Archive for 2011
A couple who have dedicated the last 30 years to fostering have been awarded MBEs in the New Year Honours.
St John Wales volunteers will see in the New Year at the Millennium Stadium as the venue becomes a temporary medical centre to look after Cardiff’s revellers on New Year’s Eve.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to trace the person pictured in this CCTV still.
More people aged between 25 and 34 are turning to Debt Relief Orders (DROs) to deal with their debt problems than any other age group within the population, Insolvency Service figures show.
Shops in Caerphilly County Borough are being warned against a Pay Point scam which has netted criminals £2,200 in just five days.
The Health and Safety Executive has revealed that 63 major injuries were recorded in workplaces across Caerphilly County Borough in 2010/11.
Gwent Police and South Wales Police are appealing for information about two supermarket burglaries that occurred on Christmas Eve and are believed to be linked.
Leading Plaid Cymru councillors have said they will keep their pledge to freeze council tax for the second year running.
Environment Agency Wales is monitoring river levels closely over the next few days and into the Bank Holiday as unsettled weather has been forecast by the Met Office.
Sainsbury’s in Pontllanfraith is to get a new petrol station – the supermarket chain has announced.
The Church in Wales has said talks are still ongoing to build a new health centre on the site of a former church in Llanbradach – despite submitting a planning application for a completely different development.
A new three-year initiative in Caerphilly County Borough is help people improve their computer skills.
The project, called Get IT Together, is focused on helping older people and individuals with disabilities gain basic IT skills and realise the benefits of being online.