More than 5,000 women across Wales are being contacted after a retired healthcare worker passed on the Hepatitis C virus to two patients.
A ceremony will take place later this morning at the Newbridge Memorial Hall and Institute.
The 26-year-old successfully defended his WBO title for the fifth time against Germany's Robin Krasniqi last night.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is hoping to bring the christmas cheer to around 800 children across the county. Volunteers are helping to sort, wrap and distribute over 2,500 parents today and tomorrow.
Operation Santa is being supported by homelessness charities Llamau, Action for Children, Home-Start and Gofal Cymru, who have nominated children to receive gifts.
– Dr Gill Richardson, Director of Public Health for Aneurin Bevan Health Board
The four women in total now known to have had Hepatitis C transmission from the former healthcare worker are being offered care and support by our specialist services.
We understand that this is a very difficult and distressing time for them and we would ask that everyone respects their need for compassion and confidentiality.
We are thankful that we have been able to reassure other women tested and are grateful to all the patients who came forward to take the test.
A former health worker who had been diagnosed with Hepatitis C is now known to have transmitted the virus to two other patients.
Aneurin Bevan Health Board launched an exercise in September after it was revealed that the worker, who was involved in obstetrics and gynaecology, had unknowingly passed on the virus to two people between 1984 and 2003.
They worked predominantly at Caerphilly District Miners' Hospital, but also for a short time at the old East Glamorgan Hospital in ChurchVillage near Pontypridd and Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
– Alain Couturier, Sapa Profiles UK
In light of the change to market conditions, our commitment to continue manufacturing in the UK remains strong. We believe that there is a need in the UK for a quality producer that can provide a level of service exceeding current customer expectations. Achievement of this goal is paramount in our future strategy.
We recognise the impact that this announcement will have on our colleagues at Bedwas. We very much hope that we can find alternatives to the proposal to close and will put every effort into doing so.
132 jobs could be lost after aluminium giant Sapa announced a consultation that could see the closure of its plant in Bedwas, near Caerphilly.
The company said it needs to remain competitive in the face of "significant changes" to its markets in recent years.
Gwent Police is appealing for information after a pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries in a collision in Caerphilly county borough in the early hours of this morning.
It happened at around 3.30am on Bryn Road, Cefn Fforest, near Blackwood, and involved a black car.
A male pedestrian has been taken to Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil.
The road has now re-opened.
Police are appealing for witnesses to contact 101.
A man from Nelson near Caerphilly has told ITV News that he's too frightened to go out alone after he was savagely attacked in his street last month.
David Rees, who's 63 and a well-known local businessman, suffered a fractured skull when he was hit over the head on his way home from work.
The attackers made off with his day's takings. Now, he's made an emotional plea for help to catch whoever was responsible.
Hannah Thomas reports.
Small businesses across Wales are feeling more confident, with plans to invest more in the coming year - according to the organisation representing them.
But with fewer of us shopping on the high street and businesses finding it difficult to get the loans that they need to invest, Megan Boot has been finding out if this confidence is built to last.
It's a way of saving money that can prove very expensive indeed. Buying fuel at illegal filling stations, where duty hasn't been paid - you're buying a mixture that should never be put into a car engine.
If you're caught, your car could be seized by the taxman. If you're not, the damage to your engine could leave you rueing the day you stopped at a so-called "huckster" filling station.
Tom Sheldrick reports.
We are really pleased with the response from women that have received a letter, so far we have received over 1,400 calls from women that have received individual letters offering a blood test for hepatitis C and over 1,000 appointments have been booked.
43 specialist nurse led clinics will be held across the Health Board area for the next 5 weeks including weekends and we will continue to do everything we can to support patients.
– Dr Gill Richardson, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
We would encourage all women who receive a letter to contact the dedicated helpline number (open from 8am -8pm, 7 days a week) which is contained in each letter, to arrange their test as soon as possible.
We need to again stress that the risk of transmission is low and testing is being provided as a precautionary measure.