After a Senedd Committee called on clubs in Wales to vote in favour of reforms clubs including Caerphilly and Bargoed RFC signalled support.
GP surgery at risk after doctors hand back contract
There is doubt over whether a GP surgery in Rhymney will continue after doctors announced their decision to hand back their contracts.
“The valleys need stuff like this” – skateboarding academy ramps up opportunities for kids
Free skateboarding sessions for children are taking place in Aberbargoed and Bargoed this spring – with more around the borough.
Investigation into council worker who allegedly exposed himself in front of women
An investigation is underway after an allegation of indecent exposure was made against a council worker.
How does council tax in Caerphilly compare with the rest of Wales?
From April, council tax in Caerphilly County Borough will rise by 7.9%. But how does the rate of council tax in Caerphilly compare with other areas in Wales?
Consultation into community council boundary changes underway
Residents are being asked whether or not there should be any changes to their communities, and if so what changes should take place.
Van Gerwen swept away as Price wins third Premier League darts night in Newcastle
Gerwyn Price has won his third Premier League Darts night of the year after demolishing Michael van Gerwen in Newcastle on Thursday.
Trinity Fields expansion plans revealed – with rugby pitch saved
Plans for the expansion of Trinity Fields School have been revealed by the council and do not include the loss of an adjacent rugby pitch.
Three years since Wales entered its first Covid lockdown
To mark the anniversary of the first lockdown, a ‘Day of Reflection‘ is being marked by charity Marie Curie to remember those lost to the virus.
Welcome spaces to remain open throughout spring
More than £3 million has been spent by the council to help residents through the cost-of-living crisis in addition to the welcome spaces.