Archive for December, 2011
Caerphilly’s Labour MP Wayne David has called on the UK Government to close a loophole in Child Support Agency (CSA) rules where people with certain jobs are exempted from support payments.
Pupils from Lewis School Pengam are celebrating after scooping a prestigious prize for producing a new anti-drink driving DVD.
Schools in Caerphilly County Borough are being encouraged to sign up to a new initiative to increase battery recycling.
UPDATE: View our pictures from Caerphilly’s River of Light 2011
Hundreds of people will are due to take part in this year’s annual River of Light parade through Caerphilly town centre.
A woman from Treharris has been prosecuted by Caerphilly County Borough Council for not cleaning up after her dog.
Christmas revellers are being reminded to have a safe night out over the festive period.
Police officers and Community Safety Wardens are increasing their patrols will be reminding revellers visiting local pubs and clubs of the consequences of being caught acting anti-socially or taking part in criminal activity.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced it has prevented £6.4million being paid out in compensation to bogus accident claims.
The Welsh Government has published its vision of what cancer care should look like in Wales
The plan sets out the Welsh Government’s expectations of the NHS, working together with local government, the third sector and the public, with regard to what improvements should be delivered by 2016.
Four men have been jailed after leaving an alleged burglar with brain damage.
Jedd Wiegold, 22, of Keeble Court Graig-Y-Rhacca, Ryan Parry, 23, of Mountain View, Caerphilly, Ojay James, 21, of Napier Street, Caerphilly, and Mark Passmore, 26, of Milton Place,Graig-Y-Rhacca, were all handed sentences of three years and four months at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday.
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South Wales homelessness charity Llamau has been handed a £1,000 Christmas donation by a Blackwood firm.
Ystrad Mynach train station is to have a new footbridge and a lift to improve access for passengers.
A three-year-old Caerphilly girl who suffers from autism has had an early Christmas present in the form of a special trike.