A teenager has admitted murdering Michael Lee Emmett, who died a month after he and a friend were stabbed in Blackwood.
School children have been fighting off invaders at Aberbargoed Grasslands Nature Reserve.
An amateur photographer from Caerphilly has taken first prize in a competition for her image questioning presumptions of old age.
Maesycwmmer Holiday star Craig Roberts took acting lessons off Ty Hafan patients when he dropped in to watch their Disney-themed pantomime.
Children at Pantside Primary School, in Newbridge, are celebrating the success of their new community cupcake café.
The initiative allows Year 5 and Year 6 pupils to serve a range of hot and cold refreshments to parents, classmates and teachers.
An expanding Caerphilly-based energy consultancy has recruited a new member to their team.
UES Energy, based on Caerphilly Business Park, picked Andy Hutchinson from one of their largest UK competitors for the new role of Client Services Director.
The Caerphilly Churches Night Shelter scheme to support the homeless through the winter months has returned for its third year.
A by-election for Caerphilly Town Council will take place on December 18, in the Tonyfelin ward.
Cafés, takeaways, restaurants and any other business that serves food to the public, must now tell customers of any potential allergens in their ingredients, following new EU rules.
Police are appealing for information following incidents of criminal damage to six vehicles on September 27 in Bevan Close, Bevan Rise and Bryn y Fran Avenue, Trethomas
Police would like to speak to 20-year-old Lewis Thompson from Graig y Rhacca in connection with the incidents.
Staff and pupils at Deri Primary School are celebrating after being named Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Pride in Your Place champions of 2014.
The search is continuing to find the winner of a £1.8 million lottery winner from Caerphilly County Borough.
Young musicians from across Caerphilly County Borough performed on the world-renowned stage at St David’s Hall in Cardiff on December 3.
An Abercarn couple became some of the first people to celebrate the legalisation of same-sex marriage by taking their vows on the day the law changed.
Chancellor George Osborne vowed to devolve business rates to the Welsh Government in his Autumn Statement on December 3.
Islwyn MP Chris Evans has called on the UK Government to review the affordability of funerals. It comes after a report claimed one in five households can’t afford the cost of a basic funeral.
A five-year-old girl has been honoured by fire chiefs after her and her best friend saved her epileptic Mum from a kitchen blaze at their home.
A Caerphilly-based health technology start-up has struck a deal with health and beauty retailer Superdrug to trial its product.
Rhymney Allotments have been given a cash boost of £5,000 from Caerphilly County Borough Council’s £50,000 Community Improvement Fund.
Caerphilly MP Wayne David has given a special lecture in Parliament on the first conscientious objector to become an MP.
Generous people across Caerphilly County Borough have donated thousands of gifts to a council-run charity Christmas appeal.
Caerphilly women lose £11,000 holiday of a lifetime savings as Blue Skies Travel (UK) goes into liquidation
A group of friends were left “seething” after losing £11,000 when the travel agent they booked a “holiday of a lifetime” with went into liquidation.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s offices in Pontllanfraith could be closed as part of a bid to save £29m over the next three years.
The Prince of Wales has officially opened the newly restored Newbridge Memorial Hall today and was greeted by around 400 people.
Christmas cheer has filled the streets of towns right across Caerphilly County Borough, with the festive period very much underway.
Former Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby star Gareth Thomas has swapped his boots for the classroom in a bid to help children’s communication skills.
An illegal tattooist has been fined £1,050 by magistrates.
Stephen Stevens, of Duke Street, Abertillery, appeared at Caerphilly Magistrates’ Court on Friday November 28 and admitted eight offences relating to illegal tattooing and piercing.
Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a property on Mount Pleasant Street in Aberbargoed sometime overnight between December 9 and 10.
A planned £7 million council-owned cinema is to be reviewed by senior councillors, putting the controversial project in doubt.
Two adults and a child were treated with oxygen by firefighters after a house fire in Blackwood.
A crew from Aberbargoed was called to a report of a living room fire at a home in Sunny bank Road at around 6pm last night, Wednesday December 10.