Archive for 2010
Police are appealing for information after a 35-year-old woman was pushed to the ground in an attempt to rob her.
A Bargoed woman was threatened and screamed at by a complete stranger as she made her way home on the train.
A youth club set up by residents, Caerphilly County Borough Council and Gwent Police is celebrating its first anniversary.
Police are investigating a second crash on the A468 Caerphilly bypass.
The latest crash happened yesterday at about 4.50pm near the Corbett’s roundabout – less than 10 hours after the first crash.
Council workers have been planting flags into the ground where dogs mess has been to highlight the problem.
Applications are being sought for dance groups throughout Caerphilly County Borough to perform in the Annual Dance Showcase, which takes place at Blackwood Miners’ Institute on Monday July 5 and Tuesday July 6.
Blackwood councillor Kevin Etheridge has resigned citing “personal reasons”.
Popular and well-known in the community for his work, Independent councillor Mr Etheridge was first elected in 1999.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly Council leader Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a two-car smash on the A468 Caerphilly bypass this morning.
The accident happened at 7am just after the St Cenydd roundabout heading towards the Corbetts roundabout.
Wayne David, Caerphilly’s Labour candidate for the general election, has crossed swords with Plaid Cymru rival Lindsay Whittle over council spending cuts.
Two politics students from Blackwood are to produce an episode of BBC TV’s Question Time after impressing corporation bosses in a competition.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has launched a new initiative to encourage people to take pride in the state of their streets.