Police are appealing for information after a motorcyclist was killed in a collision on Friday night.
The incident, involving a car and a motorbike, happened just after six o'clock on Friday on Chapel Road in Nantyglo.
The motorcyclist, a 43-year-old man from the area died from his injuries.
Meanwhile a 19-year-old man from Cardiff, who was driving the car, escaped uninjured.
He's been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been bailed pending further enquiries.
Officers at Gwent Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen the incident to come forward.
A rugby team in Blaenau Gwent who stripped off for a charity calendar say they had hundreds of copies held by border officials because they were deemed inappropriate.
They're raising funds for their former captain who was left paralysed in an accident last year.
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A rugby team who stripped off for a charity calendar say they had to wait for it go on sale after the UK Border Agency deemed it unsuitable for entry into the country.
Players at Nantyglo RFC posed nude for their 2013 calendar, which was printed in Germany and due to be sold in the run-up to Christmas.
But when there was no sign of the calendar, members of the club started investigating - and were staggered to be informed that border officials had seized them during a search.
The players had shed their clothes to buy an adapted wheelchair for former club captain Steve Coles, 42, who was left paralysed after suffering severe spinal injuries while playing for Abergavenny last year.
Mr Coles is still recovering in hospital and cannot return home until major amendments are made to his Brynmawr home.
According to Nantyglo Rugby Club, the calendars were given clearance to enter the UK on December 21 and they're now inundated with sales.
A spokeswoman for the UK Border Agency said: "On the limited information provided and given the thousands of seizures we make at the border every year we are unable to confirm whether our officers detained these calendars.
"As well as seizing drugs and offensive weapons, our officers are the front line of enforcing laws preventing the importation of indecent and obscene material to the UK."