During a special council meeting on October 14, it was revealed the council has more than £180m in useable reserves.
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Climate change to influence future developments in Wales
New planning rules preventing future developments in areas at risk of flooding due to climate change are set to come into force in Wales.
Reconstruction work begins at farm park after flood damage
Reconstruction of Cefn Mably Farm Park’s main building has begun after it was severely damaged by floods last year.
Choir finds its voice once again after pandemic disruption
In 2019, Aber Valley Male Voice Choir marked its 60th anniversary – but the coronavirus pandemic soon stopped the choir in its tracks.
‘Community stars’ recognised in virtual award ceremony
A host of ‘community stars’ have been recognised in a virtual award ceremony held to celebrate the efforts of people in Bedwas, Trethomas, Machen and Graig y Rhacca throughout 2020.
Gerald Jones MP: “Spare a thought for those who will be working through the holidays”
In his latest blog for Caerphilly Observer, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney MP Gerald Jones discusses Christmas, self-isolation payments, Fochriw Post Office and more.
“Show us the evidence”: Pubs and suppliers react to latest coronavirus restrictions
Members of Caerphilly’s hospitality industry have called on Welsh Government to show them the evidence that supports banning alcohol at venues across Wales.
“Christmas is not cancelled” – residents come together to spread festive joy
Operation Santa 2020 aims to give every child in Bedwas, Trethomas, Machen, Graig y Rhacca and Waterloo a Christmas ‘goody bag’.
Plaid leader says he’s “convinced” Wales will become independent by 2030
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price visited Ystrad Mynach and Caerphilly town centre on Thursday.
Hefin David MS: “Although the virus has not gone away, we are seeing some welcome returns to normality”
In his latest blog for Caerphilly Observer, Caerphilly MS Hefin David talks about returning to normality, childcare, flooding support and more.