Archive for 2009
Detectives have stopped investigating an alleged rape at Glamorgan University in Pontypridd.
Gwent police are appealing for information after a 35-year-old Tredegar woman went missing.
A council-run service that help victims of antisocial behaviour has been labelled a success.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is asking residents how it can cut its budget.
A new waste transfer station will be built at the Trehir landfill site near Llanbradach after councillors gave the scheme the go go ahead.
A Caerphilly boy has admitted the rape an eight-year-old girl while he was on bail for another sexual offence against a 15-year-old.
A gang of three robbers have admitted robbing the Nationwide Building Society in Caerphilly.
Tributes have been paid to well-known valleys man killed in a motorcycle crash.
Caerphilly County Borough Council will today consider outline plans for a new waste transfer plant in the county.
A Caerphilly training centre is appealing to local employers to give its young learners chance to prove themselves in the job market by providing them with work placements.
ACT, based on the Pontygwindy Industrial Estate, exists to help young people, particularly NEETs (not in employment, education or training) gain qualifications which will hopefully lead to paid work placements, and ultimately successful careers.
A retired Risca couple who went missing more than a fortnight ago have been found safe and well.
Victims of domestic abuse have been provided with panic rooms in their homes so they can protect themselves against their attackers.