Archive for 2011
Helicopter carrying royal newlyweds leaves Buckingham Palace for an undisclosed destination after black-tie celebration
BBC beat ITV by three to one in battle to attract viewers for coverage of Prince William’s wedding to Kate Middleton
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave Westminster Abbey to waves of cheers from crowds before sharing balcony kiss
National Association of Head Teachers move follows report calling for final salary pension schemes to be scrapped
Scotland Yard commissioner Paul Stephenson says his force is ‘prepared for every eventuality’
The Conservative candidate for Caerphilly in May’s Assembly election has criticised the council for the way it hands out financial support to pensioners.
A McDonald’s drive-through restaurant has applied for permission to open 24 hours, seven days a week.
The Crossways branch of the American fast food chain, in Caerphilly, wants to serve drivers between 11pm and 6am.
Ron Davies, Plaid’s Assembly candidate in Caerphilly, has hit back at Labour MP Wayne David claiming a recent blog post on Caerphilly Observer questioned his integrity.
A lucky Caerphilly woman has scooped a clutch of electronic gadgets in a prize draw.
Sylvia Griffiths, who lives in Hendredenny, won an Apple iPod Touch, an iPod Nano, a Nintendo Wii, a DS, a Fuji camera, a Panasonic camcorder and a Pure digital radio after filling out a customer survey with motoring firm Suzuki.
Eriez Magnetics Europe, based in Bedwas, has successfully become members of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) – an international trade federation.
Customs officers will be able to query more smokers’ European holiday purchases under minister’s plan
Latest package – reportedly destined for Republican supporters’ group in Scotland – intercepted in Northern Ireland