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Police investigate death of one-month-old baby girl from Senghenydd

A one-month-old baby girl from Senghenydd, who was airlifted to hospital, has died, police have confirmed.

Missing Ystrad Mynach mother and five-month-old baby found

Ailisha Joyce and her five-month-old daughter Maisey Flanagan have been reported as missing

A mother and her five-month-old daughter who were reported as missing have been found.

Police had earlier today appealed for information to find Ailisha Joyce, 20, and her baby Maisey Flanagan, after they went missing from their Ystrad Mynach home.

Poppy Appeal hits £1m mark in South Wales

The Poppy Appeal has broken the £1 million barrier in South East Wales for the first time. Donations to the annual appeal, run by The Royal British Legion, reached the landmark figure recently, surpassing last year’s total of £870,000.

Dogs to be microchipped by April 2016

The Welsh Government has said all dogs in Wales will need to be microchipped by April 2016.

In a written statement to the National Assembly, Rebecca Evans, Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, said regulations governing the new law will be debated by AMs on October 20.

Fly-tipping costs Caerphilly County Borough taxpayers £500,000

Cleaning up dumped waste has cost Caerphilly taxpayers as much as £500,000 over the last four years.
And Caerphilly County Borough Council has claimed just £10,000 back in fines since 2011, a Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed.

Smoking in cars with children banned under new Welsh law

The two authorities in Caerphilly County Borough charged with enforcing a new smoking ban in cars carrying children are split on how they will approach it.

Rugby Union: Bargoed comeback leaves Cardiff Met students stunned

Bargoed beat Cardiff Met 38-20 in the SSE Swalec Championship on September 19, coming from behind to win their first game of the season.

Rugby Union: Cross Keys trounce Bedwas in premiership derby

EMPHATIC: James Dixon breaks fro Cross Keys in their 50-13 victory over Bedwas

A dominant performance by the Cross Keys laid the foundations for an emphatic 50-18 win for the visitors as Bedwas crashed to defeat on September 19 in the Principality Premiership.

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