Archive for November, 2011
• FAW wants to respect Speed’s bereaved family
David Cameron and Ed Miliband trade blows as 60% of schools in England are closed and 6,000 NHS operations cancelled
A petition signed by more than 1,200 people calling for more Welsh medium education money in Caerphilly County Borough has been handed to the Assembly.
A nursery which had its bikes, scooters and flags stolen during a summer break-in, has received a £500 donation from a local firm.
A Caerphilly man has been prosecuted by Trading Standards after he was caught selling fake goods through online auction website eBay.
A minute silence will be held in the Millennium Stadium before the Dove Men Challenge, Wales versus Australia rugby international on Saturday as a tribute to Gary Speed who died tragically at the weekend.
A 34-year-old man from Merthyr Tydfil has been jailed for five-and-half years after he robbed a betting shop.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Pupils from Abercarn Primary School recently celebrated their school’s ‘Eco’ status with a green party.
The school has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for the school’s environmentally-friendly activities.
George Osbourne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, told Britain that it should expect more pain and job losses in Tuesday’s Autumn Statement.
Chancellor defends plans after forecasts suggest public sector job losses would total 710,000
Action promised on tax avoidance, high-speed internet, science investment and small businesses