Archive for 2012
Labour has swept to power in Caerphilly County Borough after thrashing Plaid Cymru in the local election.
Party regains former strongholds of Newport and Swansea and claims impressive win in Cardiff at expense of Lib Dems
Gwent Police is re-appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of a missing 77-year-old man from Abertridwr.
DAYS (Drug and Alcohol Youth Support) has been unveiled as the new name for a young persons’ substance misuse service running in Caerphilly County Borough.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has launched a new campaign this month to encourage people to volunteer to help clean up their communities.
Good news is always welcome and I’ve just reported on a very positive year to the AGM of Caerphilly Business Forum.
A group of pupils from Pontllanfraith Comprehensive School have won a regional business award.
The Year 10 pupils received recognition at the Young Enterprise Awards, where they beat 13 other schools in the area to win in the ‘Environmental Awareness’ category.
A Caerphilly manufacturer of specialist medical mattresses has appointed a new managing director following strong growth.
Direct Healthcare Services, based on the town’s Western Industrial Estate, makes mattresses which helps prevent patients at high risk from developing pressure sores.
Gwent Police is appealing for information after two mountain bikes were stolen from the front garden of an address on Brynmynach Avenue, Ystrad Mynach.
A convicted murderer released from jail on licence has been handed a whole life sentence after he was found guilty of a second murder.
After a nail-biting four day tournament, the winners of the World Indoor Bowls Championships, hosted at the Islwyn Indoor Bowls Club have been announced.
Gwent Police has been cleared in an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into how it dealt with the disappearance of 64-year-old Leonard Hill.