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  • Wales Fair Trade Fair returns to Abergavenny

    THE eighth Wales Fair Trade Fair returns to Abergavenny next month. read more

  • Wales footballing star unveils new gym at former school

    STUDENTS at a Newport school were left feeling inspired after ex-pupil and Welsh footballer Chris Gunter unveiled their new gym which has undergone a £46,000 transformation. read more

  • More pupils hit as council pulls plug on school transport

    OTHER parents affected by Monmouthshire council withdrawing transport for people with learning difficulties have said they are still waiting to hear from the authority about what to do next. read more

  • Donaldson hoping to follow in Price footsteps

    WELSHMAN Jamie Donaldson is hoping to take a leaf out of Phillip Price’s book when it comes to producing heroic and dramatic displays in the Ryder Cup. read more

  • McGinley: Celtic Manor provides perfect preparation

    EUROPEAN Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley believes the Celtic Manor will provide the perfect preparation for next week’s Ryder Cup shootout with the USA at Gleneagles. read more

  • Cwmbran pupils plant peace trees

    BARACK Obama and Nelson Mandela are among the Nobel Peace Prize winners who have had a tree planted in their honour at a Cwmbran primary school. read more

  • Dragons down to the bare bones for Glasgow South Wales Argus: Dragons squad 2014-15. Jason Tovey (9444142)

    NEWPORT Gwent Dragons are down to the bare bones in the backs for Saturday’s Guinness Pro12 clash with in-form Glasgow at Rodney Parade. read more

  • Man walks 100km in 24 hours for tot

    A CHEPSTOW man has walked 100km in under 24 hours to raise funds for a Rogiet toddler to be able to walk unaided. read more

  • WALES OPEN: Ryder Cup is focus as stars gather at the Manor

    THE spectre of the Ryder Cup will be impossible to avoid this week as the event past and present is a key talking point. read more

  • WALES OPEN: Donaldson is the latest great Welsh hope

    JAMIE Donaldson will be the latest man to try and end the Welsh famine at the Wales Open this week. read more

  • WALES OPEN: A feast of top golf and so much more...

    I would like to welcome readers of the South Wales Argus to this preview supplement for the ISPS Handa Wales Open. I hope it inspires you to come along and watch some fantastic golf with us over the next few days. read more

  • WALES OPEN: Glamour mixes with golf on Ladies Day South Wales Argus: ISPS Handa Wales Open 2013Celtic Manor ResortSamia Ghadie31.08.13©Steve Pope-Sportingwales (10347372)

    Ladies Day read more

  • Future uncertain but Wales Open could go out in style

    THIS year's ISPS Handa Wales Open comes with a twist, it could be the last. read more

  • World Cup dream is over for Wales' women

    WALES’ women’s hopes of qualifying for the 2015 World Cup are over after a 1-0 defeat in Ukraine in their final qualifier. read more

  • Church to sell rundown schoolroom to stave off closure

    A VICTORIAN church is planning to sell a rundown schoolroom which has become a drain on its resources, in a bid to remain open. read more

  • Musical tribute to Chepstow landlady set for release

    A TRIBUTE album by friends of a popular Chepstow landlady who died in March will be released in December. read more

  • Scots broth

    IF it’s a yes or a no vote in Scotland, one thing Alex Salmond has achieved is to sow the seeds of hatred amongst the people there for many years to come. read more

  • Recycling fuss

    MY neighbour called me over today and she was very upset. Apparently, she had put a small amount of peel in her garden bin and the bin men had refused to empty it. She is 86 years old and does her best with the recycling, but this incident has really upset her. I bet if it was a big, burly man they wouldn’t have said a word. Anyway, apple peel can be composted. I can’t believe that it should be an issue. Instead of having a go at her, why don’t they have a go at the people who don’t recycle at all. They are the ones whose bins are so full that the lids won’t close and recyclable items can be seen sticking out of them. read more

  • Miner matter

    AT the outbreak of war, men who had no religious beliefs suddenly became highly religious. Mr Peart is right. Why was his father, who was an experienced miner, taken out and his job given to an objector? And how does Mr Tony Bond compare Bevin Boys to our brave troops, some of whom died fighting for our country? Why is it only the Bevin Boys have had recognition? Why weren’t all miners given recognition? The miners trained them! read more

  • Peace service

    ON behalf of the trustees and myself, may I sincerely thank all those who attended our Service of Peace and Conciliation in Bettws on Thursday September 11, remembering the 9/11 tragedy. The Bettws in Bloom charity have held this annual service since 2002. read more

  • HSBC closure

    I’M glad to see both Labour politicians in Wayne David MP and Jeff Cuthbert AM have written a letter condemning the closure of the HSBC bank in Bargoed. read more

  • Offensive T shirt

    IN TESCO recently, I came across a tasteless piece of trailer trash, a woman in her late 30s, wearing a delightful jumper emblazoned with “I’ll relax and f**k off”. Unfortunately, there were no asterisks and the full message was in large, bold letters. read more

  • U turn on wage

    PLAID Cymru have announced that their 2015 general election manifesto will include a commitment to introduce the Living Wage for 250,000 low-paid workers in Wales. read more

  • Asset stripping at university

    I HAVE not seen a business plan showing why it is necessary to close the Caerleon campus of the University of South Wales. read more

  • Council plans disabled services boost

    PLANS to improve services for disabled children, young people, their families and carers in Caerphilly county borough have moved a step closer. read more

  • Last-gasp rallying call to Scottish voters

    LEADING figures from both sides of the independence debate have made a rallying call to voters as the final day of campaigning takes place. read more

  • WWI ARGUS ARCHIVE: Heavy German losses, regiments wiped out

    GERMAN losses in that area have been heavy, two German infantry regiments were entirely wiped out near Louvain and in places the German dead were placed breast high. read more

  • Ex-soldier wins four golds at Invictus Games

    A FORMER soldier from Caerphilly has won four gold medals while competing for the British Armed Forces team at London’s Invictus Games. read more

  • Call for living wage in Wales

    ALL Welsh workers should receive a living wage, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has said. read more

  • HEALTH FILE: ‘Lifeline’ for families affected by diabetes

    HAVING a child diagnosed with Type One diabetes can be a frightening and bewildering experience and one that securing the right treatment only goes part of the way to addressing. But other parents in the same situation can provide a valuable source of advice and support, and an event in Cardiff next weekend aims to put people in touch. read more

  • Faulty Towers, The Dining Experience, Wales Millennium Centre

     The Ffresh bar and restaurant at Wales Millennium Centre was the perfect venue for the latest tour of Faulty Towers, the Dining Experience, the energetic, three-man, inter-active theatre tribute to the timeless 70’s sitcom. read more

  • County hoping to extend Joe Day loan

    NEWPORT County AFC have opened talks with Peterborough United as they aim to keep loan star Joe Day at the club until the end of the year. read more

  • S HINE

    HINE (Suzie) Caerwent 30/10/52 - 17/09/94 A dearly missed wife, daughter and mother. Forever in the thoughts of her family and friends. read more

  • E FEHRLIN

    FEHRLIN The family of the late Ernst Fehrlin extend sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbours for the letters, words and cards of condolence. Our thanks to everyone who gave donations for Pancreatic Cancer and to all who attended the funeral. read more

  • M HUGHES

    HUGHES-SCARPATO Congratulations to Michael and Tina on the birth of your second son FRANKIE PETER (soon have a football team) God Bless you all Lots of Love from all the families. xxx read more

  • B BEALE

    BEALE Benjamin (Ben) Derek, David and all their families wish to express their most sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness, sympathy and support shown during their recent sad loss of Ben, of Gaer-Fawr, Llangwm, also to all those who attended the funeral service and for the many letters, cards, kind messages of condolence and donations for Gwernesney Church received. read more

  • M HUGHES

    HUGHES-SCARPATO Thanks for my baby brother FRANKIE PETER Hugs and kisses from Theo XX PS should have been called MARIO No.45 read more

  • W HUGHES

    HUGHES William Lewis Ivor (Billy) Sadly passed away on September 9th at the Royal Gwent Hospital after a short period of ill health, aged 82 years. A devoted husband and father and a much loved grandfather and great grandfather. He will be sadly missed by his family and friends. The funeral will take place on Tuesday September 23rd at Woodfield Park Funeral Home at 12:15pm, followed by cremation at Gwent Crematorium at 1:30pm. Family flowers only please. Donations to St. David's Hospice Care are welcome. read more

  • D HELKVIST

    HELKVIST On 10th September 2014, peacefully at the Royal Gwent Hospital after a long illness, David Thomas Helkvist aged 74 years of Llanyrafon, Cwmbran. Beloved husband of Rita, devoted father of Gary and Richard, step father and friend of Steven, Helen and Ian, will be sadly missed by all his grandchildren. Funeral Monday 22nd September, service 11.30am at the Gwent Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations if desired to UCL Amyloidosis Research may be sent C/o Beth Jones, National Amyloidosis Centre, Division of Medicine, Royal Free Campus, UCL College of London, Rowland Hill Street, London. NW3 2PF. (Please make cheques payable to UCL Amyloidosis Research Fund). Further enquiries to Arthur Peake (Funeral Service) Cwmbran, Tel: (01633) 482291. read more

  • P TANNER

    TANNER (Pat) On 8th September 2014, Patricia Teresa of Hampden Road, Newport passed away peacefully at the Royal Gwent Hospital aged 67 years. Beloved wife of David, devoted mam of Michael and Lisa, much loved nan of Joe, loved mother in law of Lee. Funeral Tuesday 23rd September, service 1.00pm at the Gwent Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations in lieu may be given for the Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Gwent Hospital. Further enquiries to Lyndon Bassett (Funeral Service), Newport. Tel: 01633 278329. read more

  • N JONES

    JONES (Nancy) On 9th September at her home in Rogiet, Nancy, aged 94 years. Beloved wife of the late Ken, dearly loved mother of Brian & Keith, mother-in-law of Estelle & Heather, much loved nan of Neil, Linda & the late Gareth and great grandchildren Rhiannon, Megan and Janson. Funeral service Friday 26th September, 11.00a.m. at the Gwent Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations for St David's Hospice Care may be sent to Philip Blatchly & Son, London House, 14 Chepstow Road, Caldicot, Mon, NP26 4HY. Tel: 01291 430468. read more

  • P DAVIES

    DAVIES (Pam) On 5th September 2014, at home in Pontypool Pamela Denise Davies slipped away from her loving family. Beloved wife of Stephen, devoted mother of Matthew, Bethan and Gareth, loved future mother-in-law of Laurie, much loved grandmother of Kaytlyn, dearest daughter-in-law of Glyndwr and will be sadly missed by her beautiful Boston Terriers Cob, Susie, Snuggles, Henrietta and Jojo. Pam you will always be in our hearts and minds forever, good night God bless. Funeral Thursday 18th September, service 10.00am at Gwent Crematorium. Pam loved flowers therefore floral tributes may be sent to the funeral home. Enquiries to Peterson Funeral Home, Maendy Way, Cwmbran, NP44 3LH. Tel: (01633) 483127. read more

  • R CLAYTON

    CLAYTON (nee Fisher) Ruth Peacefully in the Oaks Residential Home on 8th September, Ruth, aged 81 years of Little Oaks View, Rogerstone. Beloved wife of the late Gordon. A much loved mum of Susan and Paul, mother-in-law to Peter and Diane. A devoted Grandma to Nick, Jason, Scott, Sophie and Emma. A great Grandma to Amelia, Lucas and Matilda. Funeral Service at St Basil's Church, Bassaleg on Wednesday, 24th September at 12.15 followed by cremation at Gwent Crematorium. No flowers, donations to Alzheimer's Society may be given at the service. Online messages of condolence may be left at www.philliptomandsons.co.uk read more

  • L FARR

    FARR The family of the late Lynette Farr, Andy, Laurie, Harrison and Flo wish to express their sincere thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters and cards of condolence during their sad bereavement. Special thanks to Asda, Abingdon Flooring and the Hospice of the Valleys and all who attended the funeral. read more

  • P TANNER

    TANNER (Pat) Taken suddenly, we could not say goodbye. Always in our thoughts. Love Paul, Sue, Paul, Ceri-Anne, Evan & Noah. Goodnight, God Bless. read more

  • T LACEY

    LACEY (Terry) Beloved brother of the late Ken, loving uncle of Jacqueline and Stephen. Gone from our lives but not our hearts. R.I.P. read more

  • J BARRETT

    BARRETT (John) Peacefully at home on 9th September, John aged 79 years. Much loved husband of the late Evelyn. Loving dad to Joanne and Ceri, respected father-in-law to John and adored and wonderful grandad to Robert and Sarah. John was loved and admired by everyone who knew him, he will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. Thank you to the Welsh Ambulance Service for everything they did. Funeral service at the Gwent Crematorium on Monday 22nd September at 2.00pm. Family flowers only, please, donations in lieu for The British Heart Foundation may be given at the service. Further enquiries to Phillip Tom and Sons, Pontymister. Tel: 615005. read more

  • Newport man locked up for slashing attack on relative

    A NEWPORT man who slashed a relative’s back with a Stanley knife in a “disgraceful” attack has been locked up for five years. read more

  • Premiership action crucial for Dragons tyro Angus O'Brien - Neil Jenkins

    WALES skills coach Neil Jenkins believes plenty of rugby, whether with Cross Keys or Newport Gwent Dragons, is vital in the development of promising fly-half Angus O'Brien. read more

  • Ben Francis Cup to fill clubs' international gaps

    THE Ben Francis Cup is making a return after a three-year absence with a new-look format helping clubs fill gaps in their fixture list during the autumn internationals and Six Nations. read more

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