This year’s Caerphilly Flower Festival was a huge success and the churches and local groups that helped make it so have been rewarded for their support.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has applied for £6million of funding from the Welsh Assembly Government so that it can redevelop the top of Caerphilly town centre.
The Oakdale and Penmaen Community Partnership has been presented a prestigious award for developing an impressive green space in the heart of their community.
A nuisance neighbour has been evicted from her home and banned from a housing estate because of her behaviour.
An historic photograph of King George V taken during his visit to Caerphilly in 1912 has been presented to Caerphilly County Borough Council.
A motor trader has been fined almost £2,000 after selling a car that had been written off by an insurance company.
The countdown has begun to this year’s Big Balloon weekend in Blackwood.
The annual extravaganza is expected to once again attract the crowds.
A 27-year-old Hengoed man has been killed after the van he was driving was in a crash with an articulated car transporter lorry.
A motorist who knocked down and killed a cyclist on Caerphilly Mountain has been spared jail after the victim’s family asked the judge to show compassion.
Youngsters have been battling for glory on the pitch at a recent football tournament.
Teams from Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taff took part in the Kickjam 2009 five-a-side competition at Ystrad Mynach.