WELSH boxer Fred Evans booked a date with Egidijus Kavaliauskas in the Olympic welterweight division’s last 16 and immediately warned the Lithuanian to forget their last encounter.
ONCE again GB's opening goal was crafted in Wales as Great Britain's 3-1 win over the United Arab Emirates - their first Olympic victory since 1960 - sent them top of Group A.
ELENA Allen admitted the occasion got the better of her as she limped out of the London 2012 Olympics – but she called on her fellow British shooters to rise to it at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
TEAM GB women’s Olympic football coach Hope Powell has thanked the Welsh fans for cheering her team on to the quarter-finals.
A VALLEYS club is set to get a new lease of life after it was handed over to the local rugby club.
OH Danny Boyle, you delivered. Brash, ballsy, British. You took that twee Downton Abbey world and blew it up with fireworks, drumming, suffragettes, unions, pearly kings and queens, nurses, children in pyjamas, Grime-loving teenagers in clubs and stunning use of handheld sets by the crowd.
PEOPLE living at the southern end of Ebbw Vale were deprived of the chance to watch the Olympic Games opening ceremony due to a power cut.
ONLY around 700 passengers used the Ebbw Valley railway line bus link in the first few months of its operation, the Argus has learned.
THE most vulnerable people in society would be hit by the closure of Caerleon's only bank, the leader of Newport council said.
MAN was ordered not to be drunk and disorderly in a public place.
A TWO-YEAR-OLD girl is to embark on a journey to a hospital on the other side of the world after Gwent people helped raise £35,000 in a bid to give her the gift of sight.
FIREFIGHTERS attended a house fire at a property in Baneswell this morning.
THE number of hospital units in Gwent for older people with a mental illness that is not dementia, will be cut from four to two under proposals from Aneurin Bevan Health Board.