Archive for 2012
More than £600 has been raised in the first step of a Wales-wide charity fundraising drive to raise £1 million.
Young women from across Caerphilly County Borough have taken part in a Netball tournament to raise awareness about cervical cancer and sexual health.
Gwent Police is appealing to residents to identify these pocket watches and coins after they were found in a field in Blackwood.
Bird lovers can once again keep a 24-hour watch over a nest of rare Goshawks at Cwmcarn Forest.
Allotment enthusiasts in Rhymney are hoping to beat the thieves with new security marking kits.
The Rhymney Valley Allotments Federation has issued SmartWater kits to all its members after a rise in thefts and acts of vandalism.
Caerphilly County Borough has a host of entertainment and events for you this Easter weekend.
Have a good time on Good Friday at a free ‘Farm Open Day’.
Pupils from Blackwood Comprehensive School have been showing off their entrepreneurial skills, by selling a mobile phone accessory they invented.
A council-run award scheme which recognises environmental improvements across Caerphilly County Borough has secured a sponsor.
SEDA, a major international packaging company with a base near Blackwood, has agreed to be a key sponsor for this year’s ‘Pride in Your Place’ awards.
Cross Keys RFC are preparing for one of the biggest games in their history when they take on Cornish Pirates in the British & Irish Cup semi-final at Pandy Park on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).
Argoed residents are being given an historic chance to choose three local champions to immortalise in steel as part of a project from charity Sustrans.
An early morning fire at the Top Ten Bingo hall in Ystrad Mynach was deliberate, say Gwent Police.
One of the challenges facing government at all levels is to rekindle economies at a local level.
Across the UK there are regions where businesses are thriving and employment levels are relatively good while in others economic activity is desperately low.