A plaque commemorating the victims of the 1901 and 1913 mining disasters at the Universal Colliery in Senghenydd has been installed in Caerphilly town centre.
Labour has called for a by-election after a councillor stepped down from Caerphilly Town Council.
Mike Thomas, who represented the Tonyfelin ward for Plaid Cymru, stood down for personal reasons.
Two off-road motorbikes were stolen from a garage in Aberbargoed in the early hours of the morning on Monday October 20.
The RSPCA is looking for the owner of a dog after it was found trapped in a small snare.
Caerphilly Business Forum: We all have a responsibility to make a contribution to the local community
In a new regular feature, we shine a light on members of Caerphilly Business Forum. Here Caerphilly Business Forum Chair Denise Lovering explains why everyone has a responsibility to make a contribution to the local community.
Police are appealing for information after a theft from a Spar in Bargoed.
Officers have release this CCTV still of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a theft from the Hanbury Road shop on September 27 at around 4pm.
A misconduct hearing into the practice of six nurses at a New Tredegar care home is underway.
Nurses Rachel Tanta, Rachel Pritchard, Tembakazi Moyana, Beverley Mock, Daphne Richards and Susan Greening are accused of misconduct and face allegations over the treatment of nine residents at Brithdir Nursing Home between 2004 and 2006.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to find a 14-year-old girl missing from her Risca home.
Radka Pechova, who is of Czech origin, was last seen on Thursday October 16.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to trace a woman in connection with a fuel theft from Bargoed Morrisons.
Young people from across Caerphilly County Borough made their voices heard at the annual Caerphilly Youth Forum conference in Blackwood.
He certainly has been through a lot, but Sergeant, the brindle lurcher who was found collapsed by a member of the public on a small grass verge in Rudry last month is definitely back on his feet.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Cabinet members have agreed to reduce their salaries by 5% “as a contribution towards the savings likely to be required across all of the council’s departments.”
The amount of money spent by tourists to Caerphilly County Borough is on the rise, according to figures from the council.
A petition against the “indefinite or permanent closure” of Cwmcarn Forest Drive has been handed into the Assembly, calling on the Welsh Government to reverse the decision to shut the attraction.
The father of a man killed as he was breaking up a fight, has described the attacker’s four year jail term as “a kick in the teeth”.
Pupils from Ysgol Ifor Bach in Abertridwr won first prize for the best banner displayed in a parade to welcome the Urdd Eisteddfod to Caerphilly County Borough.
A community project to save a historic colliery site has been boosted by a £250,000 grant from the Welsh Government.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to locate a 31-year-old man who breached his licence conditions after being released from prison.
A man has been jailed for five years and banned from driving for six years, after the car he was driving struck and killed a teenager.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Police in England have confirmed that no criminal charges will be brought against officers at Caerphilly County Borough Council over unlawful payments made to staff.
Gwent Police is appealing for witnesses after a fatal car crash on the B4251 in Wyllie, near Blackwood.
Caerphilly AM Jeff Cuthbert has said he will oppose any move to scale back opening hours at Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr (YYF) after plans were announced to remove trainee doctors.
A Caerphilly-born player has been banned for six months for a double punch on St Helens’ Lance Hohaia -the longest ban ever dished out by the Rugby Football League.
A new sculpture commemorating those who lost their lives in the Universal Colliery Disaster of 1913 has been unveiled in Senghenydd.
A young father killed a “peacemaker” with a single punch as he tried to break up a pub fight in Caerphilly.
Jason Grovell was jailed for four years for hitting innocent Jake Sweeney, 26, as he tried to separate a brawl outside the Irish Tymes pub.
A man has been charged with criminal damage, after an eight hour siege in Lansbury Park, Caerphilly, which resulted in 60 homes being without gas and electricity.
A senior Caerphilly County Borough councillor has apologised after the authority came under fire over alleged party bias in a report to councillors.
A man has been arrested after an eight hour siege in Lansbury Park resulted in 60 homes being without gas and electricity.
Young people in Penyrheol, Trecenydd and Energlyn are being encouraged to put their name forward to become a Youth Ambassador.