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Caerphilly Council to get £254.3m in annual grant from Welsh Government

Caerphilly County Borough Council is set to see its annual grant from the Welsh Government rise by 1.4% next year. Provisional funding details for ...

Caerphilly Council set to underspend budget by £6million

Caerphilly County Borough Council is set to underspend its budget by £6million this year, according to a recent report. Cllr Colin Mann, deputy le...

Climate Change Commissioner for Wales visits top energy efficient school

The Climate Change Commissioner and Sustainable Futures Commissioner for Wales has paid a visit to Caerphilly County Borough’s most energy ef...

Labour on the attack over bereavement charge increase in Caerphilly County Borough

Key members of the Labour Party in Caerphilly County Borough have attacked the council’s decision to increase bereavement charges by 18.5%, c...

Proposed location of turbines at Oakdale Business Park to move east

Residents are to be consulted after plans to build two wind turbines at Oakdale Business Park were changed. The drop-in surgery for people to ask q...

Bereavement charges in Caerphilly County Borough to rise by 18.5%

Bereavement charges by Caerphilly County Borough Council are to rise by 18.5% plus inflation every year for the next five years. Councillor’s...

Conservative candidate Meredith wants “fairer” help for pensioners

The Conservative candidate for Caerphilly in May’s Assembly election has criticised the council for the way it hands out financial support to...

Pentwynmawr Primary School holds Fairtrade fashion show

Pupils from Pentwynmawr Primary School recently held a fashion show with a difference. Modelling clothes made from recycled materials and Fairtrade...

Caerphilly Council to offer 100 apprenticeships and trainee positions

Plaid Cymru-led Caerphilly Council has revealed plans to fund jobs for up to 100 apprentices and trainees over the next three years. They will use ...

Council tax rates for 2011-2012 approved by Caerphilly Council

Caerphilly County Borough Council has become the only local authority in Wales to implement a 0% increase in council tax. On Thursday, councillors ...

Caerphilly Council saves 7.2m pages of paper in three years

Caerphilly County Borough Council has saved more than 7.2million pages of paper over three years after councillors ordered staff print on both side...

Caerphilly Council saves £900,000 by borrowing cash from itself

Caerphilly County Borough Council has managed to save £900,000 by borrowing money from itself. The Plaid Cymru-led local authority saved the amoun...

Caerphilly Council outlines £43m spending plan for next three years

Caerphilly County Borough Council has unveiled plans to spend £43m over the next three years on a variety of building programmes. Among the projec...

Caerphilly Council announces cabinet reshuffle

Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced changes to its cabinet to reflect a recent management reshuffle. Council leader Lindsay Whittle exp...

Markham Pavilion transfer to rugby club agreed by council

Markham Pavilion is to be transferred to Markham Rugby Football Club on a 25 year lease, after Caerphilly County Borough Council’s cabinet ag...

Disused Risca allotment to be brought back into use

A disused allotment in Risca is to be re-established after Caerphilly County Borough Council’s cabinet gave the scheme the go-ahead. The council ...

Plaid Cymru attack on Labour for “burying their heads” over council finances

Caerphilly Council Cabinet Member Colin Mann has attacked the Labour opposition for not engaging in crucial discussions over the financial challeng...

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