Archive for 2011
Glamorgan University is searching for its oldest living alumni.
The university will celebrate its centenary year in 2013, and as part of the celebrations is looking for its oldest past students to help mark the milestone.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced it has announced it has 10,000 tonnes of salt in stock ready for use during the winter.
By Caerphilly Plaid Cymru councillor Lynne Hughes, a mother-of-three primary aged children in Welsh medium
At first glance, you would have thought so.
The sun was shining in Cefn Hengoed on Wednesday when TV weatherman Derek Brockway visited Derwendeg Primary School to talk to pupils about the wonders of our weather.
• Wales beaten 21-18 by Wallabies at Eden Park
The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord has been delayed until early next year.
Children and youngsters in Caerphilly County Borough are being urged to reach for their cameras to snap the beauty of woodlands and celebrate the International Year of the Forest.
The valuable contribution made by volunteers across Caerphilly County Borough will be celebrated at a special annual event later this week.
This Friday the Millennium stadium will open its doors again for a live screening of the Rugby World Cup third place play-off between Wales and Australia.
Gwent Police will be stepping up patrols this Halloween and Bonfire Night as part of a community safety campaign.
Residents and businesses are being warned not to fall victim to a telephone scam where they are offered an energy bill rebate.
Caerphilly town is to lose two major high street names by the end of this month when Mothercare and Birthdays close.