A motorhome was stolen from outside a house in Penyrheol overnight between Monday March 2 and March 3.
Newbridge Memo celebrated 90 years and the completion of its restoration by holding a sold out gala concert featuring Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield.
A second-hand car salesman has been ordered to pay almost £3,000 after he sold a non-existent warranty on a vehicle to an unsuspecting couple.
Work to create a riverside park under Trecelyn Viaduct will get underway this month as part of the Newbridge Development Programme.
Caerphilly Castle will be open for free as St David’s Day is celebrated across the county borough over the weekend.
Councillors approved £12m worth of cuts and a council tax rise of 3.9% for 2015/16. The cuts will see street lights turned off for part of the night in some residential areas and funding for Christmas lights removed.
Small businesses across Wales will get a letter from The Pensions Regulator urging them to prepare for new pension duties.
A 48-hour dispersal order has been announced across Caerphilly town after youths were seen free running across the roof of Caerphilly Indoor Market.
A new travel guide has been launched in a bid to attract more tourist groups to Caerphilly County Borough.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Two youngsters from Caerphilly have been appointed as the Lord-Lieutenant’s Cadets of Gwent for 2015.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected their General Election candidates for the Caerphilly and Islwyn constituencies.
Bad weather made Caerphilly Mountain Road ‘impassable’ this morning, February 23, motorists claimed.
Staff at Llancaiach Fawr Manor are learning Welsh ahead of the Urdd National Eisteddfod, which is being held at the 16th Century house in May.
Students from Coleg Gwent’s Crosskeys campus and sixth formers from St Cenydd and Heolddu schools joined 200 pupils from across Wales on a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. Caerphilly Observer reporter Gareth Hill joined them on the Lessons From Auschwitz (LFA) trip, organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET) 70 years on from the camp’s liberation.
Caerphilly County Borough is to get a share of £5.8 million in Welsh Government funding for social housing.
The impending closure of the Tesco store in Caerphilly town should act as a catalyst for bringing fresh impetus to the upper town centre area, according to a councillor.
Gwent Police are appealing for information after a car was stolen in Pentwyn and a property was broken into in Cefn Fforest.
A formerly vacant business premises in Newbridge has been given a new lease of life thanks to an EU-backed grant scheme.
Blackwood residents have been warned to be extra vigilant after a series of thefts in the area.
Two businesses based in Caerphilly County Borough have been shortlisted for the South Wales Chamber of Commerce 2014 Welsh Business Awards.
Social media users are being encouraged to post pictures of their feet with the hashtag #caerphillystandingtogether to raise awareness of domestic abuse.
Almost 370 residents have put their name to a petition against a plan to sell council-owned land to housing developer Redrow.
Mohammad Asghar, Assembly Member for South Wales East, has been presented with an award for community service by the Muslim Council of Wales.
A young volunteer from Bedwas has scooped a prestigious national award for her work with charity St John.
A stray snake was found in Caerphilly yesterday, February 19, and the RSPCA are appealing for its owner to come forward.
An estimated £103 million is wagered on betting shop gambling machines across Caerphilly County Borough, a campaign group has said.
A conman from Caerphilly who was featured on Channel 5’s Cowboy Builders programme has been jailed for three-and-a-half years after he tore his victims’ homes apart and left them £43,000 out of pocket.
It was a strange combination of Gavin and Stacey and the Welsh Assembly that gave Crosskeys’ Costa Book Awards winner Jonathan Edwards the confidence to write poetry about The Valleys where he grew up.
Dyson owners are being warned of a scam where customers are being telephoned and offered repairs of their vacuums.