Archive for 2011
A 23-year-old man arrested after a 24-year-old man was found injured in a Croespenmaen street has been cautioned by police for common assault.
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Mill Road near Penyrheol was closed off for a short time on Friday after a taxi was involved in a crash with another vehicle.
Stabbing of two County Down women on holiday left loved ones in ‘utter shock’, says parish priest ahead of funerals
Investors who put cash into ‘social impact bond’ will be paid dividends on successful projects, minister announces
Health experts blame passive overeating for global pandemic, warning in the Lancet that governments must tackle obesity now
Students who have received their GCSE results can enrol at Ystrad Mynach College and Coleg Gwent to continue their education.
Environment Agency Wales is warning people in South Wales to be prepared for possible surface flooding today (August 26).
Thursday night’s stormy weather saw part of a roof blow off a house in Crumlin and a tree crash down in Newbridge.
GCSE students across Caerphilly County Borough have achieved a pass rate of 96.7% – down from the 2010 figure of 97.9%.
There was no increase in the overall GCSE pass rate in Wales for 2011 compared to last year.
Children who struggle with weight problems can learn how to live a healthier lifestyle on the F3 (Fun, Food and Fitness) ten-week course.
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