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Plaid Leader Condemns Caerphilly Council’s Tax Rise

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Seven Year Wait For Council Home in Caerphilly County

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NRW Slammed After It Allows Waste Increase Without Consultation

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Caerphilly Council Turns Off Three Times As Many Street Lights As Neighbours

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House-builders Told Proposed Name For New Homes Development An 'Insult'

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Caerffili Town Mayor Mike Prew receives care packages for homeless this Christmas

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Santa Claus and his Plaid Elves spread cheer across Caerphilly

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Delyth Jewell calls for an end to the 'callousness of means testing' in demand for extension to free school meals

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Labour Politician Says Sorry Over Legal Action Threats Against Plaid Councillor

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Plans For New £120,000 A Year Council Director Pulled

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Businesses Need Free Car Parking Extension, Plaid Demand

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Keep Street Lights On Over New Year’s Eve, Pleads Caerphilly Mayor

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Plaid Leader Welcomes Action To Tackle Empty Homes Crisis

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Plaid Slams Council Snub To Caerphilly Tourism Body

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Delyth Jewell Calls for More Covid Support for Caerphilly Residents

This week in the Senedd (Welsh Parliament) Delyth Jewell MS took part in a Plaid Cymru debate calling on the Welsh Government to give more social and financial support to areas with high prevalence of Covid19.

Caerphilly was the first county to enter a local lockdown back in the beginning of September, and while this was necessary to protect public health, Delyth feels that stricter restrictions should go hand-in-hand with more support were this to happen again.

 

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School Governor Hits Out Over Refusal To Replace Lollipop Lady

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Public Toilets In Caerphilly’s Parks Remain Open Until New Year

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Ending fire break must be “slow and steady” – Plaid Cymru

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Restrict Fireworks Sales Ahead Of November 5th, Say Plaid Councillors

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Still Not Enough Done To Fill Empty Homes, Says Plaid Group Leader

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Bid For Free Parking In Caerphilly Put Back

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Plaid Reveals Where Street Lights Have Been Turned Off

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Plaid Councillor Banned From Meeting Over Anti-Social Behaviour In His Ward

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Plaid Welcome Tougher Measures For Councils To Tackle Pavement Parking

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Caerphilly Council To Open Up Meetings Over The Internet To Journalists

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