Firefighters from Caerphilly Fire Station joined staff from Tesco Ystrad Mynach to take on a gruelling rowing challenge to raise money for Ty Hafan and Macmillan Cancer Support.
A musician from Rhymney has been crowned BBC Radio 2’s Young Brass Player of the Year.
A father from Blackwood who skydived for autism awareness has thanked supporters for their donations.
An award-winning manufacturer of healthcare products has been bought by its management team.
Hundreds of protesters halted work at the UK's largest opencast coal mine in Merthyr Tydfil during peaceful protests on Tuesday, May 3.
Police investigating the murder of a 75-year-old woman have appealed for people who used Ystrad Mynach railway station yesterday to come forward.
A Blackwood-based author has been shortlisted for inclusion on this year’s Pride Power List after releasing a book about his experiences of being bullied as a gay teenager.
Caerphilly Round Table recently celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special dinner.
A 47-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after police were called to an address in Ystrad Mynach earlier today, Tuesday, May 3.
A motorcycle club has paid tribute to Trudy Jones, from Blackwood, with a charity ride to mark a year since her death in the Tunisia terror attacks.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to identify a man in connection with an assault on Cardiff Road, Caerphilly.
Public Health Wales vaccinates 270 people at primary school in Gelligaer after more cases of hepatitis A
Over 200 pupils and adults have been vaccinated against hepatitis A, after two more cases of the infection were confirmed at a school in Gelligaer.
Voters go to the polls on Thursday, May 5, where they will decide who becomes their Assembly Members as well as their local Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Two men conned their way into an elderly lady’s home and stole £180.
The Welsh Assembly Election takes place on Thursday, May 5 and Caerphilly Observer has asked all the candidates in the county borough to submit 100 words. Here we profile the Islwyn constituency.
The Welsh Assembly Election takes place on Thursday, May 5 and Caerphilly Observer has asked all the candidates in the county borough to submit 100 words. Here we profile the Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney constituency.
The Welsh Assembly Election takes place on Thursday, May 5 and Caerphilly Observer has asked all the candidates in the county borough to submit 100 words. Here we profile the Caerphilly constituency.
Uncertainty continues to surround the future of Caerphilly-based steel lintel manufacturer Catnic, after parent company Tata Steel confirmed it is up for sale.
Locals turned out on Saturday, April 23 to show their support for a well-loved pub in Llanbradach, after plans to build flats on the site were submitted to Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Hundreds of protesters are expected to descend on Ffos-y-Fran opencast mine this weekend.
The ‘End Coal Now’ camp is being organised by climate activist network Reclaim the Power over the May Day bank holiday.
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information to try and find the owners of several horses found on Gelligaer Common.
Crews from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service responded to a large grass fire in Rudry on Monday April 25, which consumed over eight hectares of land and 20 conifer trees.
Gwent Police is appealing for information after items were stolen from a house in Abercarn.
Police are appealing for information to find Richard Nathan Davies, 40, (pictured) who has links to the Crosskeys area, who has breached his licence conditions after being released from prison on February 26 this year.
Overall crime rose in the Gwent Police Force area by 1% for the year ending December 2015, with 37,054 crimes recorded, new statistics have revealed.
Charity Disability Can Do has been awarded £1,000 from mobile phone company Vodafone and Caerphilly Observer.
An angler from Caerphilly who nearly lost his life after he was swept out to sea has been reunited with his Royal National Lifeboat Institution rescuers to launch the charity’s fundraising week.
Residents opposed to a draft plan that could see thousands of new homes built on green spaces across Caerphilly County Borough have had their say.
The suspended chief executive of Caerphilly County Borough Council has lodged a complaint against the Wales Audit Office (WAO), after it ruled that a decision to award pay rises to local authority bosses was unlawful.