Archive for 2012
Users of Social Services are to be placed at the heart of a new system in Wales, the Deputy Minister for Social Services and Children has announced.
Incumbent chair of Gwent Police Authority Cilla Davies has been re-elected to the post.
Mrs Davies was re-elected unopposed at at Gwent Police Authority’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday June 28.
Complaints about second-hand cars account for more than one in ten calls to Trading Standards in Caerphilly County Borough.
Police are appealing for information after an off-road motorcycle was stolen from an address in Brynhyfryd, Penpedairheol.
It was stolen at approximately 7pm on Thursday May 31.
Parents in Wales who allow their children to skip school could be fined up to £120, under new Welsh Government plans.
The Welsh Blood Service is coming soon to a venue near you.
Please see listed below details of forthcoming blood donation sessions in your area.
Pupils from Cefn Fforest Primary School are ending their year on a sporting high after success in several competitions.
The new factory of a company that specialises in making luxury beds has been officially opened by First Minister Carwyn Jones.
Police are warning people to be extra vigilant against distraction thefts after two further attempts to steal jewellery were reported in Newport.
Caerphilly businesses are being urged to enter the 2012 Canmol: Wales Marketing Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Caerphilly County Borough firms taking on young workers are to be offered wage subsidies by the UK Government earlier than previously announced, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has launched an appeal for the first Welsh National Mining Memorial at the site of the worst mining disaster in British history.