1. Caldicot Community Hub to keep legacy of holocaust victims alive (1/18/2018)
  2. Happiness sweeps across Monmouthshire on Blue Monday (1/17/2018)
  3. Council to engage over proposed Raglan residential development site (1/15/2018)
  4. Council gives green light to new tourism strategy (1/15/2018)
  5. Beat the winter blues and take part in the Happiness Pulse (1/15/2018)
  6. Residents welcomed to talk budget with Council (1/12/2018)
  7. County celebrates a decade of Fairtrade action (1/12/2018)
  8. MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE (1/10/2018)
  9. Shake off the winter blues at Caldicot’s hub (1/10/2018)
  10. Monmouth Community Hub provides cure for winter blues (1/9/2018)
  11. Usk Community Hub provides two events to beat the winter blues (1/9/2018)
  12. Council becomes first in UK to reach sports award pinnacle (1/9/2018)
  13. Car parking capacity reduced for crucial schemes (1/9/2018)
  14. Council talks to local company about reduction of traffic worries (1/9/2018)
  15. Council urges residents to Talk to Us at forum (1/9/2018)
  16. – UPDATED – HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (3rd – 5th JANUARY 2018) (1/4/2018)
  17. Monmouth Chippenham Mead play area consultation (1/2/2018)
  18. Chairman’s New Year message (12/28/2017)
  19. Council issues dates for waste and recycling collection over Christmas (12/28/2017)
  20. Council seeks views on Monmouth play area facilities (12/22/2017)
  21. Gwent Community Groups Can Apply for Up to £5,000 (12/20/2017)
  22. Local firms and councillors chip in to bring festive joy for vulnerable youngsters (12/19/2017)
  23. Council helps young people face loss at Christmas (12/18/2017)
  24. Bank Holiday Office Closures (12/18/2017)
  25. Council staff Elf it up to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society (12/15/2017)
  26. All Monmouthshire Schools open today (Wednesday 13th December 2017.) (12/13/2017)
  27. Council issues plans for Christmas and New Year (12/12/2017)
  28. Council delivers to keep Monmouthshire going in snow and ice (12/12/2017)
  29. It’s snowing in Monmouthshire (12/10/2017)
  30. Time running out to share views on future of Bailey Park (12/8/2017)
  31. Christmas celebration for Chepstow Community Hub (12/8/2017)
  32. Monmouthshire’s businesses offered free social media workshop (12/5/2017)
  33. Free Business Wales workshops in December to help local business owners (12/4/2017)
  34. Motivated Monmouthshire volunteers honoured (12/4/2017)
  35. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (4th – 6th DECEMBER 2017) (12/1/2017)
  36. MonLeisure opens door to New Year fitness! (11/30/2017)
  37. Usk Hub to run festive market (11/30/2017)
  38. Festive fun and amazing activities on offer in Monmouthshire (11/29/2017)
  39. Public organisations join in declaring NO to violence against women (11/28/2017)
  40. Role of Monmouthshire’s carers recognised at Usk event (11/28/2017)
  41. Council provides free Christmas parking boost for Abergavenny, Chepstow and Monmouth (11/25/2017)
  42. Abergavenny man prosecuted by council for Blorenge fly-tipping (11/24/2017)
  43. Monmouthshire public service board welcome feedback on priorities for future generations. (11/24/2017)
  44. Local Entrepreneurs inspire Caldicot pupils to turn a hobby in to business (11/22/2017)
  45. Young people spark debate with Councillors to celebrate local Democracy Week (11/22/2017)
  46. County centres on safeguarding and anti-bullying activities (11/20/2017)
  47. Mitchel Troy temporary site closure (11/20/2017)
  48. Leisure staff provide temporary service while replacement building undergoes construction (11/14/2017)
  49. Views sought on what matters to country park users (11/13/2017)
  50. Council’s letting service offers great deal for county’s landlords (11/10/2017)
  51. Foster Care team on hand to meet and greet potential Foster Carers in Chepstow (11/10/2017)
  52. Strategy for young carers on the agenda at Skenfrith (11/7/2017)
  53. Councils given powers to hit fly-tipping with fixed penalties (11/7/2017)
  54. Council celebrates with ‘appy birthday prize draw (11/7/2017)
  55. Over 6,900 attend Caldicot Castle firework display (11/7/2017)
  56. Residents urged to take part in a survey to help shape the future of Bailey Park, Abergavenny (11/6/2017)
  57. Monmouthshire sports clubs encouraged to apply for funding of up to £1,500. (11/2/2017)
  58. Caldicot Castle offers festive partygoers old time entertainment and dining (10/30/2017)
  59. Monmouthshire’s businesses offered free workshop to boost website reach (10/30/2017)
  60. Two sheds are better than one says Usk Primary (10/27/2017)
  61. Council closes roads outside former Abergavenny pub (10/25/2017)
  62. Students seek constructive answers to conflict (10/24/2017)
  63. Monmouthshire offers half term activities for busy youngsters (10/23/2017)
  64. Youngsters partake in Monmouthshire sports conference (10/23/2017)
  65. Region’s creative workers to be surveyed over sharing co-working spaces (10/23/2017)
  66. Council continues to make progress in its priority areas (10/19/2017)
  67. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 30th November deadline to apply for secondary school places (10/17/2017)
  68. Over 5,000 residents sign up to My Monmouthshire app for easier access to Monmouthshire County Council (10/17/2017)
  69. Council Leader “disappointed” over Welsh Government’s approach to funding (10/17/2017)
  70. Gilwern Primary School wins recognition for healthy lifestyle support (10/17/2017)
  71. Caldicot Castle offers November 5th fireworks spectacular (10/16/2017)
  72. Makeover for council’s family info website (10/16/2017)
  73. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 12th January deadline to apply for 2018 reception class places (10/16/2017)
  74. Council supports World Mental Health Day (10/10/2017)
  75. Chairman’s charity funding provides boost for two local charities (10/6/2017)
  76. Council fits first public car charging point in Chepstow (10/5/2017)
  77. Free business workshops to aid Monmouthshire’s entrepreneurs (10/5/2017)
  78. Safety issues lead council to install traffic lights on A466 (10/4/2017)
  79. Click here to watch the Cabinet live stream (10/4/2017)
  80. Get your superfast broadband questions answered at Openreach surgery in Raglan (9/26/2017)
  81. Council services continue to be among best in Wales (9/13/2017)
  82. Thousands join Monmouthshire’s celebration of wellbeing at Usk Show (9/13/2017)
  83. Museum wins coveted award for women’s exhibition (9/13/2017)
  84. European Agri-Urban delegates to attend Abergavenny Food festival (9/11/2017)
  85. “Superfast broadband allows flexibility to work from home and see family” says Abergavenny’s Leighton (9/8/2017)
  86. SURVEY – emotional well-being and mental health of children and young people (9/7/2017)
  87. Flood Prevention in and around Monmouth – Public workshop on Friday 8th September (9/5/2017)
  88. Reggae ensemble to perform for people with disabilities at Chepstow’s community hub (9/5/2017)
  89. Experience the best of Monmouthshire in the council pavilion at Usk Show (9/1/2017)
  90. Tintern parties on with its autumnal Old Station fiesta (9/1/2017)
  91. Council to inspect memorial safety at Chepstow Cemetery (8/31/2017)
  92. Local businesses offered free electric car charger trial (8/30/2017)
  93. Monmouthshire and Education Achievement Service South East Wales: GCSE results (provisional on the day results) (8/25/2017)
  94. Campaign launched to showcase benefits of superfast broadband in Monmouthshire (8/25/2017)
  95. Monmouthshire Games sports programme firm favourite with county’s youngsters (8/22/2017)
  96. Another great year for Monmouthshire’s A-Level students (8/18/2017)
  97. Local author presents latest book at Chepstow Hub (8/10/2017)
  98. Reading challenge encourages children to pick up a good book   (8/8/2017)
  99. Local author presents latest book at Chepstow Hub (8/7/2017)
  100. Green light for Monmouth’s new leisure centre (8/1/2017)
  101. Reduced A48 speed limit recommended for Pwllmeyric (7/28/2017)
  102. Have you subscribed for My Alert e-mail updates ? (7/26/2017)
  103. Council offers summer activities for Monmouthshire’s young people (7/26/2017)
  104. Council to inspect memorial safety at Llanelly Cemetery (7/21/2017)
  105. Council reflects on Welsh language policy progress (7/21/2017)
  106. Usk’s new play park is open – bring on the summer fun! (7/19/2017)
  107. Brit pop legends Ocean Colour Scene rock Caldicot Castle (7/18/2017)
  108. Local legends Rusty Shackle loved by home crowd at Caldicot Castle (7/18/2017)
  109. World’s biggest girl band deliver pop perfection at Caldicot Castle (7/18/2017)
  110. Party atmosphere in Monmouthshire to welcome the Velothon (7/11/2017)
  111. Beautiful bikes and breakfast in Monmouthshire for the Velothon (7/4/2017)
  112. Business Wales offers series of free workshops for Monmouthshire (7/4/2017)
  113. Monmouthshire trading standards officer wins award (7/4/2017)
  114. MonLeisure opens the door to summer fitness! (7/3/2017)
  115. Caldicot rocks to the sounds of the Eighties (6/30/2017)
  116. Judy Murray rallies pupils and tennis coaches in Abergavenny (6/30/2017)
  117. Council appoints select committee chairs (6/29/2017)
  118. County says NO to dog fouling (6/29/2017)
  119. Council to enhance safety measures at Usk recycling site (6/27/2017)
  120. Trading standards team cautions against wedding scams (6/27/2017)
  121. Public welcomed to look at new plans for improvements to Wye Bridge Junction, Monmouth (6/27/2017)
  122. JMC Taxis (4) (6/16/2017)
  123. Construction on new Monmouth Comprehensive School site takes big step forward (6/14/2017)
  124. Nominations invited to recognise Monmouthshire’s community volunteers (6/14/2017)
  125. Council garden adopts green approach to growing produce (6/14/2017)
  126. Monmouthshire’s trading standards team broadcasts warning over illicit TV set-top boxes (6/14/2017)
  127. JMC Taxis (3) (6/13/2017)
  128. JMC Taxis (2) (6/12/2017)
  129. Council’s area committee meeting for Chepstow features public forum (6/12/2017)
  130. JMC Taxis (6/12/2017)
  131. View the live updated General Election results. (6/8/2017)
  132. You can now view your polling station online (6/7/2017)
  133. Severn View resident Edith celebrates her centenary (6/6/2017)
  134. Volunteers pick litter to enhance new Parkrun route (6/5/2017)
  135. Monmouthshire partnership to promote environmental events (6/4/2017)
  136. County celebrates difference made by volunteers (5/30/2017)
  137. Chepstow Hub hosts evening with celebrated author (5/30/2017)
  138. Usk transformed as VELOTHON Wales edges closer (5/26/2017)
  139. Council posts warning following Blorenge fly-tipping incident (5/23/2017)
  140. Boat’s kitchen back afloat thanks to help from environmental health officers (5/23/2017)
  141. Monmouthshire elects new Chairman (5/19/2017)
  142. Mounton House students enjoy gymnastic ace visit (5/19/2017)
  143. Council focuses on county’s impressive tourism offer (5/16/2017)
  144. Monmouthshire’s Future (5/16/2017)
  145. Monmouth Community Hub to observe Elmer Day (5/15/2017)
  146. Sudbrook youngsters enjoy open air fun (5/15/2017)
  147. Monmouthshire Council proud to support Fostering Fortnight (5/11/2017)
  148. Monmouthshire County Council’s Verge Sponsorship Policy (5/10/2017)
  149. Conservatives win majority following council elections (5/8/2017)
  150. Election results live updates 4th May 2017 (5/4/2017)
  151. Monmouthshire’s gearing up to welcome this year’s Velothon (4/28/2017)
  152. Bank Holiday Monday – 1st May (4/28/2017)
  153. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (27th and 28th APRIL 2017) (4/27/2017)
  154. Council praises Usk in Bloom pollinator award (4/26/2017)
  155. Council’s community hubs to offer new drivers free online tests (4/19/2017)
  156. Office opening times – Easter 2017 (4/13/2017)
  157. Louisa Johnson and Sheppard to join Little Mix at Caldicot Castle (4/12/2017)
  158. Council publishes list of candidates for May 4th elections (4/7/2017)
  159. Market to attract Abergavenny’s local talent with open mic event (4/7/2017)
  160. Town Council wards and details of the candidates standing for election are available (4/5/2017)
  161. Councillors acknowledge role of county’s young carers in creating strategy (4/4/2017)
  162. Monmouthshire looks forward to Easter full of fun (4/3/2017)
  163. Council’s community hubs offer book amnesty in return for food donations (4/3/2017)
  164. Business Wales offers free workshops for budding entrepreneurs (3/29/2017)
  165. Packed meeting at Caldicot hub for refugee campaign discussion (3/28/2017)
  166. Funding will help county’s families (3/28/2017)
  167. Highways Website Survey (3/28/2017)
  168. Drama production helps students to stay safe and speak up (3/27/2017)
  169. Monmouthshire joins WWF’s Earth Hour 2017 (3/23/2017)
  170. Westminster – Monmouthshire’s Chairman Councillor Jim Higginson expresses condolences (3/23/2017)
  171. Volunteers play part to keep Monmouthshire tidy (3/20/2017)
  172. £4.5 million for Monmouthshire solar farm (3/20/2017)
  173. Councillor urges government support for businesses hit by rate rise (3/20/2017)
  174. Teamwork provides welcome lifebuoy for Chepstow riverside (3/17/2017)
  175. Council flag raising ceremony marks Commonwealth Day (3/15/2017)
  176. County hosts national religious education meeting (3/15/2017)
  177. Monmouthshire pupils encouraged to Be Bold for Change on International Women Day (3/14/2017)
  178. Garden waste registration 2017-18 is now open (3/13/2017)
  179. Unfortunately there will be an interruption to our Council Tax/Business Rates service. (3/8/2017)
  180. County celebrates day of patron saint (3/6/2017)
  181. £1.2 bn Cardiff Capital Region City Deal ratified by local authority partners (3/6/2017)
  182. Prince William launches awards programme at Llanfoist Fawr Primary School (3/4/2017)
  183. Leisure draw winner donates prize to local charity (3/1/2017)
  184. Happy St David’s Day! (3/1/2017)
  185. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (1st and 2nd MARCH 2017) (3/1/2017)
  186. Monmouthshire’s recycling and waste performance reflects partnership between residents and council (2/24/2017)
  187. Usk parents and children look forward to town’s new park (2/23/2017)
  188. Monmouthshire’s young people engage in the democratic process (2/23/2017)
  189. Usk Hub to run St David’s Day country market (2/23/2017)
  190. Public meeting to discuss future for Chepstow tourism provision (2/22/2017)
  191. Council requests customer feedback to improve library service (2/22/2017)
  192. Council to back Monmouthshire Fairtrade Fortnight campaign (2/22/2017)
  193. Council seeks non-registered parents of children interred in Llanfoist Cemetery (2/20/2017)
  194. Council voices disappointment at Welsh Government rate relief scheme (2/18/2017)
  195. Abergavenny bus station closure to accommodate crane removal (2/17/2017)
  196. Abergavenny’s double Olympic medal winner Becky James unveiled a community information screen in her home town today. (2/17/2017)
  197. The council’s street furniture policy (2/15/2017)
  198. Tiny visitors make hearts melt at Mardy Park Abergavenny (2/15/2017)
  199. Durand Primary School wins recognition for healthy lifestyle support (2/14/2017)
  200. Monmouthshire County Council’s New Car Parking Order (2/13/2017)
  201. Olympic star to switch on Abergavenny info board (2/10/2017)
  202. Informal council event to offer advice on provision for children with disabilities (2/8/2017)
  203. Sports Development team recognised for outstanding work (2/6/2017)
  204. Caerwent House on the road to recovery (2/2/2017)
  205. Monmouthshire, Cardiff and Blaenau Gwent Councils Back Cardiff Capital Region City Deal (1/27/2017)
  206. Monmouth Cemetery – Memorial Safety Testing (1/25/2017)
  207. Environmental health officers warn against ‘quick-fix’ diet solutions (1/25/2017)
  208. Durand Primary School provides lifeline for pupils, staff and community (1/20/2017)
  209. Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) (1/20/2017)
  210. Residents asked to help shape the future of Monmouthshire’s public services (1/19/2017)
  211. Sign up for E Billing today – get your council tax or business rate bill sent to your inbox! (1/17/2017)
  212. Caldicot to remember suffering of Holocaust victims (1/16/2017)
  213. Little Mix to play outdoor show at Caldicot Castle this summer (1/13/2017)
  214. Council calls for evidence on village hall and charity financial hardship (1/13/2017)
  215. Council unveils new plans for Monmouth Leisure Centre (1/12/2017)
  216. Investment team to hold ‘Grow your Business’ drop-in surgery (1/10/2017)
  217. Museum to feature exhibition by local artist (1/10/2017)
  218. New group launched to help people with learning disabilities find friendship (1/6/2017)
  219. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 13th January deadline to apply for 2017 reception class places (1/5/2017)
  220. Budget 17/18 Info in Session 5th January at County Hall (1/5/2017)
  221. Initiatives launched to benefit armed forces community (1/3/2017)
  222. Council Leader awarded OBE for excellent public service (12/31/2016)
  223. Monmouthshire’s Chairman County Councillor Jim Higginson delivers his New Year message (12/29/2016)
  224. Over 5,000 residents sign up to My Monmouthshire app for easier access to Monmouthshire County Council (12/20/2016)
  225. Conference celebrates Monmouthshire Flying Start 10 year Anniversary (12/20/2016)
  226. Council gives cautious welcome to Welsh Government business rate relief fund (12/18/2016)
  227. Council to consult over 2017/18 budget proposals (12/18/2016)
  228. Hub staff work to provide cheer over the festive period (12/18/2016)
  229. Council to hold election briefings for candidates and agents (12/16/2016)
  230. Community Hub features student artworks (12/14/2016)
  231. Councils’ Green Infrastructure pollinators plan wins national landscape award (12/7/2016)
  232. “What’s good about your community?” (12/7/2016)
  233. Car park offers extra spaces for town’s shoppers (12/6/2016)
  234. Council and chambers urge businesses to take prompt action on draft revaluations (12/6/2016)
  235. Glass recycling trial questionnaire (12/5/2016)
  236. Youngsters reap community hub’s summer reading challenge prizes (12/5/2016)
  237. Council’s environmental health officers secure Abergavenny fly-tipping prosecution (12/5/2016)
  238. County celebrates Eisteddfod success (11/29/2016)
  239. Council’s trading standards officers secure illegal tobacco prosecution (11/29/2016)
  240. Council and action group put in bid for new Magor with Undy railway station (11/28/2016)
  241. Consumers urged to understand their rights during National Consumer Week (11/28/2016)
  242. New rules introduced in Wales to ensure takeaways promote food hygiene ratings on publicity materials (11/25/2016)
  243. Council’s rights of way improvement plan under review (11/22/2016)
  244. Young people living with self-harm find a “Buddy” in new support and advice website (11/21/2016)
  245. Council events to highlight problems of men’s health and suicide (11/17/2016)
  246. Council provides free Christmas parking boost for Abergavenny, Chepstow and Monmouth (11/15/2016)
  247. Senedd recognises valuable role of Monmouthshire’s occupational therapists (11/15/2016)
  248. Council Chairman pays tribute to the fallen of past conflicts (11/15/2016)
  249. Youngsters reap community hub’s summer reading challenge prizes (11/14/2016)
  250. Council to survey parents over Welsh-medium provision (11/14/2016)
  251. GET READY FOR WINTER (11/10/2016)
  252. Monmouthshire resident information – Local Info (11/10/2016)
  253. Council aims to extend outdoor recreation opportunities for people with disabilities (11/9/2016)
  254. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (MONDAY 14TH NOVEMBER TO THURSDAY 17TH NOVEMBER) (11/9/2016)
  255. Council calls for reassessment on business rate revaluation (11/8/2016)
  256. North Monmouthshire community events to feature latest on superfast broadband (11/7/2016)
  257. Council’s lifeguards to undergo training on newly-introduced safety equipment (11/4/2016)
  258. Do You Enjoy Working With Children and Families? (11/4/2016)
  259. MONMOUTHSHIRE VOLUNTEER FAIR CREATES EISTEDDFOD LEGACY (11/3/2016)
  260. Monmouthshire resident information – Local Info (11/3/2016)
  261. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 30th November deadline to apply for secondary school places (11/3/2016)
  262. Council delighted with £350m Llanfrechfa Grange super hospital announcement (10/31/2016)
  263. Armed Forces Champion coordinates Abergavenny Armistice Day events (10/28/2016)
  264. Council to act on rate revaluation hike (10/26/2016)
  265. Council celebrates European Democracy Week with open Q&A session (10/25/2016)
  266. Monmouthshire Chairman’s charity funding provides boost for Wales Air Ambulance and Noah’s Ark Charity (10/24/2016)
  267. Hub’s crafting group marks milestone with afternoon tea (10/21/2016)
  268. Blaenau Gwent signs up to SRS (10/21/2016)
  269. Monmouthshire School meals menu Winter 2016 (10/21/2016)
  270. Council services continue to improve (10/18/2016)
  271. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (SUNDAY 16th OCTOBER TO WEDNESDAY 19th OCTOBER 2016) (10/14/2016)
  272. Ancient Egypt Comes To Abergavenny (10/13/2016)
  273. Council shines light on daytime streetlamp illumination (10/13/2016)
  274. Council to launch app to improve customer service (10/13/2016)
  275. Nominations invited to recognise community volunteers (10/12/2016)
  276. Full steam ahead for two new secondary schools (10/12/2016)
  277. Council to celebrate European Democracy Week with open Q&A session (10/12/2016)
  278. Council welcomes leading aluminium business to Chepstow (10/6/2016)
  279. Council hosts engagement forum for residents with disabilities (10/4/2016)
  280. Monmouthshire County Council joins fight against criminal scams (10/4/2016)
  281. Getting a TV Licence (9/14/2016)
  282. Council to ask young people about library provision (9/12/2016)
  283. Public services engage communities to shape future (9/8/2016)
  284. Council licensing officers secure prosecution against Abergavenny private hire firm (9/8/2016)
  285. Council maintains performance while reducing expenditure (9/8/2016)
  286. Council to introduce glass collection trial (9/6/2016)
  287. Government armed forces fund could strengthen links between county’s communities (9/5/2016)
  288. Tour of Britain cycling race (9/5/2016)
  289. Council to consult over footbridge linking Abergavenny and Llanfoist (8/30/2016)
  290. Monmouthshire’s community hub activities encourage youngsters to develop a love of reading (8/26/2016)
  291. Rural projects invited to access funds (8/26/2016)
  292. Monmouthshire’s GCSE students celebrate another increase in attainment (8/26/2016)
  293. Town’s information centre to be available throughout autumnal tourism season (8/23/2016)
  294. Monmouthshire recycling rate hits a new high (8/23/2016)
  295. Lottery boost for Raglan community (8/23/2016)
  296. Emergency Contact – Monmouthshire @Innovation House communication problems (8/23/2016)
  297. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN FRIDAY 19th AUGUST 2016 TO SATURDAY 20th AUGUST 2016 (8/19/2016)
  298. Council’s access guide sets good practice for Scottish gate design (8/19/2016)
  299. Amazing results for Monmouthshire’s A-Level students (8/18/2016)
  300. Fostering in Monmouthshire (8/16/2016)
  301. Road Safety Wales Warns of the Dangers of Fatigue (8/15/2016)
  302. County’s status as food capital of Wales underlined at National Eisteddfod (8/15/2016)
  303. Monmouthshire celebrates its successful National Eisteddfod after a packed week of music, language and culture (8/9/2016)
  304. Reading challenge encourages children to pick up a good book (8/9/2016)
  305. Council takes steps towards reaching dementia-friendly status (8/8/2016)
  306. County’s young people make the most of council’s summer play opportunities (8/8/2016)
  307. Eisteddfod 2016 (8/8/2016)
  308. County revels in Eisteddfod celebration of language and culture as crowds take to loving Monmouthshire (8/2/2016)
  309. A warm welcome for all at the National Eisteddfod (7/30/2016)
  310. Monmouthshire’s National Eisteddfod is here! (7/29/2016)
  311. Council’s parks win much sought after Green Flag Awards (7/26/2016)
  312. Colourful ceremony marks 200 years of Chepstow’s ancient bridge (7/26/2016)
  313. Together Stronger: Monmouthshire’s leaders back Welsh stance on opposing hate crime (7/15/2016)
  314. Government armed forces fund could benefit county’s communities (7/13/2016)
  315. Community celebrates 200 years of Chepstow’s ancient bridge (7/13/2016)
  316. Science on the Eisteddfod Maes (7/12/2016)
  317. Council seeks to work with private landlords for housing solutions (7/12/2016)
  318. There’s still time to apply for a ‘Welsh Business Oscar’ (7/12/2016)
  319. Welsh language album of the year award shortlist revealed (7/7/2016)
  320. Ceremony marks progress on new school for Caldicot (7/5/2016)
  321. Council to host Monmouth transgender awareness event (7/5/2016)
  322. Council plans ahead for Eisteddfod (7/4/2016)
  323. Council to provide play opportunities during August (7/4/2016)
  324. Eisteddfod Parking contract available (7/3/2016)
  325. Rural board looks at service delivery with call for communities to participate (7/1/2016)
  326. 30 June 2016 – Last chance to buy early bird bargain tickets for 2016 Eisteddfod (6/30/2016)
  327. Council publishes improvement plan and commits to efficient and cost effective services (6/22/2016)
  328. EU referendum – your questions answered (6/21/2016)
  329. Massed choirs enchant Monmouthshire music lovers in Caldicot Castle Eisteddfod concert (6/20/2016)
  330. Eisteddfod Drama Village Schedule Announced (6/17/2016)
  331. Leisure centre joins forces with emergency services to save lives by supporting national campaign (6/17/2016)
  332. Crown and Chair presented to Eisteddfod Committee (6/14/2016)
  333. Monmouth community hub to host charity knitting event (6/13/2016)
  334. EU referendum – your questions answered (6/10/2016)
  335. Brewers lend green fingers for bee-friendly community garden makeover (6/10/2016)
  336. School pupils present community with defibrillator (6/10/2016)
  337. Improvement work to Abergavenny centre nears completion (6/9/2016)
  338. Council seeks ambassadors to welcome Eisteddfod visitors (6/9/2016)
  339. Council to provide Eisteddfod info and invite involvement (6/9/2016)
  340. Monmouthshire partnership to promote environmental events featuring sustainability (6/9/2016)
  341. Council makes preparations for visit of National Eisteddfod (6/3/2016)
  342. Council hosts residents’ over 50s forum (6/3/2016)
  343. Council hosts transport discussion for residents with disabilities (6/3/2016)
  344. Council hubs promote family history during learning festival (6/3/2016)
  345. County salutes positive impact made by volunteers (5/31/2016)
  346. Gardeners offered chance to display skills at National Eisteddfod (5/30/2016)
  347. Opportunity for Monmouthshire Gardening Groups & Garden Centres to get involved in the National Eisteddfod (5/27/2016)
  348. Monmouthshire’s community hubs to encourage love of reading during National Bookstart Week (5/27/2016)
  349. Council urges high turnout for EU referendum (5/25/2016)
  350. Day of action centres on dog fouling in Abergavenny (5/24/2016)
  351. Monmouthshire warmly embraces Wales Velothon (5/24/2016)
  352. 2015 exceptional year for tourism in Monmouthshire (5/20/2016)
  353. Velothon Frequently Asked Questions (5/18/2016)
  354. Caldicot councillor to serve as Monmouthshire Chairman (5/12/2016)
  355. Usk pupils invest in creativity and enterprise (5/11/2016)
  356. Eisteddfod drop-in session (5/10/2016)
  357. Library to offer beauty advice session to people living with cancer (5/10/2016)
  358. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL (5/6/2016)
  359. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL (5/6/2016)
  360. Velothon 2016 road closure information now available. (5/5/2016)
  361. County’s annual business awards to launch next month (4/27/2016)
  362. Council secures prosecution against Usk publican following investigation by environmental health officers (4/27/2016)
  363. Monmouthshire County Council creates living legacy to mark World War I Centenary (4/27/2016)
  364. Working in Social Care (4/25/2016)
  365. Monmouthshire’s schools join to celebrate monarch’s big birthday (4/22/2016)
  366. Council to engage with county’s business community over breakfast (4/19/2016)
  367. Caldicot competition centres on health and safety (4/19/2016)
  368. Council devotes webpage to armed forces event details (4/19/2016)
  369. Time for Wales’ most deaf friendly organisations to be heard through awards (4/14/2016)
  370. Council seeks views of Severn Tunnel Junction rail users (4/11/2016)
  371. Volunteers’ fair to offer advice and support for people seeking community involvement (4/8/2016)
  372. High Tides – Tintern Thursday 7th April 2016 to Sunday 10th April 2016 (4/6/2016)
  373. “Challenging, rewarding, worth it” say foster parents Richard and Caroline (4/6/2016)
  374. Elections, Voting and Registration (4/6/2016)
  375. Council reduces fees to provide boost for housing scheme (4/4/2016)
  376. Election Results (4/4/2016)
  377. Welcome to our new look website (Read more) (4/1/2016)
  378. National Eisteddfod Egg-citement builds in Monmouthshire this Easter (3/23/2016)
  379. Council event provides boost for future enterprise (3/23/2016)
  380. Council to implement early hours street light switch-off in Caldicot (3/23/2016)
  381. Council recognises valuable role of social work staff (3/15/2016)
  382. Council advises of new guidance for waste oil burners (3/15/2016)
  383. Volunteer George branches out into family history (3/15/2016)
  384. Council to survey local businesses to aid enterprise (3/11/2016)
  385. Four weeks to go until microchipping change (3/10/2016)
  386. Council’s International Women’s Day events inspire county’s women (3/9/2016)
  387. This 100% recycled 190ltr water butt can be yours for ONLY £25 (3/8/2016)
  388. 2016 EISTEDDFOD VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE (3/8/2016)
  389. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN WEDNESDAY 9TH MARCH 2016 TO SATURDAY 12TH MARCH 2016 (3/8/2016)
  390. Smiles all round for Portskewett pupils as they experience education outdoors (3/7/2016)
  391. Interested in Fostering ? (3/7/2016)
  392. 75% of Eisteddfod tradestands sold out (3/7/2016)
  393. Mitchel Troy recycling centre temporary closure (3/7/2016)
  394. International Women’s Day and Fairtrade Fortnight: (3/4/2016)
  395. International Women’s Day events aim to inspire county’s women (3/3/2016)
  396. County embraces Welsh language and culture on St David’s Day in run up to National Eisteddfod (3/3/2016)
  397. Communities invited to discover funding sources to benefit rural enterprises (3/1/2016)
  398. What’s the story, Rockfield glory? (2/26/2016)
  399. County’s trading standards officers appeal for stand against scammers (2/26/2016)
  400. Blaenau Gwent Council joins SRS partners for ICT Services (2/25/2016)