A music tuition firm based in Fleur de Lys has raised £1,260 for charity.
Caerphilly has been named in a list of the top ten places most likely to feature as crossword answers.
Employees from a Markham convenience store have helped raise around £1,500 to help homeless people.
The Chartered Institute of Marketing is seeking entries for its national Canmol Awards. Prizes are on offer for companies and public sector participants who have achieved outstanding business results over the year through innovative marketing campaigns.
An award-winning dog grooming business welcomed a student from Bermuda onto its six week residential grooming course.
Police want to speak to this man after a bank card was stolen from a lady in the car park of Asda in Caerphilly town.
A Caerphilly couple are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary. Norman and Christine Letheren have been married for 60 years today, July 30.
A Caerphilly entrepreneur has been named the first Honorary Consul for Mexico in Wales. Glyn Peglar, 31, is the founder and CEO of Culture Group.
Plaid Cymru has selected Ron Davies as the party’s candidate for a vacancy in the Bedwas, Trehomas and Machen ward of Caerphilly County Borough Council.
A Caerphilly-based tuition company has been named the largest of its type in Wales. The Kip McGrath Education Centre was recognised at the Kip McGrath annual conference in London recently.
Caerphilly campaigners pressure Welsh Government to cover cost of ‘Bedroom Tax’ as ‘no eviction network’ launched
Campaigners in Caerphilly have called on the Welsh Government to act, after AMs said they should consider refunding tenants affected by the ‘Bedroom Tax’.
A design agency which boasts Tesco and NatWest among its clients is celebrating ten years in business.
Residents of a sheltered housing complex in Caerphilly were treated to a day out at the beach thanks to a local company.
Some of the biggest names in Welsh business were presented with honorary awards by the University of South Wales on Tuesday, July 14.
Almost four out of ten child car seats failed a safety inspection at an event held by Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Trading Standards department.
The separate parishes of Rhymney and Pontlottyn have welcomed a new vicar, as part of a partnership between the Dioceses of Llandaff and Monmouth.
A Welsh medium nursery in Oakdale has celebrated being given a £2,000 grant from the Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
The son of a late Caerphilly man has said a High Court ruling to allow his father’s compensation claim against British Coal to be heard is a “step forward”.
A DWP worker visited Caerphilly Job Centre on July 16 as part of a 850 mile cycle ride to raise awareness of bowel cancer.
Residents are being encouraged to give their feedback on council frontline public services by taking part in a short survey.
The Welsh Assembly’s Petitions Committee has called for the Welsh Government to consider passing legislation making defibrillators compulsory at public buildings.
An estimated 55,000 people attended Caerphilly’s Big Cheese Festival over the weekend, despite atrocious weather.
An exhibition of the work of the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service, which ran a tea shop in the former Caerphilly Miners’ Hospital, will be on display at Caerphilly Library until July 31.
A football club has organised a charity five-a-side tournament in memory of a local man killed last year.
A group of volunteers who helped realise the National Mining Memorial in Senghenydd have been given the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
A retiring headteacher has won the ‘Favourite Teacher’ award in a local competition. Peter Jenkins, of Libanus Primary School, won the competition hosted by Ystrad Mynach coffee shop Gaffaccino’s.
The Labour Party’s Mark Evans has been elected as New Tredegar’s representative on Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Tonight’s Great Cheese Race has been cancelled due to the weather. A spokesperson for Caerphilly County Borough said the race was to be abandoned in the interest of the safety of the competitors.
Taxi driver representatives have criticised Caerphilly Council’s licensing department for “inconsistencies” in vehicle checks.
Gwent Police are trying to locate a man from Caerphilly who breached a court order.