The 26-year-old successfully defended his WBO title for the fifth time against Germany's Robin Krasniqi last night.
Alun Jones, from Caerphilly, won a life-changing amount after buying a lucky dip ticket online.
A special event takes place today to mark restoration work undertaken so far on two of Caerphilly's most cherished buildings.
A man from Caerphilly has won more than £1m on the lottery.
Alun Jones won the prize draw after buying a Lucky Dip ticket. He told ITV Cymru Wales that he didn't expect to win such a life-changing amount.
A man from Caerphilly has won a £1,135,578 Lotto Jackpot.
Alun Jones, 27, won the prize draw after buying a Lucky Dip ticket.
Alun, who lives with his parents, plans to use some of the money to buy a brand-new kitchen for his mum.
After finding out he'd won the life-changing sum, Alun decided to leave his job as a Health and Safety administrator in Nantgarw and think about his future.
– Alun Jones
I couldn’t believe it when I checked my emails on the Friday after being stuck in with all the snow. It certainly cheered me up when I saw the winning amount appear on the screen.
When I told my parents I’d won my mum burst into tears, but my dad took a ittle more convincing as he knows I’m a bit of a joker!
Apart from treating his parents, Alun is also looking to buy a car so he doesn’t have to borrow his mum’s!
The A469 Caerphilly Mountain Road is closed because of hazardous driving conditions due to snow between King Edward Avenue / St Martin's Road (Caerphilly) and Capel Gwilym Road (Thornhill).
Gritting vehicles in Caerphilly have travelled over 5,000 miles since the snow began to fall on Friday morning - the equivalent of a trip to China.
The team say they have spread around 1,400 tonnes of salt worth £90,000.
Cllr Harry Andrews, leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council, said: "I would like to thank staff for their efforts and I would also like to thank residents for their patience and understanding. Our priority now is to get back to business and catch up on missed refuse and recycling collections."
Gwent Police say they're treating the death of man whose body was found in undergrowth in Caerphilly late this afternoon as unexplained.
They've sealed off an area in Mornington Meadows.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of Kyle Vaughan have arrested a 15-year-old boy from Abercarn on suspicion of assisting an offender.
A 21-year-old man from Newbridge arrested yesterday on suspicion of assisting an offender remains in police custody assisting officers with their enquiries.
Gwent Police has been granted a warrant to further detain the 27-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder on Thursday following the disappearance of Kyle Vaughan. A 24-hour warrant of further detention was granted by Caerphilly Magistrates Court.
Two men from Caerphilly have been arrested after nine stun guns were found in their luggage.
The father and son, aged 69 and 30, from Gelligaer, were stopped by UK Border Agency staff at Heathrow after getting off a flight from Delhi yesterday evening. Their journey had begun in Bangkok.
The men are currently in custody being questioned.