Archive for October, 2011
Lewis School Pengam has won first place in the ‘Film My School’ competition at the Pearson Teaching Awards 2011 with a prize of film equipment worth £5,000.
Youngsters from across Caerphilly County Borough have been discussing the issues that are important to them at the 11th annual Youth Forum Conference.
Principality Welsh Premiership, Saturday October 29 2011.
Bedwas entertained Swansea looking to bounce back from the disappointment against Pontypridd last week and get back to winning ways.
Residents are being told to ‘go green’ by recycling and reusing their waste this Halloween.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is teaming up with Waste Awareness Wales to encourage people to have a happy ‘green’ Halloween.
The Gwent County Branch of the Royal British Legion has launched this year’s 2011 Poppy Appeal.
The official launch took place on Friday at the historical Raglan Barracks in Newport.
Private landlords in Caerphilly County Borough are to ask potential tenants if they are troublemakers, under a new police scheme.
Buses have begun running from Caerphilly bus station again after the second phase of controversial roadworks were finished.
Caerphilly town centre could yet have another pub, after the owner of the former Woolworths building in Pentrebane Street submitted a planning application.
Two food and drink companies based in Caerphilly County Borough have scooped a prestigious national award.
Blaengawney Cider, based in Crumlin and which produces Hallets cider, won a Bronze award, while Caerphilly town’s The Celt Experience won a Gold.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has revealed savings in the region of £100,000 after introducing a scheme to better manage its agency workers.
Chief inspector of immigration says UK Border Agency must to more to manage the 5,375 cases pending deportation
Call for PM to answer allegations that ministers may have been looking to profit from links with Liam Fox’s self-styled adviser