Archive for March, 2012
There’s been a lot of noise surrounding the first “Google Juice Bar” event in Cardiff this week through which Google says it wants to help Welsh businesses improve their online presence.
Hope for Croespenmaen’s Remploy site from Brace’s
Brace’s, Wales’ largest independent bakery, has opened discussions to try and purchase Remploy’s factory at Croespenmaen.
Pupils from Pontllanfraith Comprehensive School have been showing off their entrepreneurial skills, by selling their eco-friendly merchandise at Caerphilly County Borough Council’s headquarters.
UK Government plans to close Remploy’s Croespenmaen factory, along with six others across Wales, have drawn sharp criticism from politicians.
Teachers from Denmark, Germany, Sweden and Guadeloupe recently visited Cwmfelinfach Primary School as part of an European environmental programme.
Two Caerphilly County Borough primary schools have been awarded £100 worth of sporting equipment, thanks to the creativity of their pupils.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
A National Assembly for Wales Committee is looking for opinions and ideas from people on the future of the Welsh Premier League.
A 28% fall in antisocial behaviour in the Rhymney area has been attributed by Gwent Police to high visibility patrols and targeted work.
Business confidence in Wales has slumped to its lowest level for almost three years, according to the Institute of Chartered Accounts for England and Wales (ICAEW).
The A472 in Ystrad Mynach, outside the Dance Centre, has reopened to two-way traffic after the completion of road works.
Homelessness charity Shelter Cymru has said entries for its junior golf championship have been flooding in.
The championship is open to young golfers across Wales who are members of a golf club and have obtained a handicap.