Archive for October, 2010
Planning permission has been granted for a temporary mast at Oakdale Business Park which will discover if the site is suitable for two wind turbines.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly Council leader Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
A European jobs fair will be held in Cardiff next week for people interested in working abroad.
The European Job Day – organised by European Employment Services (EURES) – will see employment advisers from 15 different countries descend upon the Welsh capital, with several European employers looking to fill vacancies, including PGL Holidays, Disneyland Paris, Peakstaff Recruitment, and the Bourne Leisure Group
The free event will be held at Cardiff’s City Hall on Wednesday October 27 between 10am and 3pm.
The A469 Angel Way’will be closed to traffic for three days next week to allow essential repair works to the road bridge.
A council-owned outdoor education centre could close to save cash.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is proposing to close Ynys Hywel in Cwmfelinfach, which could save up to £100,000 and generate £300,000 if sold.
Police in Bargoed have launched a new set of collectors’ cards to help local children get to know their local bobby.
A two week crackdown on illegal motoring was launched yesterday by the four Welsh police forces.
Officers in the Gwent region, which covers Caerphilly County Borough, will be targeting disqualified drivers and those without insurance or a valid licence.
Chairman of S4C’s governing body accuses government of showing ‘contempt’ to Wales in spending review deal with BBC
A Caerphilly man has been found convicted for pirating DVDs after an investigation by Trading Standards and Gwent Police.
Gwent Police is appealing for information after five Krugerrands were stolen in a burglary.
The five 1oz gold sovereign coins were taken from a house in Court Road, Caerphilly, during the morning of Sunday September 26.
Caerphilly’s Labour AM Jeff Cuthbert has condemned plans to close the Cash Offices and Customer First Centres in Caerphilly and Bargoed.
Councillor Ron Davies, cabinet member for regeneration, has met traders in Caerphilly town centre to discuss the area’s redevelopment.