Archive for 2012
Labour leader Ed Miliband has made a local election campaign visit to Bedwas.
Mr Miliband enjoyed Welsh Cakes and tea with members of Bedwas OAP Association and grassroot Labour activists.
An overweight Caerphilly woman lost more than nine stone after embarking on a strict diet over fears she wouldn’t see her children grow up.
Concern is growing for a missing pensioner who disappeared almost a fortnight ago from his home in Abertridwr.
BBC Wales has announced that Proms in the Park 2012 will be returning to Caerphilly town this year, after the 2011 event was washed out by the rain.
The Welsh Rugby Union has appointed Rob Howley as Caretaker Head Coach of Wales for the forthcoming summer internationals against the Barbarians and Australia.
A convicted murderer released from prison on licence called his support worker to say he had killed his neighbour, a court was told.
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A funeral company has picked up its second prestigious business award in six months.
Caerphilly Funeral Services, based in at Crossways, Caerphilly, has been awarded the title of Regional Funeral Planner of the Year 2012 from funeral plan provider Golden Charter.
Residents in Caerphilly County Borough have until 5pm on Wednesday April 25 to register for a proxy vote in May’s local election.
Plaid Cymru councillors are campaigning for a new train station for Crumlin.
Councillors Keith Lloyd and Vera Jenkins have had backing for their campaign from newly-elected Plaid leader Leanne Wood.
An exhibition detailing local radio ham Artie Moore receiving the Titanic’s SOS call has been inundated with visitors.
The Labour group in Caerphilly County Borough has pledged resources to tackle the problem of dog mess if they win control of the council on May 3.
In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news.