Archive for 2011
South Wales homelessness charity Llamau has been handed a £1,000 Christmas donation by a Blackwood firm.
Ystrad Mynach train station is to have a new footbridge and a lift to improve access for passengers.
A three-year-old Caerphilly girl who suffers from autism has had an early Christmas present in the form of a special trike.
More than 3,000 visitors flocked to Bargoed on the weekend to sample the delights on offer at the town’s Christmas Market.
Kind-hearted Caerphilly County Borough residents have donated 3,500 presents to needy children as part of this year’s Operation Santa charity appeal.
One of the things I really enjoy about the run up to Christmas is my Christmas card competition.
Stuart Hoare tells Leveson inquiry his brother Sean, a former News of the World journalist, regularly talked about hacking
HMV talked of the ‘uncertainties which may cast significant doubt on the group’s ability to continue as a going concern in the future’
Deputy prime minister tells RBS and Lloyds of tough stance as government pushes ahead with ringfence reforms
Report comes down against water cannon and plastic bullets, saying such measures would have been dangerous during riots
Principality Welsh Premiership, Saturday December 17 2011.
Bedwas ran in six tries in difficult conditions at a cold Bridge Field to pile on the misery for winless Tonmawr who have now gone 14 games without a win.
Cefn Fforest Leisure Centre has re-opened today after a refit to help extend its life.
The centre has undergone structural works, electrical re-wiring, new ceilings and lights, new doors and a good old lick of paint.