Archive for September, 2009
The owner of a former fast food takeaway in Caerphilly town centre has been prosecuted for breaking several food hygiene laws.
A New Tredegar man accused of murdering his partner after she changed her Facebook status from married to single has told a court he had not planned to stab her.
Government officials from Croatia are visiting Caerphilly County Borough today to learn about the area’s successful regeneration schemes.
SWALEC National League Division One East round-up (Sept 5)
Defending champions Blackwood crossed the line half a dozen times in their 45 – 7 demolition of Tredegar on Saturday.
[cleeng_content id="704421595" description="It costs just 15p to view an article from Caerphilly Observer's archive." price="0.15"]A footbridge named in honour of the Calzaghe family will be officially opened on Wednesday.
Following on from the opening Saturday’s visit of Neath, Bedwas once again welcome visitors from West Wales, this time in the shape of Llanelli.
Residents are being invited to find out more about the new hospital being built in Caerphilly County Borough.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is to extend free car parking in Bargoed until after Christmas.
The council introduced two-hour free parking at the Emporium and St Gwladys Road pay and display car parks at the end of last year to help boost trade in the town while redevelopment work took place.
Young offenders put something back into their community when they helped to create a new a community garden at the Neuadd St Cattwg Community Hall in Gelligaer.
Tributes have been paid to the 17-year-old driver killed in a Caerphilly car crash on Bank Holiday Monday.
A Llanbradach councillor has written to the Archbishop of Wales to ask him to stop flats being built on the site of a former church.
A new community space in Groesfan has been officially opened with a party.
Caerphilly County Borough Mayor John Evans, unveiled the new community garden on an area of land at Groesfaen near Deri.