer of the year 2023'.