Politicians representing Caerphilly County Borough have reacted to the news that Britain will leave the EU, as Wales votes overwhelming for Brexit.
The weekend of June 24, 25 and 26, sees the return of the Caerphilly Flower Festival.
Residents across Caerphilly County Borough are being encouraged to celebrate and show their support for Armed Forces Day in Caerphilly town this weekend.
Andrew RT Davies, the leader of the Welsh Conservatives, has paid tribute to the work of Prime Minister David Cameron, who has said he will stand down following Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has said there is an overwhelming case for the revision of the Barnett Formula – the mechanism which determines how much money Wales gets from the UK Government.
David Cameron has resigned as prime minister after the British public rejected his personal entreaties and voted to leave the European Union.
Caerphilly County Borough has voted to leave the European Union in a decisive and clear vote.
A man has been arrested after an on-duty police officer was knocked over by an off-road motorbike.
Between Friday, June 17 and Sunday, June 19, number plates were stolen.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is warning residents to remain vigilant after being made aware of scam phone calls offering to appeal the valuation of their council tax band for a fee of £60.
The owner of an Ystrad Mynach takeaway and his business partner have been fined after putting beef into their lamb curries.
Caerphilly-based Direct Healthcare Group, owner of award-winning healthcare manufacturer Direct Healthcare Services, has bought Wrexham-based Nightingale Care Beds - a leading provider of specialist bariatric products.
A nine-year-old talent has landed her biggest role to date after being cast in a BBC television drama.
A GP has celebrated 30 years of service to the community by unveiling an ambitious plan to create a drop-in centre for his patients once he retires.
Voters will get the chance to have their say in one of the UK’s most important referendums for decades on Thursday, June 23. Here, figureheads and Assembly Members for South Wales East, Caerphilly, Islwyn, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney have their say on the key issues surrounding the European Union referendum debate.
On Thursday June 23, the nation heads to the ballot box to vote on whether the UK should stay or leave the European Union. Caerphilly Observer has approached the two main campaign groups in Wales to explain what a vote either way would mean for you.
A Blackwood man holidaying in Ibiza has been left in critical condition after he was reportedly attacked by an English football fan.
More than 2,300 runners defied the miserable weather on Sunday June 19 to take part in the annual Caerphilly 10k race.
Football fans from Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni braved the rain, thunder and lighting last week to cheer on ex-pupil Aaron Ramsey, as he and Wales took on England in the European Championships being held in France.
Police are appealing for information following a robbery in Bargoed over the weekend.
The Brynglas tunnels on the M4 in Newport will be closing nightly from today for 18-months of maintenance work.
Dozens of lives have been saved since Wales introduced its opt-out system of organ donation six month ago, new figures have revealed.
Thousands of runners are to descend on Caerphilly town centre on Sunday, June 19, for the annual 10k race.
DIY retailer B&Q has installed a car park barrier at its Caerphilly store to stop “boy racers” from gathering at the site.
A group of 26 volunteers recently collected more than 200 bags of waste on Gelligaer Common, as part of the council’s Big Spring Clean initiative.
Labour and Plaid Cymru politicians based in the Caerphilly constituency have made an unprecedented show of unity by urging voters to remain in the European Union, ahead of the referendum being held on Thursday, June 23.
Police are investigating a spate of break-ins at churches and chapels across Caerphilly County Borough.
Police are appealing for information following an assault happened inside the Mason Arms public hiuse on Mill Road, Caerphilly.
A high-speed police car chase through the streets of Trecenydd ended when the driver tried to shake-off pursuing officers and got his car stuck in a narrow tunnel.
Chris Grayling MP, the Conservative Leader of the House of Commons, has spoken passionately on why Britain should vote to leave the European Union, during a visit to Caerphilly.