Former Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner Ian Johnston has died at the age of 70.
Second application to expand greyhound racing stadium refused
A second planning application to extend Wales’ only greyhound stadium has been refused, but its manager has insisted “this is not the end”.
Training firm teams up with Sky to create apprenticeship opportunities
Tredomen-based education and training firm Educ8 has teamed up with Sky, which employs more than 700 people in Cardiff.
Free sparkly gifts hidden by resident in kindness bid
People are finding bows hidden in Bargoed following one resident’s attempt to spread cheer on Random Acts of Kindness Day.
Ribbon cut as Sight Cymru opens charity shop doors in Blackwood
Sight Cymru has officially opened its charity shop on Blackwood High Street after the ribbon was cut by the High Sheriff and the mayor.
Terrified dog lucky to avoid injury after being ‘deliberately dumped’ from van
The blue sable Shar Pei dog was left near the IG Doors premises in Lon Gellideg, Oakdale, at around 11.30am on Saturday February 18.
New sport floodlights for Bedwas and Ystrad Mynach
Bedwas Leisure Centre and Ystrad Mynach’s Centre for Sporting Excellence are due to get their floodlights upgraded thanks to funding from Sport Wales.
What do residents think about potential council tax increase?
Caerphilly County Borough Council is proposing to raise council tax by 7.9% as part of its budget for 2023/24. Here’s what residents think.
Bedwas stage comeback to secure third consecutive league win
Bedwas produced one of their best performances of the season as they staged a comeback win away to Narberth.
How important is tax in financial planning?
Sherald Waterhouse-Trew, Principal of SWT Wealth Management talks about the importance of tax in financial planning..