Archive for February, 2012
Chris Coleman, the Wales manager, is determined his side will do justice to their late manager against Costa Rica
Caerphilly Castle will throw its doors open for free on March 1 in celebration of St David’s Day.
Pupils from Lewis Girls’ School and Lewis School Pengam have been recognised for not skipping a day of school in the last five years.
An elderly woman was the victim of a distraction theft when two robbers stole her necklace in Caerphilly town centre.
The Welsh Government has launched a consultation on how concerns and complaints about social services in Wales are dealt with.
Three pubs in Caerphilly County Borough have been caught selling alcohol to a 14-year-old in a sting operation by Trading Standards.
The Conservative Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillan has come under fire for snubbing Caerphilly Castle on a drive to boost tourism in Wales.
The total income from farming rose by 31% to £209.5 million in 2011, statistics released by the Welsh Government show.
Financial services is not usually known for its “fun” image, but a Caerphilly firm has decided to swap its pie charts for polyester in a stunt to celebrate 40 years in business.
With the 2012 London Olympics only months away, more than 150 youngsters in Caerphilly County Borough have been recruited as Ambassadors to promote sport in their area.
Patients are being urged not to go to Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr by the Aneurin Bevan Health Board, if they can be seen by their GP.
Volunteers are being sought to become new local health champions for Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Community Health Champions will help people to understand the barrage of official health information, access services and tackle health issues affecting their local community.