Archive for 2011
• Manager demands improved team discipline
Gwent Police is appealing for information and witnesses following a robbery on Thursday February 3, in New Tredegar.
A scheme to designate Oakdale village as a conservation area has begun public consultation.
Residents are being asked for their views on the proposal by Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Four men have been charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm following an attack which left a 32-year-old man critically ill in hospital.
Senior councillors from Caerphilly County Borough Council will meet with trustees from Caerphilly Workmen’s Hall this week to discuss options for how the building could be regenerated.
An annual national campaign targeting scam letters has been launched this month.
Residents are being urged to keep an eye out for scam letters falling through their letterbox as part of the “Scamnesty” camapaign.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has welcomed the publication of a report into its services by the Wales Audit Office.
Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, has written to his Liberal Democrat General Election opponent to join Labour.
Bargoed band 4th Street Traffic as released a cover version of Sterophonics track ‘As long as we beat the English’ ahead of Friday’s Six Nations clash with the old enemy.
Work is finally due to begin on a £5.6m restoration of Newbridge Memorial Hall and Institute.
There had been cash flow problems with the project but Caerphilly County Borough Council has agreed to pay invoices upfront on behalf of the project so that building can start.
Wales assistant coach Rob Howley has predicted his side’s meeting with England in the RBS 6 Nations opener at the Millennium Stadium on Friday night will be “a battle of inches not yards.”
Howley is in charge of a back line which sees Scarlets wing Morgan Stoddart return to international duty for the first time since the Autumn of 2008 and finds a place for Osprey James Hook at full back with his regional colleague Lee Byrne on the bench.
Gwent Police is appealing for information, or witnesses to come forward, after a horde of jewellery worth tens of thousands of pounds was stolen from an Argos store.