Archive for October, 2011
Nelson Rugby Club’s first team begin with a shaky start to the season, despite league promotion, a clubhouse extension and a new kit sponsored by Bryn Quarry Ltd.
Wales trio Dan Lydiate, Shane Williams and James Hook have all been passed fit to take a full part in training at Newton Park in Wellington on Wednesday and are expected to be available for selection for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final clash with Ireland on Saturday.
Council tenants will vote next month on whether their homes will remain under local authority control or be transferred to a new housing association – but there has been a new twist in the saga.
Veterans of the UK’s nuclear weapons testing programme held their annual march on the weekend at Risca – for the last time.
Businesses and budding entrepreneurs in Caerphilly County Borough are invited to a special Grant and Business Support Event to be held on Wednesday October 12 at Cherry Tree House, Oakdale Business Park from 10am to 2pm.
Principality Welsh Premiership, Saturday October 1 2011.
On a very warm early Autumn afternoon Bedwas travelled to the Whitworth ground, Tonmawr looking for their first win of the season against the only side below them in the league table.
South Wales’ homelessness charity, Llamau has announced that Dragons’ Den star businesswoman Hilary Devey will be appearing at its 25th birthday celebrations.
The ruling Plaid-led cabinet on Caerphilly County Borough Council has called on health chiefs to name wards at the new £172m Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr after the area’s former collieries.
A Caerphilly photographer has been highly commended for his work.
Andy Rouse’s photograph of Akarevuro, a young mountain gorilla, has earned him high praise in the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
• Wales 66-0 Fiji