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Local elections 2012: Labour enjoys ‘stunning’ night in Wales

Party regains former strongholds of Newport and Swansea and claims impressive win in Cardiff at expense of Lib Dems

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 Labour group state key election aims

The Labour group on Caerphilly County Borough Council has outlined some its policies ahead of next week’s election. Councillor Harry Andrews,...

Caerphilly Council housing transfer vote delayed

The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord has been delayed until early ne...

Plaid AM calls for Commissioner for the Disabled

South Wales East Plaid Cymru AM Lindsay Whittle has asked the Welsh Government to consider establishing a Commissioner for the Disabled. Lindsay Wh...

Caerphilly Council housing transfer vote could be delayed

The council tenant vote on whether or not to transfer Caerphilly’s 10,980 council houses to a new social landlord could be delayed until next...

Caerphilly Council reveals it could fund homes upgrade ahead of housing transfer vote

Council tenants will vote next month on whether their homes will remain under local authority control or be transferred to a new housing associatio...

Caerphilly Council leader condemns Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr critics

Caerphilly Council’s Plaid Cymru leader Councillor Allan Pritchard has condemned Labour councillors for their “scurrilous attacks” on...

Welsh Government announces programme for Wales

Increasing apprenticeship opportunities for young people, ensuring universal access to next generation broadband and introducing 50+ health checks ...

Caerphilly councillor hits back at ‘negative’ comments about Tour of Britain

A Plaid Cymru councillor who represents a Caerphilly town ward has hit back at “negative” comments posted on Caerphilly Observer about the rece...

Coleg Gwent spent £14,000 on iPads for governors

Plaid Cymru regional AM Lindsay Whittle has questioned the spending of more than £14,000 on Apple iPads for governors at Coleg Gwent. A Freedom of...

Caerphilly councillors claimed more than £1.2 million in allowances and expenses in 2010-2011

Caerphilly County Borough paid out more than £1.2 million in councillor expenses and allowances last financial year, according official figures fr...

Lindsay Whittle AM accuses Welsh Ministers of “acting like bullies”

Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews and Local Government Minister Carl Sargeant have been accused by Plaid AM Lindsay Whittle of acting like ...

Former Caerphilly Council leader against local government ‘reorganisation’

Plaid Cymru South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle has urged local authorities in Wales to stand up against what he describes as ‘back door̵...

Jocelyn Davies backs Elin Jones to be new Plaid Cymru leader

South Wales East AM Jocelyn Davies has backed Ceredigion AM Elin Jones’ bid to become leader of Plaid Cymru. Ms Jones, 45, announced her bid ...

Caerphilly Plaid Cymru group launches website

The Plaid Cymru group on Caerphilly County Borough Council has launched a new website. Council leader Allan Pritchard said: “We’re proud of our...

645 ex-miners in Wales died awaiting Vibration White Finger compensation

More than 600 former miners in Wales died before receiving compensation for a condition caused by working in the coal industry, according to figure...

Plaid Cymru’s Caerphilly Council leader attacks Labour over Welsh Assembly funding

The Plaid Cymru leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council has accused Labour of failing to stand up for Wales over its funding from the UK Govern...

Caerphilly MP Wayne David’s blog: August 2

Caerphilly County Borough Council has a new leader. He is Councillor Allan Pritchard from Oakdale. He is a councillor of experience and is a long s...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: July 27

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. 21st Century Schools I cannot emphas...

Cost of fuel rising for emergency services

The cost of fuel for the emergency services is on the rise, according to figures released under the Freedom of Information Act. The massive increas...

Caerphilly and Blaenau Gwent social services merger welcomed by Welsh Government

The merger between Caerphilly and Blaenau Gwent’s social services has been welcomed by the Welsh Government. Deputy Minister for health and s...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: July 13

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Youth Employment Tackling youth empl...

Profile: Bethan Jenkins AM

  Port Talbot MagNet is introducing a new politics section on our site, where we will profile local political representatives and the latest p...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: June 29

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Physical Punishment of Children I sp...

Plaid Cymru and Labour lock horns over Caerphilly Council housing transfer

The two political parties which make up Caerphilly County Borough Council have locked horns in a row over the proposed housing stock transfer. Oppo...

Plaid AM calls for life-saving first aid lessons in school

South Wales East AM Jocelyn Davies has backed a campaign by the British Heart Foundation to include life-saving first aid skills on the national cu...

Welsh Government promises to act on sexualisation and commercialisation of children

The Welsh Government has promised to act to prevent the early sexualisation and commercialisation of children. The Deputy Minister for Children and...

South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle’s blog: June 15

In his regular blog for Caerphilly Observer South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle gives his take on recent news. Energy companies rip off the public ...

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...

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