Three nurses have been struck off for their poor standard of care, which led in some cases to patient deaths.
Members of Caerphilly Youth Forum visited Cwmbran police headquarters to learn about how the police deal with situations of domestic violence.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Emergency services helped two bariatric patients out of their homes yesterday, August 26, in two separate call outs.
Caerphilly Workmen’s Hall will soon be showing films again, thanks to help from Cinema for All and Moviola, two organisations that help venues to run community cinemas.
A Crumlin man who stole sentimental jewellery and £600 cash from a widowed pensioner has been jailed for three years.
A 61-year old from Caerphilly is chopping off her long locks in memory of her late husband on their anniversary.
Thieves caused £10,000 worth of damage for just £20 worth of copper, which was stolen from Tesco Express in Trethomas overnight.
UKIP suspends candidate from Bedwas Trethomas and Machen by-election for posting on Facebook that immigrants should be gassed
A candidate for the upcoming Bedwas, Trethomas and Machen by-election has been suspended by UKIP and resigned from the party after posting on Facebook that immigrants should be gassed.
A start-up centre has teamed up with a group of business experts to help fledging firms grow.
Gwent Police are re-appealing for information to find a 39-year-old from Blackwood who breached a court order.
Principality Building Society has announced that its lending to home owners has exceeded £5 billion for the first time.
Shop owners are being urged to check if they are eligible for rate relief of up to £1,500.
Risca Street Pastors have a new lifesaving defibrillator thanks to a grant from the Safer Caerphilly Community Safety Partnership.
Ynysddu Primary School is to be the venue for a Honeybee Hive House Project, which will allow pupils from every junior school in Caerphilly County Borough to visit to take part in a hive inspection.
Plaid Cymru has announced its top three candidates for the South Wales East regional list in the National Assembly elections next year.
Residents face being ‘re-educated’ about what can and cannot be recycled when council officers visit homes as part of a recycling crackdown.
Changes are being made to how library services will be accessed across Caerphilly County Borough.
A chihuahua club secretary has been cleared of assaulting a woman during a fracas between two pensioners at a dog show at Markham Leisure Centre.
Morgan Jones ward councillors have condemned fly-tippers who have been dumping rubbish along a lane near Caerphilly town.
More than 600 people have signed a petition against plans to build 300 houses in Bedwas.
A £7 million project aimed at helping unemployed over 25-year-olds get into work is to be rolled out across Caerphilly County Borough.
Traffic lights near Duffryn Business Park near Llanbradach and Ystrad Mynach caught fire in the early hours of the morning in a blaze that had to be extinguished by firefighters.
Caerphilly MP Wayne David responds to an article in the last edition of Caerphilly Observer titled ‘Ron Davies to stand in by-election’.
Social housing providers are taking part in a project to tackle domestic abuse. Around 90% of women helped by Women’s Aid live in rented, mainly social, housing.
The family of a 12-year-old girl who died of a heart muscle disease has raised £90,000 for a children’s cardiac fund in her memory.
A total of 17 officers swooped on properties in Dowlais and Fochriw, as well as the Merthyr Metal Recycling scrap metal dealers in Merthyr Tydfil as part of Operation Leek.
A maverick councillor has said he feels “let down” by council officers over potential plans to build houses on green space in Pontllanfraith
A sweet company boss is bidding to raise more than £20,000 for children’s hospice Ty Hafan.
Two churches that provide community services, including food banks, have been given nearly £900,000 in Welsh Government cash.