Archive for January, 2010
Police and officials from Caerphilly County Borough Council are launching a crackdown on booze-related bad behaviour during this year’s Six Nations.
Islwyn MP Don Touhig has announced he will stand down at this year’s General Election.
Mr Touhig revealed his decision not to stand in the forthcoming election at a meeting of the Islwyn Labour Party last night.
Updated Saturday January 30th, 2010
A 28-year-old man found dead in a lane near the Garth estate in Abertridwr has been named by friends on Facebook as Gareth Davies from Senghenydd.
An ambitious regeneration scheme to transform Bargoed has been granted £8.3 million of European cash.
The money is a major boost to plans to revamp the town over the next ten years by Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has agreed a new regeneration blueprint for the county borough over the next three years.
Kind-hearted pupils at a Caerphilly primary school have taken part in a colourful event to raise money for the victims of the recent Haiti earthquake.
Gwent Police Authority, which oversees the work of Gwent Police and holds it to account, has thanked residents for their support over the last 12 months.
Islwyn MP Don Touhig has honoured today’s Holocaust Memorial Day by signing a Book of Commitment in the House of Commons.
Ron Davies’ Forward Wales party is to disband, the former Welsh Secretary and ex-Caerphilly MP has admitted.
The party’s registration with the Electoral Commission will not be renewed next month.
Students at Cwmcarn High School were given the opportunity to quiz local MP Don Touhig when he recently visited the school to talk about his work in Parliament.
Following a wide ranging speech in front of 100 pupils, Mr Touhig answered questions about a series of issues including Iraq, the NHS, the Labour Party, the General Election, school funding and MPs expenses.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has had part of its social services department praised by inspectors.
The authority was reviewed by the Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) which examined how it dealt with the protection of vulnerable adults across the county borough.
Treharris are hoping to create their own slice of history this Friday when they launch their own Girls team for the very first time.