Archive for 2012
Update: Police investigate second arson attack in Rhymney
Christmas is the time of year when families come together. It is a time to relax and enjoy being with those who matter to you.
Wales hooker Huw Bennett is relishing life back with his international teammates, even though it means putting himself through the pain barrier at their gruelling pre-2012 RBS Six Nations training camp in Gdansk Poland.
A £1,000 reward is being offered for information to find a missing husky dog which may have been shot at.
The sinking of the Titanic was a disaster that made headlines around the world, but not many people know one of the first people to receive the ship’s SOS call was in Pontllanfraith.
An advice service which helps youngsters having problems with drink and drugs is looking for a new name.
Libraries are usually the place to be quiet, but for one reading group it was the perfect setting for a singsong book review.
The number of police officers in Gwent has fallen by 31 in one year, new figures reveal.
Gwent Police, as of September 2011, has 1,477 officers, compared to 1,508 in September 2010.
Caerphilly’s new breastfeeding support group ‘Full Circle’ has received a grant of £150 from Caerphilly Town Council.
Jessica Starr, one of the mothers who set up the group said: “We are so pleased that the town council have awarded us this funding.
Police, trading standards and community safety wardens have begun a campaign to reduce alcohol related crime and disorder in town centres during the Six Nations.
Councillors are set to agree plans to fund a £5million cinema and retail development in Bargoed town centre.
Bank heads for political storm with award of 3.6m shares to chief executive despite widespread opposition