Archive for 2011
• Scotland 6-24 Wales
Gwent Police has been formally criticised by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after it accidentally emailed the details of 10,000 CRB checks to a journalist.
Scotland are in a sunnier mood on the eve of their meeting with Wales at Murrayfield this weekend
Renewed calls have been made for the M4 relief road to be built after a fire in the Brynglas Tunnels closed the motorway for three hours this morning.
A dilapidated allotment building has been given an eco-makeover thanks to a “living roof”.
While clearing an area of wasteland ready for new allotment plots in Bargoed, council workers came across a the rundown building among the overgrowth.
A Welsh Euro MP has written to the UK coalition Government urging it to reconsider staff redundancies at several Remploy factories.
A team of council workers who help vulnerable residents by arranging support has won a national award for its work.
The old Woolworths building in Bargoed is to be re-opened by The Original Factory Shop.
The national retailer has signed a lease for the building which is currently being re-fitted.
Plans to stop antisocial behaviour in Blackwood by ‘gating off’ a lane have moved forward.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s cabinet has agreed to support the proposed ‘gating order’ for the lane at the rear of numbers 37 to 73 Chartist Way, Blackwood.
Six people confirmed killed after commuter plane from Belfast crashes on third attempt to land in fog
Peer who has quit Lib Dem front bench says banks have negotiated ‘soft deal’ that does not match commitment laid out in coalition agreement
Shares in group behind Johnnie Walker and Blossom Hill fall as first-half results disappoint City