Archive for March, 2012
Thieves caused commuter chaos on the Rhymney Valley line on Tuesday morning after they stole railway cabling.
Caerphilly County Borough Council and Bridgend County Borough Council have developed a new eco award scheme for youth groups.
A Nelson man has been prosecuted and ordered to pay £200 for dropping litter.
Police in Blackwood are appealing for information on graffiti that has been left on walls and buildings around the town.
Children from Cwrt Rawlin Primary School in Caerphilly have been learning about the environment in special workshops organised by utility company Welsh Water.
Six Caerphilly County Borough schools have been commended for their work in PE this year.
Officers in Rhymney are appealing for information following a shed being broken into on Carno Street on the afternoon of Friday March 16.
Valley Lines operator Arriva Trains Wales is warning passengers to buy a ticket before getting on its train or risk a £1,000 fine.
More than 8,000 fans welcomed Warren Gatland’s Grand Slam heroes at a special reception in the Senedd on Monday evening.
Thousands of apprenticeships and training places for youngsters in Caerphilly County Borough could be created, according to a senior Plaid Cymru councillor.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is to introduce a dog ban in children’s playgrounds.
Police in Caerphilly are appealing for information after a White Range Rover Sport Estate was stolen from an address in Rudry at 5.15am on Monday March 12.