Archive for 2011
Shaun Edwards will be retained as the Wales national squad assistant coach for at least the next four years, the Welsh Rugby Union confirmed on Sunday after concluding negotiations to re-sign its highly sought after defence coach.
The road works that have plagued Caerphilly town centre for several weeks have finished two weeks ahead of schedule.
School children from across the Caerphilly town area gathered to pay their respect and mark Armistice Day with a two-minute silence and wreath laying ceremony.
Caerphilly District Miners’ Hospital will close its doors for the last time this weekend as staff and patients are transferred to the new hospital.
A police officer has been praised for his bravery after he successfully tackled and arrested an armed man.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has agreed to continue its policy of charging for bulky item disposal.
Last year the authority introduced charges for the collection of bulky items such as sofas and TVs for disposal.
Report by Simon Rowe
On Sunday November 6, Mid Glamorgan’s success continued as they took on the might of Worcestershire at St Cenydd Leisure Centre.
Gwent Police has appealed for information after an 11-year-old girl was knocked over as she crossed a road.
Bargoed High Street will be closed to traffic on weekends between November 12 and December 4, as work to revamp the area continues.
The Millennium Stadium will host both the Team GB men’s and women’s Olympic football teams at next year’s London 2012 Games.
Home owners in Caerphilly County Borough are at serious risk of having their property repossessed, research by charity Shelter Cymru suggests.
Caerphilly councillor Mike Prew has been re-elected as the area’s youth champion for a fourth year.
Cllr Prew, who represents the Morgan Jones ward for Plaid Cymru, said: “I’m delighted to serve as the youth champion to represent the views of young people throughout the county borough for a fourth year.