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  • 'End Net probe quickly'

    A GWENT Assembly Member says prosecutors must reach a swift decision over whether to bring charges against a firm under investigation after a father killed his 11-year-old daughter. read more

  • Win will take the Mavericks to the top

    BOTTOM club Buxton travel to Newport tomorrow night (7pm) to face third-placed Mavericks knowing a win will be enough to take them to the top of the Conference League. read more

  • Violence up in deprived areas

    VIOLENT crime is on the increase in Gwent - with Blaenau Gwent and Caerphilly among the worst areas in Britain. read more

  • Jail changes after cell horror

    CARDIFF Prison has been praised for making significant changes to help mentally disturbed prisoners but they came too late for a Newport man brutally killed in his cell. read more

  • We're record breakers!

    THE Newport Primary Schools' Swimming Championships were hailed a success, with the setting of two new records. read more

  • Drug dealer is locked up

    DESPERATE drug users queued outside a Cwmbran heroin den from 7.30am - even climbing in the windows to get their fix, a court heard. read more

  • Edwards - I know I have to go

    NEWPORT scrum half Darren Edwards (pictured) has confirmed he will be joining Zurich Premiership club London Irish later this week, barring any last minute hiccups. read more

  • 500 jobs joy for Gwent

    A MASSIVE £1.7bn defence communications project is to bring hundreds of jobs to Gwent, the Argus can reveal. read more

  • OAPs saved from death

    TWO elderly women were saved from almost certain death from carbon monoxide poisoning yesterday, thanks to their relatives. read more

  • Bid to get LoW ties back on TV

    THE battle to get Cwmbran Town and the rest of the League of Wales clubs back on TV takes another turn today with a high-profile meeting in Cardiff. read more

  • Villagers want speed cut

    RESIDENTS shocked by a fatal accident outside their homes have pledged to make the road safer. read more

  • Salon's rooting for Helen!

    KEEP Helen in the house - that's the message from Gwent's Big Brother fans. The Big Brother website's on-line television station, Big Brother Confidential - which travels the length and breadth of Britain talking to friends and family of Big Brother contestants - took the Big Brother diary chair to Helen's workplace at Classy Cutz hairdressing salon, Ridgeway, Newport, yesterday. read more

  • Morgan out to be head boy

    GWENT teenager James Morgan put behind him the disappointment of a poor performance in the European Boy's Team Championship in Poland last week to make a splendid start to his challenge for the South Wales Junior Golf title over the Builth Wells course. read more

  • It's a dream come true, says Griffiths

    CWMBRAN'S Matthew Griffiths (pictured) will fulfil a boyhood dream today when he tees off with Japan's Joe Ozaki and Matthew McGuire in the first round of the 130th Open Championship. read more

  • Fare stage to fame

    KEN Perry may have 82 years on the clock but he is still driving coaches in the family business he started 60 years ago. read more

  • Perry signs for County

    IT looks set to be a Bluebirds reunion at Newport next season with ex-Cardiff defender Jason Perry having joined and manager Tim Harris hoping former City striker Carl Dale will re-sign for County. read more

  • History as Barry win

    BARRY Town created Welsh football history when they became the first club from the Principality to win a Champions League round yesterday. read more

  • More 'abduction' fears

    TWO more Newport children have reported apparent abduction attempts, say police. And one school has issued a warning to parents to be on their guard after the latest reports. read more

  • We've been shortchanged, say farm couple

    A GWENT farmer is appealing after government officials refused to give him his full compensation payment for his culled cattle. read more

  • Edwards - I know I have to go

    NEWPORT scrum half Darren Edwards has confirmed he will be joining Zurich Premiership club London Irish later this week, barring any last minute hiccups. read more

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