Archive for March, 2012
Principality Welsh Premiership, Friday March 9 2012.
A committed performance earnt Bedwas a losing bonus point their efforts deserved.
Eight people from Caerphilly County Borough have been arrested on suspicion of motor insurance fraud as part of an operation by Gwent Police, South Wales and the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).
Wales are still on course for the grand slam after seeing off Italy but their big test against France awaits
The latest ‘No Cold Calling Zone’ in Caerphilly County Borough has been launched at a New Tredegar sheltered housing complex.
Consumer Focus Wales has announced the appointment of a new senior director.
Rhys Evans, the consumer watchdog’s current deputy senior director, will take up his new post on April 1 succeeding Maria Battle, who is to take up a new post as chair of the Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board.
The Welsh Government has welcomed the response to a public consultation on organ donation reform, although there is still confusion about the plans.
A delegation led by Caerphilly Borough Council Mayor Vera Jenkins and deputy leader Colin Mann has visited Serbia as part of an initiative to handover surplus fire engines from South Wales.
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has announced plans to give £10,000 for every Band 4 and 5 secondary school in Wales.
Supermarket firm Morrisons has confirmed its interest in opening a store in Blackwood – which could create up to 300 new jobs.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has welcomed the challenge of managing its stock of social housing after tenants voted to stay with the local authority.
More people in Bargoed are borrowing books since the opening of the town’s new library at Hanbury Chapel.
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.