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Greenwich 2013 souvenir calendar now £5 including delivery

Greenwich.co.uk’s souvenir calendar for 2013, made using images from the incredible year that was 2012, has been reduced to just £5 including...

Caerphilly Business Forum: A positive year

Good news is always welcome and I’ve just reported on a very positive year to the AGM of Caerphilly Business Forum.

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: May 2

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Stroke Association This Saturday I’l...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: April 30

A Double-Dip Recession It was depressing news that Britain has gone back into recession. Unlike the United States, where President Obama has pursue...

South Leeds Life’s set for Talk About Local unconference

South Leeds Life will be up bright and early tomorrow and heading for Birmingham for the annual Talk About Local Unconference. Talk About Local hel...

Population sizes of counties mapped as letters

Share/SaveIn the 2011 census, the Greater Dublin Area (Meath, Kildare and Wicklow) now accounts for 40% of the population of Ireland, while Co Dubl...

How many people were at the household charge protest?

Share/Save Estimating  the size of the crowd at protests can be a pain the head. However, things get vastly easier if the protest stops somewhere a...

Ipwswich politics: Calm down, dear(s)

Why are ipswich politics so much like a tussle outside a bar at chucking-out time? They seem to scream at each other rather than engage in reasoned...

Coming to an Inbox Near You Soon…

Here at Cardiff Blogs HQ we’ve been having a think about what else we can do to bring the blogging community together on top of our bi monthly meet...

Why do you blog?

Firstly, thanks all for coming out to the first meet up of the year, hope you enjoyed!  Special thanks to our panel: Nathan, Gemma, Ardie and Elena...

Don’t miss out on February’s meet!

It’s time for another Cardiff Blogs meet, the first of 2012!  On 22 February we’re hosting some of Cardiff’s finest bloggers to m...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: October 24

I am writing this just after I have made my first short speech in the House of Commons in my new job as a Shadow Justice Minister. Unusually I spok...

Is our Government in Cardiff Bay really committed to a bilingual, vibrant Wales?

By Caerphilly Plaid Cymru councillor Lynne Hughes, a mother-of-three primary aged children in Welsh medium ? At first glance, you would have though...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: October 19

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Redundancies Caerphilly Observer rea...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: There are success stories despite the economic gloom

Thank goodness for the Welsh rugby team. If it wasn’t for them we could be exposed to an endless stream of bad news stories. Greece, the Euro and...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: October 10

For the past year, I have been Shadow Europe Minister. This was an important job I found interesting and given the importance of European issues, i...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: October 5

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr I’m writing to ...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: Changes to beat late payers welcomed

The Experian Late Payment Index shows businesses in the UK paid their bills an average of 25.2 days late in Q2 this year. Larger businesses with mo...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: September 26

Caerphilly Castle is one of the finest castles in Europe. It was built by the Anglo-Norman Lord Gilbert de Clare in the 13th Century. During the 18...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: September 21

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Tour of Britain I’m still buzzing ...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: Get your entry in for our annual awards

The deadline for entries to the 10th annual Caerphilly Business Forum Awards falls at the end of next week so we’re getting a steady flow of subm...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: September 12

The other week, we received very depressing news. The most recent Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation showed that the St James Ward of Caerphilly c...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: September 7

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Deprived Areas The details published...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: A successful summer

Once again the Forum has hit the ground running after the summer break. And it needs to because we have a very busy period ahead of us with some im...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: August 29

A few weeks ago I went to an excellent concert in St. David’s Hall, Cardiff. Performing were the young people of the National Youth Orchestra of ...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: August 17

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. A-Levels I wanted to congratulate al...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: We should be optimistic about the future

A glance at the news has been pretty depressing lately. In the last couple of weeks we’ve gone from riots and children looting to the desperate s...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: August 15

I write this after just having returned from the recall of Parliament to discuss the appalling ‘disorder’ which we saw on the streets of London...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: August 10

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Blackwood Woods Campaigners Andrew F...

Caerphilly Business Forum blog: Take time out to relax this summer holiday

Elections, referendums, recruitment, relocation and work, work, work …it’s been a hectic year for both Caerphilly Business Forum and my own bus...

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