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24/08/2011  Demand for Welsh medium education booming in Caerphilly.
Demand for Welsh medium education booming in Caerphilly.

Parents increasingly want their children to be educated through the medium of Welsh across Caerphilly County Borough.

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12/08/2011  Plaid Leader Attacks Labour Over Fair Funding
Plaid Leader Attacks Labour Over Fair Funding

Councillor Allan Pritchard, Plaid Cymru leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council, has accused Labour of failing to stand up for Wales over fair funding.

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21/04/2011  RON HITS OUT AT LABOUR OVER POLICE BETRAYAL
RON HITS OUT AT LABOUR OVER POLICE BETRAYAL

Ron Davies, Plaid Cymru’s Assembly candidate for Caerphilly, said that it was a betrayal to police officers in Gwent that Labour were arguing that all decisions about cutting jobs and safety should be taken by the Tories and Lib Dems in Westminster.

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19/04/2011  Plaid leader joins Ron Davies on visit to Caerphilly indoor market
Plaid leader joins Ron Davies on visit to Caerphilly indoor market

Plaid leader joins Ron Davies on visit to Caerphilly indoor market Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones today paid a visit to Caerphilly’s re-opened Indoor Market today with Ron Davies, Plaid’s Assembly candidate for Caerphilly.

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11/04/2011  LIGHTS SWITCH OFF SEES ACCIDENT INJURIES FALL IN CAERPHILLY
LIGHTS SWITCH OFF SEES ACCIDENT INJURIES FALL IN CAERPHILLY

New figures have revealed that there has been a CUT in road accidents and injuries since Caerphilly council’s decision to switch off street lighting on inter-urban roads in the early hours.

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11/04/2011  CAERPHILLY RESIDENTS HAMMERED WHEN LABOUR IN CONTROL
CAERPHILLY RESIDENTS HAMMERED WHEN LABOUR IN CONTROL

Residents in Caerphilly pay through their pockets in council tax rises when Labour is in charge of the county borough council, figures produced have revealed.

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07/04/2011  Ron Davies welcomes Plaid Business Rate Relief Policy
Ron Davies welcomes Plaid Business Rate Relief Policy

"The headline policy announced by Plaid Cymru leader and Minister for the Economy, Ieuan Wyn Jones is that the temporary rate relief scheme would be made permanent, ensuring that around half of all small businesses in Wales will pay no business rates at all.

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