Archive for March, 2012
A group of students from Ystrad Mynach College have headed to Africa to help teach children English.
Eight teenagers flew to Lesotho on Sunday to spend two weeks at a junior school where they will help under-privileged youngsters develop their English language skills.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.
Thieves caused commuter chaos on the Rhymney Valley line on Tuesday morning after they stole railway cabling.
Three-hundred metres of cabling was stolen from track near Gilfach Fargoed train station causing signal failure.
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.
Adrian Pitt, of Maes-yr-Onen, was taken to court by Caerphilly County Borough Council after failing to pay a Fixed Penalty Notice fine.
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.
Queen attends ceremony in Westminster Hall to unveil window by British artist John Reyntiens
Graham Mitchell acquitted of attempted murder 17 years ago, but Portuguese authorities want to extradite him for a retrial
High court rules Lucy Wright, arrested in 2007 for alleged drug trafficking, may be subjected to ‘inhuman’ prison conditions
Mandatory work activity placements imposed on those who did not complete voluntary work experience, jobseekers claim
One person seriously injured after blast causes fire in basement of south London station