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Replacement buildings for two special schools in north Powys have taken a step closer after plans submitted by the county council were approved by the Welsh Government
A county council has called for continued support for its residents working in the social care sector amidst reports of 'shunning' over Covid-19 fears
Shielded and vulnerable residents in Powys are no longer receiving calls from the County Council but can continue to get help from local voluntary services.
As businesses reopen their doors, hospitality and other high-risk settings across Powys are being reminded to comply with social distancing and take all reasonable measures to minimise the spread of coronavirus.
A Growing Mid Wales Partnership scheme funded by Welsh Government to revitalise town centres across Mid Wales remains open for applications.
Emergency work to repair damage caused by flash flooding to multiple structures on the B4355 between Dutlas and Lloyney will begin shortly.
Powys pupils who have received their GCSE results today (Thursday, August 20) have been congratulated on their achievements by the county council
A dozen social care staff working for Powys County Council have been backed to study for an Open University degree as part of the council's work to develop its workforce.
Powys council staff and residents have been praised for their response to flooding and damage caused by torrential rain in Ystradgynlais.
Day time opportunities in Powys will continue to be provided in alternative ways for the next six months, the county council has decided.

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