Archive for 2009
A hard-hitting film by Gwent Police warning of the dangers of texting on a mobile while driving has had more than a million views on YouTube.
A 55-year-old Caerphilly woman has become the first person in Wales to die with swine flu.
The unnamed woman was first admitted to the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport on August 2 and was later transferred to an intensive care unit in Cardiff
The Welsh Assembly Government has confirmed the woman from Caerphilly county borough died on Saturday following circulatory complications.
Cardiff Blues captain Paul Tito reckons Wales can beat New Zealand for the first time in 56 years this autumn
Wales open their campaign on November 7 with a mouth-watering clash against the All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium.
A-level students in Caerphilly county borough have been praised for their hard work after pass rates hit record levels.
An investigation has been launched by Environment Agency officials and council staff after two lorry loads of waste were dumped on an industrial estate.
This year’s Caerphilly Flower Festival was a huge success and the churches and local groups that helped make it so have been rewarded for their support.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has applied for £6million of funding from the Welsh Assembly Government so that it can redevelop the top of Caerphilly town centre.
The Oakdale and Penmaen Community Partnership has been presented a prestigious award for developing an impressive green space in the heart of their community.
A nuisance neighbour has been evicted from her home and banned from a housing estate because of her behaviour.
An historic photograph of King George V taken during his visit to Caerphilly in 1912 has been presented to Caerphilly County Borough Council.