Archive for 2012
Update: Friday March 2, 4.29pm
Legionella bacteria has been found in the water supply at a school in Fleur-de-Lys.
The sun came out and was shining on St David’s Day across Caerphilly County Borough yesterday as hundreds of people and school pupils gathered for four lunchtime concerts.
Two men are wanted in connection with an assault on a train station staff member.
British Transport Police is appealing for the public’s help in identifying the two men they would like to speak to after a member of staff at Cardiff Queen Street rail station was assaulted.
Work has begun demolishing Caerphilly town’s old Post Office to make way for a new library and council contact centre.
Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with a spate of aerial cable theft from people’s homes.
Gwent Police is appealing for information after a burglary in Crosskeys on Wednesday February 29.
Burglars forced their way into a house in Risca Road, Crosskeys, sometime between 10.20am and 7pm.
Plans for a memorial in honour of the victims of the Senghenydd Universal Colliery disaster have been boosted with a £46,000 grant from Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Pupils from Pontllanfraith Comprensive School have been taking action to stamp out bullying in a bid to help other youngsters.
A plans to transform on old boxing gym into a gymnastics venue has been backed by Islwyn’s AM and MP.
Hairdressing students at Coleg Gwent’s Crosskeys campus recently showed off their talents with an exhibition of work.
More than 40 students pampered, preened and polished their models for the campus’ annual competition.
British Transport Police officers are investigating a racially aggravated assault and theft at Cardiff Central train station.
They are appealing for the public’s help in identifying two people they would like to speak to about the incident.
Builders are to move into the former site of St Ilan Comprehensive to begin work on transforming it into a new Welsh-medium school.