Morrisons in Caerphilly is raising money to install a heart defibrillator at the stall.
A-Level biology students from St Cenydd, Bedwas, Wycliffe and St Martin’s schools were treated to a genetics workshop on Friday, November 20.
Caerphilly town’s Christmas lights switch-on took place on November 20, with the help of Father Christmas and characters from Disney’s Frozen.
Parked cars in Machen had their fuel siphoned out of their tanks.
A 70-year-old woman has died after a car crash in Markham yesterday, November 26
On December 1, Wales will become the first UK country to introduce a soft opt-out system of organ donation.
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has admitted to Assembly Members that the list of reserved powers in the draft Wales Bill was “too long”.
The winners of the 2015 Caerphilly Business Forum Awards have been announced.
Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Ian Johnston has said he is “cautiously optimistic” by Chancellor George Osborne’s unexpected announcement that he would protect the police budget.
Plans to cut the number of councils in Wales to eight could save £650 million over ten years, the Welsh Government has claimed.
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Work has begun on a new site for a door manufacturer which could pave the way for 260 new jobs in Oakdale.
A 23-year-old woman was the target of a would-be robber, who tried to steal her handbag as she walked down the street alone.
Former downhill mountain bike world champion Manon Carpenter has had thousands of pounds worth of bikes stolen from a house in Caerphilly town.
Television viewers who notice interference while watching free-to-air digital terrestrial services may be able get help to fix their signal.
A Caerphilly-based software and electronics company, which is part of the Welsh Government’s Advanced Growth Programme, has secured a number of new orders after winning a prestigious manufacturing award.
A 48-hour dispersal order will be enforced in Rhymney this weekend after reports of anti-social behaviour and car cruising.
Cwmaber Junior School, in Abertridwr, came out on top in a school singing competition organised by the Rectorial Benefice of Eglwysilan and Caerphilly.
Cefn Hengoed Ladies’ Choir have returned from a recent successful tour of Slovakia and Austria.
A Penallta man has been handed a suspended sentence after he admitted selling fake cigarettes and tobacco in pubs.
Caerphilly and Bargoed Masonic Lodges donated more than £11,000 to charity on October 30.
Caerphilly town's big Christmas lights switch-on will take place tomorrow, November 20, with the help of Father Christmas and characters from Disney's Frozen.
Residents living in the Morgan Jones ward in Caerphilly town are being invited to join a new partnership aimed at giving them a better voice.
The new Islwyn High School is taking shape after the steel structure was put in place on a former colliery site.
A scheme which promotes the regeneration of rural areas in Caerphilly County Borough has had more than £2.6 million in funding approved by the Welsh Government.
Men, women and families are being encouraged to take part in a special walk to raise awareness of domestic abuse, as part of the global White Ribbon Campaign.
Lecturers and students protested against cuts to adult education at Coleg y Cymoedd's Ystrad Mynach campus on November 17.
Pontlottyn RAF veteran to get “send off he deserves” after successful community campaign raises enough for funeral
A community campaign to give an RAF veteran from Pontlottyn the 'funeral he deserves' has raised more than £3,400 for his send off.
A number of Caerphilly County Borough schools will be part of the design and development of a new national curriculum for Wales.
Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Ian Johnston has claimed "brutal and dangerous" police cuts could hinder the force's response to extremism in the wake of the Paris terror attack.