Archive for 2011
“Worrying trend” sees boys getting fewer top grades – though they have beaten girls at maths
Caerphilly County Borough Council has urged residents to look for the Trustmark logo when hiring tradesmen to avoid potentially being ripped-off.
More than 600 former miners in Wales died before receiving compensation for a condition caused by working in the coal industry, according to figures released by the UK government.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is warning motorists of the closure of St Cenydd Road, in Trecenydd, from Thursday August 25.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to help trace a missing Caerphilly woman.
Jeanette Bishop, 63, was last seen at her home on Tuesday August 23, at about 7.20am.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Second known port of Roman Britain unearthed during archaeological dig near fortress of Caerleon
A youth worker from Ynysddu has been honoured for dedicating 27 years to the youth club he founded.
Santander study reveals over a third of prospective homebuyers would pay extra for house in catchment area of a good school
Plans to step up community penalties as an alternative to prison could include the possibility of hard manual labour
Select committee report critical of Payments Council’s proposal to abolish cheques and wants return of cheque guarantee cards
Welsh health board plans two year project to transfer paper records to central electronic system