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Three new posts have been created by an expanding Rhondda pet shop to offer training to disabled and disadvantaged young people.
We're just one day away from the start of the Big Cheese Festival, so if you're thinking of going along here's a reminder of the essential information you'll need for a fun-filled weekend: It's on from tomorrow, Friday July 25 to Sunday July 27. On the Friday the fun starts from 3pm and runs through to 10pm.
Vancouver-headquartered Appnovation Technologies is one of Canada's fastest growing companies and is investing A 2.6m in the new facility in Caerphilly's Innovation Centre for Enterprise Vancouver-headquartered Appnovation Technologies is one of Canada's fastest growing companies and is investing A 2.6m in the new facility in Caerphilly's ... (more)
Leisure centres, public toilets and bowling greens are just some Rhymney Valley amenities that could be axed in a raft budget cuts.
THOUSANDS of council homes across Caerphilly county borough will be transformed through a multi-million pound link-up with a leading construction services firm.
Report from the Communities, Equality and Local Government committee says libraries should look to share facilities with other authority services Responsibility for managing libraries in Wales is likely to increasingly fall on communities as English-style cuts to council budgets bite, an Assembly committee has warned.
YOUNGSTERS from Gwent have helped their school win a share of A 1,000 from the Police and Crime Commissioner's Office as part of a substance abuse awareness poster competition.
The man and his former wife were convicted of sexual and physical assaults on children in the Merthyr Tydfil and Caerphilly areas but cleared of rape.
In his new TV series Wales on a Bus Pass, Chris Segar stops off in Treorchy. Local girl Kathryn Williams has a few pointers on what to see next time he stops at her home town For many people travelling by bus is their only form of transport, but if you look at it carefully you'll realise it's the best way to see this beautiful country of ours.
A CAERPHILLY secondary school has been told by inspectors that it needs "significant improvement", which is one inspection category above special measures.
An innovative Rhondda Cynon Taf social enterprise providing web and graphic design, training and print services is opening new premises this week after receiving a A 69,000 boost.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:57 am
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