Archive for 2010
An open prison from which a convicted murderer escaped from last week has been praised in a report by prison inspectors.
Almost a quarter of Caerphilly’s gardens regularly have visiting hedgehogs, according to the results of the RSPB’s summer wildlife survey.
Post Offices in Llanbradach, Senghenydd and Bargoed’s McDonnell Road office are to get makeovers after successfully applying for improvement grants from the Welsh Assembly.
Almost £1million worth of road and pavement repairs across Caerphilly County Borough are well underway, according to the council.
Gwent Police Authority is asking for people’s views on Government plans to introduce elected police commissioners.
The Government wants to replace 43 Police Authorities with 43 elected Police and Crime Commissioners.
Seven lucky golf fans from Caerphilly County Borough will be watching the stars tee off at the Ryder Cup, being held this week at the Celtic Manor.
Newbridge-based Axiom Manufacturing Services has been commended for its commitment to green manufacturing at a leading UK industry awards ceremony.
The next round of Partnerships and Communities Together (PACT) meetings for the Blackwood area will be held over the next couple of weeks.
Islwyn MP Chris Evans, has described a new human resources consultancy as vital to the future success of the local economy.
Thousands of residents turned out to show their support for the brave men and women of The Royal Welsh as they were honoured with the Freedom of Caerphilly County Borough on Saturday.
UPDATE: Tuesday September 27th, 9.40am, Police have said Mark has been found safe and well.
Police have issued an appeal for information to trace a missing Caerphilly teenager.
Two long-serving council workers were recognised for their dedicated service with an invitation to a Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.