A 19-year-old man has appeared before Newport Magistrates’ Court charged with robbing an Iceland supermarket in Caerphilly town.
Worker believed to have been threatened with knife during early morning robbery at Caerphilly town Iceland – Two teens arrested
A supermarket worker is believed to have been held at knifepoint during an early morning robbery at Iceland supermarket in Caerphilly town.
Bedwas-based aircraft engineering firm AerFin Ltd has signed a deal with airline Cathay Pacific Airways to dispose of retired planes.
A Pentwynmawr man is running two ultra-marathons to raise money for a heart charity for young people.
Caerphilly-based business hub Welsh ICE has partnered with a London-based organisation to deliver training to help the next generation of digital entrepreneurs.
Pupils at Trinant Primary School held a fair trade day in celebration of Fairtrade Fortnight. The nursery class made rice crispy cakes and Year One made Gruffalo cakes with Fairtrade chocolate.
Caerphilly man jailed for seven years after running over and killing step-sister in illegal road race
A Caerphilly man who ran over and killed his step sister while taking part in an illegal road race has been jailed for seven years.
A custody sergeant who allegedly had sex with a female suspect has been fired by Gwent Police for gross misconduct.
Coleg Gwent is facing cuts of £5.7 million with around 122 jobs to go
The college, which has a campus in Crosskeys, as well as Ebbw Vale, Newport, Crosskeys, Pontypool and Usk, said most part-time courses and community courses will go from September, although full-time courses are unaffected.
The National Assembly for Wales has launched a mobile app, giving people another way of finding out what is happening at the Assembly.
A leading specialist in concrete applications and repairs has relocated to Caerphilly town and opened a new trade counter.
Police would like to speak with two men in connection with the theft of a trolley full of shopping from Tesco in Risca.
A bullying boyfriend who admitted unlawfully wounding a woman he had met online has been banned from going on all dating websites.
A scheme that supports vulnerable people in the community has celebrated three years at its 2015 AGM.
The South East Wales Shared Lives Scheme provides support for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, physical disabilities, sensory impairment, as well as older people.
Three schools in Caerphilly County Borough have received awards for raising health awareness.
St Gwladys Bargoed Primary School, Hendredenny Park Primary and Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Caerffili have been members of the Caerphilly Healthy Schools Scheme for over nine years.
Newbridge School pupils have taken part in the Big Spring Clean 2015.
Pupils teamed up with Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Tidy Towns Team to set to work on improving the town’s park and ride facility.
Caerphilly Girlguiding is looking for female volunteers aged over 18 to work with Brownies and Guides aged between five and 25.
Blackwood Rotary Club has donated £300 and entertainment equipment to ASD, a group supporting children and families affected by autism.
Friends of Morgan Jones Park in Caerphilly town are looking for people to make use of the new community allotments in the park.
The third phase of a project to regenerate Bargoed has been shortlisted for a prestigious engineering award.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Wales Cymru has announced the finalists for its Project Awards 2015.
Eighteen-year-old Molly Turececk from Bedwas recently visited Westminster to meet with Caerphilly MP Wayne David.
Molly was nominated by Bedwas High School after Mr David wrote to the school inviting a female student to take part in a project celebrating International Women’s Day.
Axiom Manufacturing Services has announced record turnover and operating profits for 2014, with a forward order book that promises more of the same.
Police are appealing for information to identify three women following a theft from the Aldi store in Risca at 3.05pm on Monday March 23.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Workplace services company PHS Group has raised more than £19,000 for ITV’s Text Santa appeal.
Children’s hospice services across the UK will benefit from funds raised by the 2014 appeal and PHS’ national charity partner, Together for Short Lives, will benefit as one of the six Text Santa charities.
Two men from Bargoed have admitted charges of violent disorder after trouble flared up in Cardiff City centre when a protest march passed people drinking.
Gwent Police are reminding drivers to lock their vehicles when they leave them unattended after a spate of thefts in the town.
Caerphilly MP Wayne David asks Caerphilly County Borough Council to ‘think again’ over plans to build more homes
Caerphilly MP Wayne David has formally called on Caerphilly County Borough Council to ‘think again’ about its Draft Local Development Plan (LDP).
Foundation degree students from Coleg Gwent’s Crosskeys Campus studying Creative Arts recently took their classroom to the streets of the Big Apple for an inspirational tour of a lifetime.
A defibrillator has been presented to St Martin’s School in Caerphilly town – the 12th to be presented to schools across Caerphilly County Borough by Jack’s Appeal.