Archive for 2010
Tickets have gone on sale this morning for Take That’s visit to Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium on Tuesday June 14 2011.
Environment Agency Wales are continuing to investigate the Bryn Compost site in Gelligaer after nearby residents complained of a stench coming from it.
The finalists of the 2010 Caerphilly Business Forum Awards have been announced.
The six category winners and one overall winner will be crowned at the ninth annual awards presentation evening sponsored by Coleg Gwent at the Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel and Spa in Maesycymmer on Friday November 12.
Hundreds of jobs likely to go as Welsh-language broadcaster slashes programming spend by more than £20m
Caerphilly County Borough Council has refused to pay £2,500 to help celebrate 650 years of the magistracy in Gwent.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has told the House of Commons that the future for his constituents looks “bleak”.
Shoppers in Caerphilly town will be looking twice today as they zip from shop to shop as a giant pair of Wellington boots are due to be displayed.
Officers from Bargoed Neighbourhood Policing were in for a treat and not a trick when they visited Gilfach Fargoed Primary School gardening club this week.
British Summer Time ends this Sunday at 2am and energy firm Swalec has claimed the average Welsh home will have 20 clocks to change.
The invaluable work of volunteers across Caerphilly County Borough was celebrated earlier this week at the annual ‘One Beat’ event.
Caerphilly County Borough residents are being encouraged to ‘go green’ by recycling and reusing their waste this Halloween.
Gwent Police Authority – the body charged with overseeing Gwent Police force – has welcomed a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).