Archive for 2011
The latest recycling figures show that Caerphilly County Borough Council is once again the best performing local authority in South Wales.
Almost one in ten of all jobs in Caerphilly County Borough is reliant on the hospitality industry, which is worth £52m a year to the local economy – according to a new report.
Welsh rugby fans are once again being urged to cheer on the national team at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is the only local authority in Wales not to introduce compulsory staff redundancies over the last three financial years.
South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle is one of three Members behind moves to ban the smacking of children in Wales.
Motorists in Bedwas are being urged by police to take extra care with security after a recent increase in vehicles being broken into or damaged.
Officials from Newport and Caerphilly came together last week to re-open a historic bridge which links the two areas.
Principality Welsh Premiership, Saturday October 15 2011.
A last kick of the game penalty by Bedwas outside half Richard Powell clinched victory for the home side in what at times was an uninspiring encounter.
Details of how Caerphilly town centre traders can apply for compensation for loss of business during the ongoing roadworks have been published.
• Defending champion beats Tony Bellew in grudge match
• Paddy O’Brien says Sam Warburton red ‘absolutely correct’