Archive for 2012
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Police officers seized about 20 cannabis plants during a drugs raid in Penyrheol.
Ten officers uncovered the cannabis farm when they executed a warrant at an address in Heol Aneurin following calls from concerned members of the public.
Caerphilly Castle is hosting a three day arts festival as part of the Cultural Olympiad.
Awen, a three-day arts festival celebrating the “poetic inspiration” of Caerphilly, has its final day today (Friday July 13) from 6.30pm to 9pm.
Trinity Fields School in Ystrad Mynach held a special assembly recently to present Velindre Cancer Care Centre with a cheque for £900.
Ystrad Mynach College has been awarded a gold award in a healthy workplaces scheme backed by the Welsh Government.
In his regular column for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly Business Forum’s chair Tony Sheehan looks ahead to the forum’s upcoming speed networking event.
Welsh supermarkets report reductions of up to 96% in the use of single-use bags since the charge was introduced last year
Steve Barber and John Taylor, both from York, died when ice fell on a group of climbers above French alpine town of Chamonix
Gwent Police have again warned people to be on their guard against distraction thefts taking place on the streets, after a recent spate.
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A Caerphilly fundraising group, who has been together for 26 years, has raised £400,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Environment Agency Wales is warning people to be vigilant for localised flooding as further heavy rainfall is forecast across Wales.
Labour’s Caerphilly MP Wayne David has called on the UK Government to work with his party over reform of the House of Lords.