In her column for the Caerphilly Observer, businesswoman and Welsh ICE director Mandy Weston considers the importance of apprenticeships.
Aesthetically, rugby is unwatchable. But all sport is a tribal rite, and Wales v England provides an unbeatable clash of cultures
From April 1 2013, changes to housing benefit by the UK Government will mean that working-age recipients could face a cut of 14% to their payments for one spare bedroom, and a 25% cut for two spare bedrooms or more.
Critics have labelled the cut a “Bedroom Tax”. Here, Iain Duncan Smith, Work and Pensions Secretary, outlines the UK Government’s argument for the change.
Top Officers’ Pay Deal
This year is turning-out to be a bad year for many people in the Caerphilly Borough. More than in most parts of the country, Caerphilly Borough is very dependent on public expenditure.
In her column for the Caerphilly Observer, businesswoman and Welsh ICE director Mandy Weston argues the green shoots of recovery might be starting to show.
South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle looks at the Bedroom Tax and Credit Unions in his latest blog for Caerphilly Observer.
In his blog, Caerphilly MP Wayne David outlines his argument to lower the voting age from 18 to 16.
In his regular column for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly Business Forum’s chair Tony Sheehan looks ahead to 2013.
After a quiet Christmas, business activity in 2013 is already picking up fast and two surveys out last week have shown that SMEs in Wales are already gearing up for a successful year.
In her column for the Caerphilly Observer, businesswoman and Welsh ICE director Mandy Weston looks at the potential local impacts of the European Commission’s Action Plan for Entrepreneurship, details of which were announced earlier this month.