An elderly man and woman were taken to hospital after a kitchen fire on Van Road, Caerphilly, last night, November 25.
An Ystrad Mynach man has been banned from keeping animals for ten years by magistrates.
A baby and a man got stuck in a lift at Bargoed Railway Station last night, November 24, prompting a call to the emergency services.
An attempt was made to snatch an 11-year-old boy in Blackwood, police have said.
Argoed murder victim Cerys Marie Yemm was killed by “sharp force trauma to the face and neck”, an inquest has been told.
Railway lines serving the South Wales Valleys will be electrified after a deal was struck between the Welsh Government and the UK Government over financing of the project.
Pharmaceutical company Norgine has announced that construction for a new warehouse at its site in Hengoed has begun.
Trade unions representing health workers in Wales have accepted a two-year pay deal from the Welsh Government, ending a long-running dispute.
Plaid Cymru AM Lindsay Whittle has paid tribute by reading a poem at the grave of the famous Welsh poet Hedd Wyn in Flanders.
A charity shop volunteer has been honoured for 30 years’ service to Barnardo’s.
Valerie Williams, of Hillside Park, Bargoed, has been behind the till at the charity’s town shop in Hanbury Road, for more than 30 years.
Caerphilly Business Forum: “From high flier to self-employed: why going it alone was less lonely than I thought”
Caerphilly Business Forum Member Paul Fears, of Paul Fears Photography, discusses why he made the jump to self-employment.
Members of a Cardiac Rehabilitation exercise class, called ‘Cardiac Fitness Solutions’, have raised £1,526.50 from a recent sponsored walk around Caerphilly Castle.
Police have released these CCTV images to track down suspected shoplifters and a suspected fuel thief.
More than half of the electric blankets tested at a recent safety event were found to be faulty.
Residents have been told to be on their guard against a new email scam currently doing the rounds.
Men, women and families from across Caerphilly County Borough are being encouraged to sign up to take part in a special walk being held on Sunday November 23 to raise awareness of the White Ribbon Campaign – the largest global effort to eradicate male violence against women.
Plaid Cymru’s group leader on Caerphilly Council, Cllr Colin Mann, has called for a rethink on plans to withdraw junior doctors from Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (YYF) in Ystrad Mynach.
Leading business academic Professor Dylan Jones-Evans has been appointed as a non-executive director of the Welsh Innovation Centre for Enterprise (ICE) it has announced.
A planning application has been submitted to develop a civic amenity site and waste transfer station at Ystrad Mynach’s Dyffryn Business Park nine years after similar plans were shelved.
Two cars have crashed on the junction of Caerphilly Mountain Road and Castle View, prompting residents to repeat calls for road safety improvements.
A patisserie has found the perfect recipe for business success by taking advantage of a scheme to get youngsters into employment.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Rebel Labour councillors have called for a rethink on controversial plans to build a council-owned cinema in Bargoed.
A 31-year-old criminal from Fleur-de-Lys who was wanted by police has been arrested.
Daniel Robinson was recalled to prison for breaching the terms of his release licence.
Police are appealing for information after a car drove off after it hit a 12-year-old boy.
Caerphilly pupils congratulate themselves for their Children in Need fundraising with a big assembly
Children at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Caerfilli took part in a Children in Need assembly after winning a nationwide competition.
A couple have re-lived their courtship by holding court at Caerphilly Castle ahead of their 25th wedding anniversary.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Operation Santa is aiming to support over 700 children across the area once again this year.
A sex offender who stabbed a woman as she was walking alone has been jailed for ten years.
Caerphilly residents can have their say on council cuts and a council tax rise at a series of drop-in sessions.