The community of Blackwood came together earlier today to mark the national minute’s silence in tribute to the 38 victims of the Tunisian beach shooting.
Thieves drove off in a car after stealing the keys to it from a house in Pantside, near Newbridge.
Gwent Police has issued three dispersal orders in Caerphilly and Penyrheol this weekend in a bid to deal with anti-social behaviour.
The new Mayor of Caerphilly County Borough has raised over £6,000 for charity in his first month in office.
Two students from Coleg Gwent’s Crosskeys campus have won a prestigious industry award at a ceremony held St David’s Hotel and Spa, Cardiff Bay.
Newbridge Memo has reached the final stage of the National Lottery Awards and needs reidents’ votes to secure a £2,000 cash prize.
The body of Trudy Jones, the Blackwood victim of the Tunisian beach shooting, is due to arrive in the UK today.
Caerphilly-based housing association United Welsh has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) Gold standard for a second time.
The last financial year was another record breaking year for inward investment projects attracted to Wales.
St James Primary in Caerphilly town has benefitted from a cash injection thanks to an environmental grant scheme from Keep Wales Tidy and Tesco.
Bedwas Junior School has been awarded for helping to support pupils and other members of the school community to become healthier.
An 18-year-old woman who was reported missing from her home in Senghenydd has been found safe and well.
A company that is moving into the old Tata Steel plant in Cross Keys is looking to secure contracts with local suppliers.
Flags were flown at half-mast on Caerphilly Castle yesterday in tribute to the 38 victims of the Tunisian beach shooting.
The annual Machen Agricultural Show takes place on Saturday July 4, featuring the Donkey Derby, falconry and a vintage machine display.
Police are appealing for information about an 18-year-old Senghenydd woman who has been reported missing.
A New Tredegar mother, a Blackwood man and a Crosskeys teenager were among the winners at the annual Learner of the Year Awards held by the UHOVI (University Heads of the Valleys Institute) at the University of South Wales.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Police are warning residents to be vigilant with their home security after a spate of break-ins in the Caerphilly town, Bedwas and Llanbradach areas.
Staff and pupils at a primary school are celebrating after scooping a prestigious heritage award for the sixth year in a row.
Staff at Caerphilly-based PHS Group have raised more than £1,300 for charity by doing a 100-mile bike ride.
The village of Trinant is to receive the first community grant linked to a wind turbine development in nearby Oakdale.
A man was punched through his car window during an early morning attack by another motorist in Abertridwr.
A local songwriter is helping to raise money for Caerphilly Workmen’s Hall by writing and recording a charity single, with all proceeds going to the fund to help fix the building’s roof.
Plaid Cymru AMs Lindsay Whittle and Jocelyn Davies have tabled a Statement of Opinion in the National Assembly calling for the iconic working class hero Dic Penderyn to be pardoned.
Gwent Police has announced plans to train 60 new police officers over the next three years.
A leading pressure care manufacturer has significantly strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of a new Sales Director.
A newly-opened restaurant has taken on its first apprentice.
Donna Day, 22, has started work at the Harp Inn in Gelligaer and will be under the tutorage of chef Mustapha El-Malali.
A Caerphilly County Borough councillor has called a public meeting to ask residents for their say on next year’s council budget.