Archive for 2010
The chief executive of Connaught Compliance, based in Caerphilly, has admitted that job losses are likely.
In an interview with the Caerphilly Campaign, Connaught Compliance boss Mark Faulkner said: “We employ 350 people on the compliance side in Caerphilly and 14 as part of the training academy.
Public Health Wales has confirmed it is concentrating its investigation into the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease around seven people in Rhymney.
The daughter of a 49-year-old Rhymney woman who died of Legionnaires’ disease has said her mother had fought the disease for two weeks.
The Islwyn Acoustic Guitar Club is delighted to announce that the legendary Welsh acoustic guitarist John James will be making a rare live appearing in concert at the Jubilee Bar and Events Room, at Wattsville on Friday September 17.
A 25-year-old Caerphily man was rushed to hospital with deep cuts to his face after he was glassed at a pub.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has cut £120,000 from spending on bedding plants and flowers as part of its drive to reduce costs.
A Caerphilly-based manufacturer specialising in products for the healthcare sector is continuing with its programme of expansion and taking on more staff.
A Llanbradach dog rescue charity has welcomed a new member of staff thanks to mobile phone giant Vodafone.
The latest inspection report of youth offending probation work in Blaenau Gwent and Caerphilly has been published – with mixed results.
Gwent Police arrested 22 people in a recent one-day operation of search warrant raids across Caerphilly County Borough.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has removed more than 2,500 road signs in the last three years in its campaign against street clutter.
A new guidebook on the Gelligaer Roman Fort is due to be published in November.
Gelligaer and Penybryn Communities First, Gelligaer Historical Society, Gelligaer Community Council and Caerphilly County Borough Council, have been working on a range of projects to rais the profile of the Roman fort.