Bedwas High School has been placed into special measures by education inspectors.
Primary school pupils have been honing their DIY skills while helping to preserve bee populations by constructing a habitable bee hive.
Austerity must not be an excuse to deprive children of the opportunity to learn and perform music, Islwyn Assembly Member Rhianon Passmore has said.
Tesco Express in Trethomas has once again been targeted by thieves with a break-in.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested after armed police were called to Caerphilly bus station.
A 17-year-old boy from the Gelligaer area has denied two charges of supplying drugs after he appeared at Cwmbran Youth Court.
Pre-tax profit at insurance broker Moorhouse Group, better known as Constructaquote.com, grew by 72.5%, according to figures filed at Companies House.
Bedwas-based Seren Electrical Supplies has completed a management buyout with a “significant investment” from Finance Wales.
A 15-year-old boy from the Rhymney area has been arrested in connection with an arson attack which caused around £35,000 worth of damage.
The common above Penyrheol is at risk because it is being abused, Plaid Cymru ward councillor Steve Skivens fears.
A free summer playscheme for children living in the Penyrheol, Trecenydd and Energlyn areas is to begin tomorrow.
Around 20 companies based in the South Wales area have said they could offer new jobs to the majority of the 1,100 workers facing potential redundancy from Tesco's contact centre in Cardiff.
Bargoed post office has reopened today following a mystery closure.
A plan to create thousands of new jobs in the Valleys and help people gain new skills has been unveiled.
The family of a five-year-old girl who was the victim of a hit-and-run outside her home have criticised the sentence handed out to the man responsible for her injuries.
Enterprising youngsters at Pontllanfraith Primary School have been awarded a prize in the name of former Bedwellty MP Sir Harold Finch.
A Pengam academy which offers training in hair and beauty courses across the country has been recognised with a national award.
A morris dance group from Cardiff marked their 30th anniversary with a celebratory tour of Caerphilly County Borough.
Tolls on both Severn bridges will be scrapped by the end of next year, the UK Government has announced.
Health board admits poor communication over Bargoed health centre closure and confirms GP surgery will remain open
Health bosses have said the future of a GP surgery in Bargoed is secure, after it was confirmed that another in the town will close.
The Aber Valley Carnival returns to Senghenydd this weekend.
Caerphilly-based financial firm Thomas Carroll has reported pre-tax profits of £1.5 million for last year.
Six open spaces in Caerphilly County Borough have been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for 2017.
A sponsored walk and wheelchair push to raise funds for a drop-in centre for disabled children is set to take place on Sunday, July 23.
An extra 20 carriages will be added to the Welsh rail network by next year.
The production of porcelain using a 200-year-old method is to restart at Nantgarw China Works after a crowdfunding campaign raised £15,000.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has “warmly welcomed” the announcement by the UK Government of an inquiry into the scandal of contaminated blood given to NHS patients during the 1970s and 1980s.
A new Caerphilly business has been given a helping hand thanks to a business support grant awarded by Caerphilly County Borough Council and UK Steel Enterprise.
Islwyn Member of Parliament Chris Evans has called on the local health board to give more support for a cancer charity’s mobile care units.
Nominations for the Caerphilly GAVO Volunteer Achievement Awards, which recognises the efforts of volunteers, have opened.