Caerphilly County, Wales Newswire

Caerphilly County, Wales Newswire

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  1. Firefighters are at the scene of a large garage fire and are still trying to get it under controlRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Firefighters from Cwmbran, Malpas, Maindee, New Inn, Central Cardiff and Caerphilly stations are attempting to get the fire under control on Ty-Coch Way. Fire crews have accessed the building and are using breathing apparatus and thermal imaging cameras as part of their work.

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  2. Your AM writes: David Rowlands AM South Wales East RegionRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    Assembly AM's are now in what is euphemistically referred to as the Summer Recess. What this means is that we do not meet for debates in the Chamber, and are not formally required to attend the Assembly building.

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  3. Three dads are cycling the length of Wales to raise money for charity ...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Carl Harbord, Dave Probert and Martin Carroll are cycling Wales to raise money for five-year-old cancer beater Cian These three Valleys dads will this week set off on a mammoth cycle ride to raise funds for the charity that helped a young boy recover from an aggressive form of cancer. Dave Probert, Martin Carroll and Carl Harbord will set off from Holyhead on Wednesday evening and finish 255 miles later in Cardiff Bay on Sunday.

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  4. The Arriva Trains Wales strike is causing heavy traffic on the A470Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Two sections of the M4 were closed on Tuesday following an accident in Bridgend and a broken down vehicle in Newport. One lane was blocked due to an accident involving a car and a van on the M4 Eastbound between J37 A4229 and J36 A4061 / A4063 .

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  5. HOLDING a second referendum into the UK's membership of the European Union would beRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    HOLDING a second referendum into the UK's membership of the European Union would be "bad for democracy", first minister Carywn Jones has said. Speaking at a press conference in Cardiff this morning the first minister said, while he campaigned in favour of the Remain campaign, he respected the result of June's referendum and was working to ensure it went ahead smoothly.

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  6. Tovey to miss start of Pro12 but set to be back for Dragons reunionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    NEW CHALLENGE: Former Dragons fly-half Jason Tovey will hope to shine for Edinburgh on his return from a wrist injury FORMER Newport Gwent Dragons fly-half Jason Tovey will miss the start of the season after suffering a wrist injury but is set to be back for a return to Rodney Parade with Edinburgh. The 27-year-old from Risca suffered the blow in training last week and a scan revealed a small fracture.

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  7. Cup draw throws up Llanelli test for PoolerRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Penarth Times

    PONTYPOOL will attempt to upset Llanelli when they travel to Parc y Scarlets in round one of the WRU National Cup. Pooler, who will be in the Championship until at least 2020 after missing out on promotion to the ring-fenced and revamped Principality Premiership, will travel west on the weekend of January 28. Premiership champions Ebbw Vale will welcome Skewen to Eugene Cross Park while Newport host Swansea at Rodney Parade, arguably sharing tie of the round honour with Aberavon against Llandovery.

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  8. Paul Turner lands WRU roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | Penarth Times

    THE Welsh Rugby Union has appointed former Newport Gwent Dragons head coach Paul Turner to help identify and recruit Welsh qualified players currently playing outside Wales. Turner, who played for Pontypool, Newbridge and Newport RFC and won three Wales caps at outside half, will work on a part-time basis with WRU Exiles programme manager Gareth Davies to unearth Welsh-qualified talent in the UK and abroad.

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  9. VIDEO: Sun-filled thrills at Pill carnivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South Wales Argus

    Residents lined the streets to watch dozens of stunning floats and costumes go by in the annual event, which was first held in 1974. Unlike the past two years, when it has either rained or been overcast, the sun was shining, which organisers said made a big difference.

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  10. Miss Louisiana leaves to compete for Miss AmericaRead the original story

    Sunday | KNOE-TV Monroe

    It was all hugs, smiles, and just a few tears as Miss Louisiana Justine Ker said goodbye to family and friends, and boarding a plane to compete for Miss America. "it really hasn't sunk in yet that I'm actually headed to Miss America up until now I've just been packing and preparing to finally be here to be getting on my plane to Atlantic City.

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  11. Super sevens for Gwent sides in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Freepressseries.co.uk

    ON A PLATE: Arwel Robson's points helped Newport seal the plate at the Foster's National 7s in Cardiff. Picture from files CLAIRE Molloy's late try to clinch the women's title for the Dragons, Newport's cruise to victory in the plate final and Cross Keys' run to the last four of the cup competition made it a fruitful day for Gwent sides at the Foster's National 7s in Cardiff.

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  12. Deliberate vehicle fire in TredegarRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | South Wales Argus

    A VEHICLE was deliberately set on fire on Gainsborough Road, Cefn Golau, Tredegar, shortly after midnight this morning. Firefighters from tghe Tredegar station attended.

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  13. PHOTOS: Music legends rock Victorious Festival Day OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Echo

    The legendary band from Blackwood, Wales, and the former Oasis star and now hugely successful solo singer, lead a huge line-up of talent over 15 stages and tents at Castle Field, Southsea. Travis, Selector and The Coral joined the Welsh rockers on the main Common Stage yesterday while Liverpool heroes Echo and the Bunnymen and London's Public Service Broadcasting are part of the build-up for Noel today.

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  14. Gwent from the air: Flying high with the Wales Air AmbulanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Freepressseries.co.uk

    STEPPING onto airfield tarmac on a quiet summer morning, we surveyed our surroundings at Wales Air Ambulance's Cardiff base. Right on schedule, the silence was broken by the distinctive hum of a helicopter rotor as a flash of red and green appeared on the horizon.

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  15. A vehicle was deliberately set on fire in Tredegar last nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | South Wales Argus

    A VEHICLE was deliberately set on fire on Gainsborough Road, Cefn Golau, Tredegar, shortly after midnight this morning. Firefighters from tghe Tredegar station attended.

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  16. Fire crews battled the barn fire in Tredegar which is believed to have been deliberately litRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | IcNetwork

    Fire crews were called to the barn in Tredegar , Blaenau Gwent, at 10.08pm on Saturday, and was attended by crews from Tredegar and Ebbw Vale. The fire is being treated as arson by the fire brigade who returned to the site on Sunday to reinspect the site as part of their investigation.

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  17. Travellers have made camp at Newport parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | South Wales Argus

    A number of caravans and cars are situated on the land this afternoon and are believed to have arrived on the site sometime yesterday. Plans for a permanent gipsy and traveller site in Ringland were given the go-ahead earlier this month despite hundreds of objections over access to the site.

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  18. Blackwood is 'thriving' despite footfall figures, says businessmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | South Wales Argus

    A BUSINESSMAN in Blackwood is unhappy with figures from the National Assembly for Wales that show the town has seen a dip in footfall. Steven Reynolds of the Maxime Cinema on the High Street believes that cannot be the case and says that his business and others 'are thriving'.

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  19. Travellers have moved onto land at Glebelands Park, NewportRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | South Wales Argus

    A number of caravans and cars are situated on the land this afternoon and are believed to have arrived on the site sometime yesterday. Plans for a permanent gipsy and traveller site in Ringland were given the go-ahead earlier this month despite hundreds of objections over access to the site.

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  20. Aliens to invade Wales for sci-fi film shot entirely in the ValleysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | IcNetwork

    The Valleys will be turned into something out of this world in a feature-length sci-fi film shot entirely in South Wales. OFFWORLD, the branchild of sci-fi author turned director Terry Cooper and producer Adam Neal, will depict a group of space travellers from Earth who are forced to crash land on an alien planet - or, as the Ystrad Mynach locals call it, Parc Penallta.

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