Posted on 5:11pm Friday 27th November 2015
A MAN was taken to hospital after a car smash in Caerphilly Borough on Thursday, November 26.
Posted on 9:00am Thursday 26th November 2015
WELSH Water said damage caused by a contractor is still affecting drinking water supplies to customers in Abercarn, Crosskeys and Ynysddu today.
Posted on 8:00am Wednesday 25th November 2015
A CAMPAIGN in memory of a Blackwood mother-of-two who died suddenly from a blood clot has now reached more than £2,000 in just 15 days.
Posted on 9:33pm Tuesday 24th November 2015
A FACTORY that will safeguard 140 jobs has started construction today in Oakdale.
Posted on 10:58am Tuesday 24th November 2015
A SHAKE-UP of local government in Wales which would see Gwent's local authorities disappear, would bring savings of "up to £650m over ten years" the Welsh Government today claimed.
Posted on 9:24am Tuesday 24th November 2015
SCRAPPING the contentious Wales Bill would be “a massive missed opportunity”, the Welsh Secretary has said.
Posted on 7:00am Monday 23rd November 2015
THE number of children arrested by Gwent Police has fallen for the fourth consecutive year according to figures published by a penal reform charity.
Posted on 6:30am Monday 23rd November 2015
CAERPHILLY parents who campaigned for every Gwent school to be fitted with a heart defibrillator following a heartbreaking personal tragedy are now targeting primary schools in “chapter two” of their appeal.
Posted on 12:26pm Wednesday 18th November 2015
A CAERPHILLY family who campaigned for every Gwent school to be fitted with a heart defibrillator following a heartbreaking personal tragedy are now targeting primary schools in “chapter two” of their appeal.
Posted on 12:22pm Wednesday 18th November 2015
A PARAMEDIC from Caerphilly was demoted after patients and their families complained about his bad manners on 999 calls.
Posted on 12:32pm Wednesday 18th November 2015
READ about the campaign to get defibrillators into every primary school in Gwent, a family's 'devastation' after their son dies in car crash, and a paramedic demoted after complaints about his bad manners
Posted on 8:49am Tuesday 17th November 2015
Legal preparations for the inquests of the 30 Britons who were killed in June's Tunisia beach terror attack are to begin.
Posted on 8:46am Tuesday 17th November 2015
SHOPPERS in Caerphilly are being urged to sign up to a special festive voucher booklet featuring more than 100 in-store discounts and offers
Posted on 12:45pm Tuesday 17th November 2015
A 'DISADVANTAGED' Blackwood woman who succeeded against the odds has been recognised by being nominated for Royal awards.
Posted on 11:48am Tuesday 17th November 2015
CAERPHILLY council has spent £150,000 on road sweeper machines that will cover every village within the borough.
Posted on 10:53am Monday 16th November 2015
DRIVERS have been warned of an overhanging branch on the A468 at Rhiwderin which is causing some motorists to swerve around it into the opposite carriageway.
Posted on 12:48pm Monday 16th November 2015
A GENEROUS businessman has saved Caerphilly’s Christmas lights big switch-on this weekend.
Posted on 4:25pm Monday 16th November 2015
A BLACKWOOD family are appealing for information on a man who "comforted" their elderly relative during a car smash in Oakdale last week.
Posted on 3:58pm Monday 16th November 2015
A CAERPHILLY man has been jailed after he stole £200 worth of beef and protein shakes from a supermarket, before causing £1,500 in damage in an alcohol-fuelled rampage.
Posted on 2:47pm Monday 16th November 2015
THE GOOGLE Digital Garage arrived in Wales for the first time last week to help Caerphilly SMEs and start-ups learn crucial skills for the digital age.
Posted on 4:37pm Monday 16th November 2015
GWENT police are warning Caerphilly residents to keep a close eye on their property after a spike in thefts in the past four weeks.
Posted on 3:08pm Monday 16th November 2015
CAERPHILLY traffic campaigners met with Gwent police last week to combat speeding traffic in their village.
Posted on 12:33pm Monday 16th November 2015
FAMILIES will walk a mile to raise awareness of domestic violence this month.
Posted on 12:23pm Monday 16th November 2015
MUSIC industry directors met with Blackwood head teachers and councillors last week to propose “the biggest children’s literature festival in the Welsh Valleys.”
Posted on 4:08pm Monday 16th November 2015
A CAERPHILLY choir have returned from their European tour, after performing at dates in Slovakia and Austria.
Posted on 2:49pm Monday 16th November 2015
TRADE retailer Screwfix has officially opened its first store in Blackwood.
Posted on 2:35pm Monday 16th November 2015
RISCA fell silent to mark Armistice Day, and remember the members of the armed forces who were killed during The First World War.
Posted on 12:45pm Monday 16th November 2015
A 62-YEAR-OLD woman died from carbon monoxide poisoning, an inquest has heard.
Posted on 7:24pm Sunday 15th November 2015
CAERPHILLY Castle has been lit up in solidarity with France following the attacks in Paris on Friday.
Posted on 12:17pm Friday 13th November 2015
A RUDE paramedic was demoted after patients and their families complained about his bad manners on 999 calls.
Posted on 3:54pm Friday 13th November 2015
THE FAMILY of a Caerphilly teenager who died in a car crash have said they are 'heart broken'.
Posted on 7:25pm Wednesday 11th November 2015
THREE men dressed in black were disturbed during a mountain bike theft, police said.
Posted on 6:58pm Wednesday 11th November 2015
AN elderly driver was taken to hospital after his car hit a lamppost and overturned yesterday morning.
Posted on 2:01pm Wednesday 11th November 2015
GWENT Police are appealing for information following reports of an assault on a woman in Caerphilly town centre on Monday evening.
Posted on 12:41pm Monday 9th November 2015
THE children of Tunisia terrorist victim Trudy Jones have released an emotional video tribute after the much-loved mother was posthumously honoured at an awards ceremony.
Posted on 8:19am Monday 9th November 2015
A FRUIT and veg seller who sold packs of counterfeit cigarettes in pubs has appeared in court was spared jail.
Posted on 11:38am Friday 6th November 2015
AN army officer in charge of regimental discipline ordered Caerphilly soldier Gavin Williams to be brought to him "hot and sweaty", an inquest has heard.