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Powys County Council, Children's Services are looking for qualified social workers to join their teams. The service is fast-improving, achieving the best outcomes for children and young people using the Signs of Safety Framework. The service offers social workers an attractive package, with excellent support and supervision.
Views are being sought from local residents, community groups and anyone who enjoys visiting the lake in Llandrindod Wells to capture feedback now that work to install a new bird hide, boardwalk and fishing platform has been completed, Powys County Council has said.
Over 2,500 students gathered at the Royal Welsh Showground last week for one of the UK's biggest careers festival
Powys County Council has announced the dates and venues for drop-in sessions arranged for people to discuss ideas for a possible makeover of Middleton Street in Llandrindod Wells.
Council taxpayers in Powys who have already registered for the free "My Account" service and entered their council tax reference number can now go online and view their full Council Tax account and information at the touch of a button
Join Spring Clean Cymru 2020 and be part of the pick. This spring, we're calling on you to help improve the environment on our doorstep.
A new initiative to develop e-learning in Powys secondary schools has been launched by Wales' Education Minister
A Powys County Council led project to improve opportunities and reduce disadvantage for children, young people and families is well underway.
A Rhayader food business who supplied an Indian meal which was deemed to be unsafe due to high levels of peanuts has been prosecuted by Powys County Council
Two Newtown schools will be amalgamated to create a new all-through English-medium school after the go-ahead was given by the county council's Cabinet

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