Trains delayed between Cardiff and Penarth following fatality on the line

Trains delayed between Cardiff and Penarth following fatality on the line
February 13, 2013 No Comments »

Train lines at Llanishen have re-opened after a fatality on the line around 8.30am this morning, but operators have warned of “severe” delays. Bus services are currently supplementing the train service between Caerphilly and Cardiff Central. Train services between Cardiff ... Read More »

Llanishen Reservoir fight costs taxpayers £800,000

Llanishen Reservoir fight costs taxpayers £800,000
November 26, 2012 1 Comment »

The cost to Cardiff taxpayers of fighting a power company’s repeated attempts to turn a city beauty spot into a housing estate is to soar above £800,000. Cardiff council has run up the six-figure bill – which includes legal and ... Read More »

Drug-taking pensioner who made neighbours’ lives a ‘living hell’ will be evicted, judge rules

October 20, 2011 No Comments »

A DRUG-TAKING pensioner who made the lives of residents in a Cardiff block of flats a “living hell” will be evicted, a judge has ruled. Widower Meirion Williams was accused of letting associates carry out drug deals at his ground-floor ... Read More »

Thirteen arrested in crime crackdown

April 12, 2011 No Comments »

THIRTEEN people were arrested in a police operation to target burglary and car crime in Cardiff. Operation Coral saw South Wales Police officers in the Llanedeyrn area of the city, between Friday and Sunday, where they also seized six vehicles, ... Read More »

Half-term football camp for kids in Llanishen

February 19, 2010 No Comments »

Kids in Llanishen have spent half-term on the pitch instead of on the streets. PCSO Ceri Frost has organised a football camp every evening during the February holiday to keep the youngsters occupied. Jack Davies, 15, from Llanishen, said: “I’ve ... Read More »