Caerphilly’s local Conservative Association has chosen its Parliamentary candidate for this year’s General Election. Maria Caulfield is a Tory councillor from Brighton and Hove and has been elected to fight for the…
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The Scarlets ended Newport Gwent Dragons’s unbeaten run at Rodney Parade this season in the Magners League with a 9-14 victory built around a heroic defensive display.
Almost 450 people have signed an online petition to save Caerphilly town police station from closure and Lindsay Whittle, leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council, is urging more people to sign up.
Councillor Whittle, who is also Plaid’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Caerphilly, said: “I’m pleased at the response of the public to the online petition and I would urge as many people as possible to sign up and send a message out that Caerphilly station must not be shut.
“The more support we can gather the greater the possibility of saving Caerphilly Police Station.”
Ex-councillor Leonard Lewis, from Nelson, is to be made an MBE in the New Year Honours List. Mr Lewis, 83, will be given the honour for more than 30 years service through…
WRU chief executive ROGER LEWIS relects on 2009 – a year which he describes ‘as a remarkable year for Welsh rugby.’
Adam Jones is in a hurry to make an impact for Wales in the Six Nations.
Ex-All Black flanker Marty Holah will be offered a new one-year deal by the Ospreys this week.
Shane Williams will hand Wales the perfect festive present with a New Year return.