A woman has been handed a record fine of £420 for letting her dog mess on the pavement and then failing to pick it up.
A great grandmother got more than her usual cut and blow-dry from the hairdressers when she found out she had won a hair-raising £118,406 on the lottery.
A Caerphilly photographer who specialises in ‘light graffiti’ is the brains behind a new national TV advertising campaign.
A summer play scheme for kids in Bedwas has been labelled a success.
The summer scheme has attracted high numbers of children from the area as well as Phillipstown, Lansbury Park and Graig Y Rhacca.
Young offenders are to be taught the impact violent crime has on victims this week.
Offenders from across Caerphilly county borough will be taking part in the Aggrav8 programme, an initiative targeted at young offenders and those at risk of offending who have been associated with violent crime.
Police are hunting a suspected gunman after he was spotted riding on a motorbike by a fellow motorist.
Three cars were torched in an arson attack during the early hours of Saturday August 8 in Bargoed.
Police are appealing for information after 1,500 litres of diesel was stolen from an Esso in Hafodyrynys Road, Hafodyrynys.
Youngsters have become hooked on fishing as part of a scheme to keep them out of trouble.
Youth workers from Caerphilly County Borough Council have been working with ten teenagers on the ‘Inclusion with Angling’ scheme.
Council leader Lindsay Whittle has called for a better relationship with Welsh Assembly ministers.
The Plaid Cymru councillor wants the Assembly to hold a joint cabinet meeting with council leaders in Caerphilly.