Archive for 2010
Two 14-year-old schoolchildren from Caerphilly have become Britain’s youngest parents.
April Webster and boyfriend Nathan Fishbourne are front page news in The Sun newspaper on Saturday after April gave birth to son Jamie.
Heavy snow this morning across Caerphilly County Borough has led to huge disruption on the roads and public transport.
Gwent Police has launched a fleet of three “mobile police stations” to serve areas without a police station.
A specialist bike shop based in Abercarn has expanded to take advantage of Cwmcarn’s reputation as a top biking destination.
Islwyn MP Chris Evans has warned that the burgeoning defence industry in south east Wales is at risk due to public spending cuts.
Access to a south Wales woodland at the gateway to some of the most popular bridleways in the area has been made easier after Forestry Commission Wales improved the car park.
School children have been busy catching speeding drivers outside their school gates.
Youngsters across Caerphilly County Borough have been using speed guns to measure how fast drivers have been going on roads near their school.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly Council leader Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Caerphilly MP Wayne David has announced the winner of his annual Christmas card competition.
The winning design was chosen from hundreds of entries from school children across the Caerphilly constituency.
• Speed to sound out former Wales players over return
Thousands of ex-miners across Wales died while awaiting compensation for chest disease, according to figures from the Government.
An Abertridwr couple have had a dream £20,000 wedding – thanks to Facebook.
Emma Collins, 31, and Shaun Parsons, 38, had been engaged for 14 years but could not afford to get hitched.