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Firefighters called to 'deliberate' grass fire

Firefighters called to 'deliberate' grass fire

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a deliberate grass fire this evening in Ebbw Vale.

10:26pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

What's in your Argus: Wednesday, June 1, 2016

What's in your Argus: Wednesday, June 1, 2016


10:04pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

Republic's Euro preparations hit by defeat to Belarus

Stephen Ward's goal could not prevent Republic of Ireland falling to defeat

Mikhail Hardzeichuk and Maksim Valadzko ensured the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 dress rehearsal did not go as planned as Belarus ran out 2-1 winners at Turner's Cross.

9:52pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

CRICKET: Worcestershire v Gloucestershire - Day Three round-up

Graeme van Buuren

GLOUCESTERSHIRE breathed life back into a match which appeared to be heading towards stalemate by declaring 75 runs behind on day three of the Specsavers County Championship clash at New Road.

9:41pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

The Liver Birds writer Carla Lane dies aged 87

The Liver Birds writer Carla Lane dies aged 87

Her family have paid tribute to the Liverpudlian who also known for the comedy Bread as well as her work with animals.

9:32pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

EQUESTRIAN: Widowed farmer to compete at Barbury Horse Trials in fundraising bid for Brighter Futures radiotherapy unit appeal

James Hussey in training on Kildare Kid

WIDOWER James Hussey is training hard to ride in the Barbury International Horse Trials later this summer to give the Great Western Hospital’s radiotherapy unit appeal a leg up.

9:08pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

Glanaman man admits robbing OAP

Llewelyn will be sentenced on July 4.

A GLANAMAN man has pleaded guilty to a string of offences, including robbery and assault.

9:06pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

Newport Post Office owner could be 'forced to close' if council turn down extension plan

Ash and Anabelle Hassan are angry that the council plan to turn down their planning application to extend the post office in Duffryn

THE owner of a Newport Post Office has said the business could be forced to close if he is not allowed to build an extension.

9:02pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

Risca worker due to strike at Rogerstone factory says morale is worst it's ever been

Dai Mort (second from left) and other workers at R.F Brookes in Rogerstone are planning to strike over working conditions

A RISCA cleaner who will be among dozens going on strike at a Rogerstone food factory this week says morale is the worst it’s been in his 24 years working there.

8:02pm Tuesday 31 May 2016

Leeds contenders

Garry Monk is being linked with the Leeds job

President Massimo Cellino is looking to appoint his sixth Leeds manager in two years after sacking Steve Evans on Tuesday.

7:58pm Tuesday 31 May 2016
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