In her latest blog for Caerphilly Observer, South Wales East MS Delyth Jewell talks about Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price’s visit to Caerphilly and more.
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Police chief constable reflects on first 12 months in job
Gwent Police chief constable Pam Kelly has reflected on her first 12 months in the role.
Gerald Jones MP: “As many as three million people in the UK are missing out on their income”
In his latest blog for Caerphilly Observer, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney MP Gerald Jones discusses furlough, flooding antisocial behaviour.
Gerald Jones MP: Local authorities “still facing significant repair costs” after February floods
In his latest blog for Caerphilly Observer, Merthyr and Rhymney MP Gerald Jones discusses flooding, statutory sick pay, water mains and more.
Council facing millions of pounds in lost income due to coronavirus
The council is estimating additional costs of £4.5 million for the first quarter of the financial year, with income loss predicted at £3.2 million.
Council given £1.8m for road improvement schemes
Caerphilly County Borough Council has been allocated £1.8 million in transport grants from the Resilient Roads Fund, which will support 18 schemes across Wales.
Flower display still goes ahead despite pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped Caerphilly town centre from being decorated with flowers once again this summer.
Work to build new business units to begin in the summer
The new units will offer a combined 1,300 square metres of floor space and could potentially accommodate up to 16 businesses.
Welsh Assembly beat French parliament in charity rugby match
The Welsh Assembly outscored their opponents by five tries to one at Virginia Park.
Community council will not raise its portion of council tax
The council has said it is seeking better value for residents by looking for outside funding for projects.