Thirty million pounds of Welsh Government money is being put into new programmes to help Welsh organisations develop new products and services.
School absence figures have risen since pandemic
Wales’ education minister, Jeremy Miles, has called for a “national effort” to tackle falling school attendance figures.
Notice of application for a premises licence: Penallta Road, Ystrad Mynach
Notice is given that I Awat Khazri have applied for a premises licence in respect of Pizza Bites of 2B Penallta Road, Ystrad Mynach, CF82 7AP.
Notice of application for a premises licence: James Street, New Tredegar
Notice is given that I Dilmaj Singh have applied for a premises licence in respect of the Village Mini Mart’s Pinner of 10 James Street, New Tredegar.
League winners Aberbargoed Buds appoint new manager
The Buds were led to victory in the Gwent Premier Division by Matthew Driscoll who left in May – but have now appointed a new manager.
Green energy projects to be discussed at public meeting
Proposed green energy projects in the Nelson area are to be discussed at a public meeting next week.
Police want to speak to this man as part of drug supply investigation
Police would like to speak with Niall Wilding, from Rhymney, who they say could have details to help with the investigation.
Caerphilly firm’s incontinence campaign up for national award
Caerphilly-based PHS Group is up for a national award for its work raising awareness of male incontinence.
Wales’ biggest all-girls club celebrates “remarkable season”
Caerphilly Dragons Girls FC have capped a brilliant season by announcing 20 of their players have been selected to play for Caerphilly and District Schools Football.
Feedback wanted on Bargoed’s first ever May Fair
The council is asking people who attended the Bargoed May Fair to provide feedback – with a £50 voucher up for grabs.