Gwent’s Police and Crime Commissioner has said local public meetings with officers will continue until there is something better.
Welsh politicians have paid tribute to apartheid fighter and former South African president Nelson Mandela, who died last night aged 95 in Johannesburg.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has announced there will be an independent review into Operation Jasmine – the £11.6m investigation into alleged care home abuse.
Time is running out for entrepreneurs to apply for a European Union-backed grant scheme.
The Budding Businesses grant can offer 80% towards the cost of a project and will soon be winding up.
Record numbers of visitors descended on Blackwood town centre over the weekend to enjoy the festive delights at the town’s annual Christmas market.
Budding entrepreneurs at St Martin’s School in Caerphilly have been getting a taste for business with the Young Enterprise scheme.
Two people arrested in connection with the disappearance and murder of Newbridge man Kyle Vaughan have been released without charge.
Two new school clubs have been launched to help bridge the generation gap between pupils and older people.
New lifesaving equipment has been installed at a garden centre thanks to a donation from a charity.
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) was presented to Caerphilly Garden Centre, in Nantgarw, by charity Welsh Hearts.
The old Abercarn Police Station is being sold at auction tomorrow.
The former police station, at Prices Court, Gwyddon Road, is listed with a ‘nominal’ guide price with Paul Fosh Auctions of Newport.
An RE teacher from Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni has been suspended for 18 months after sending “inappropriate” Facebook messages to a pupil.
Community Safety Wardens are increasing their patrols around Caerphilly Castle moat to catch anglers leaving litter.
Over recent weeks, caste staff have noticed a small minority of those using the castle moat for fishing have left litter and fishing-related debris behind, such as fishing hooks and wire.
An Aberbargoed taxi driver has been prosecuted for driving while suspended.
Wendy Faulkner, age 47, from Dyffryn Street in Aberbargoed, was suspended from driving taxis due to a medical condition.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has said it will keep increases to bills below the rate inflation for the next six years.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Plaid Cymru group has tabled a motion calling on access to all payday loan sites to be blocked from council-owned computers.
A large section of a school which was forced to close last year after asbestos was found has been cleared of the substance.
A comprehensive school, closed since 2007, has been officially reopened as a Welsh-language school.
Pupils, staff and guests gathered on November 22 for the opening of the new Y Gwyndy – Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni campus in Caerphilly town.
A young family’s first pictures of their newborn baby boy have been stolen by heartless thieves
New mum Jade Woodward, 24, (pictured above) was asleep upstairs with her partner and four-week-old son while her home was ransacked.
Supermarket Morrisons has opened the doors to its new store in Bargoed as part of a £24 million development.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to find a man and a woman from Blackwood who both failed to attend court hearings.
A 72-year-old woman was killed in a road traffic collision in Rhymney.
The local woman was walking down Moriah Street when she was hit by a vehicle on Friday November 29.
The driver of a minibus involved in a crash which killed a cyclist has been charged with death by dangerous driving.
A farmer’s state-of-the-art eco home has been given a planning ‘Oscar’.
Maes Yr Onn, in Manmoel, is self-sustainable and completely ‘off-the-grid’.
An engineer has been ordered to pay more than £1,600 by magistrates after failing to make payments to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Police stations closed to the public last year could be reopened, Gwent’s Police and Crime Commissioner has said.
Colin Brace, the chairman of Brace’s Bakery, has been awarded an OBE for his services to the baking industry and community in Wales.
Two parishioners from Caerphilly’s St Catherine’s Church have spent a night under the stars to raise money for a homelessness charity.
The leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council has said the authority will do everything it can to not evict tenants affected by the ‘Bedroom Tax’.
A bonnet was stolen from a parked car at Morrisons car park in Caerphilly town.
Police are appealing for information after the theft which took place on Wednesday November 27 between 11.30am and 4.55pm
The car bonnet was stolen from a 2008 black Ford Fiesta.
Plans by the UK Government to devolve non-domestic business rates to the Welsh Government have been welcomed by the Federation of Small Businesses.