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Day centre re-opening not safe yet, says council

Re-opening day centres is still not possible under current Covid-19 restrictions in Powys, the council has decided.

Beware of Covid vaccination scams

Powys residents should stay alert as scams linked to Covid continue to circulate.

Step close for new all-age school in Llanfair Caereinion

Plans to merge two schools in north Powys to create a new all-age school have moved a step closer, the county council has said

Contractor appointed to build new Welsh-medium primary school

A Welsh construction company has been appointed to build a brand-new primary school in north Powys, the county council has said

​​​​​​​Former Brecon High School building to be demolished

A former high school building will be demolished, Powys County Council has said

Council awards millions more in grant support

Almost £6million in grant support has been awarded to Powys businesses in recent weeks, Powys County Council has announced.

There is still time to help shape the future of Powys

Residents in Powys have one week left to give their views and help shape the longer-term vision for the county council, which aims to future-proof the county.

Closure notices served to three Powys businesses

Three businesses in the north of the county have been served with Covid-19 compliance notices for staying open despite Wales' Alert Level 4 restrictions.

Coronavirus is increasing in Powys

Powys communities are being urged to be on their guard for Coronavirus and follow social distancing guidelines to slow the spread of the virus.

Stay active with 'Move A Mile' campaign

Powys residents are being encouraged to stay active during lockdown as part of a new year campaign by Sport Powys.

Schools Update - Friday 8 January

Schools across the county are likely to continue with online learning until at least February half term unless there is a significant reduction in coronavirus cases, Powys County Council has said

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