Archive for October, 2011
• First coalition Tory cabinet minister to resign
The leader of Caerphilly County Borough led council staff in a rendition of Max Boyce anthem Hymns and Arias at the local authority’s HQ Penallta House in Ystrad Mynach.
Hungry Welsh fans up early on Saturday for the big match will be able to grab a free sausage roll thanks to Bedwas firm Peter’s Pies.
Energy and environment consultancy UES, based in Ystrad Mynach, has restructured and rebranded after reporting a turnover of £1.3 million and growth of more than 50%.
A Merthyr Tydfil man has appeared in court charged with robbery.
Police officers were called to the Coral betting shop in Hanbury Road, Bargoed, at 7.45pm on Tuesday October 12 and later arrested one man.
The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord could be delayed until next year.
Bargoed rock band 4th Street traffic are to play Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium after the big TV screening of Wales’ historic clash against France in the semi-final of the Rugby World Cup.
Thank goodness for the Welsh rugby team. If it wasn’t for them we could be exposed to an endless stream of bad news stories.
Gwent Police has promised a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to antisocial behaviour at the Welfare Ground in Cefn Fforest.
A Llanbradach car enthusiast is hoping to make it through to the final of this year’s Classic Car of the Year competition.
Wales have made one change to the starting line-up which triumphed over Ireland last weekend for the 2011 Rugby World Cup semi-final clash with France at Eden Park on Saturday.
Major gas roadworks in Caerphilly town centre are choking trade and threatening people’s livelihoods, according to local business.