See our latest updates in relation to Coronavirus in Newtown.
One in ten workers surveyed in Wales don’t have a good understanding of their workplace rights, reveals recent research conducted by YouGov.
A MOTORIST has been fined but has kept his driving licence after admitting speeding more than 30 miles per hour above the speed limit on the Newtown bypass.
A local enterprise hub has launched a workshop to help businesses in the area improve their online presence.
As part of the Powys County Council draft budget for 2021-22, it is proposed to move the three weekly residual waste collection to four weekly.
Powys County Council’s Cabinet are set to discuss a possible 3.9% increase in Council Tax as part of the 2021-2022 budget.
The third Mass Vaccination Centre in Powys opened today at the Maldwyn Leisure Centre in Newtown.
Learners in Wales studying for Qualifications Wales approved GCSE, AS and A levels this year will receive grades determined by their school or college, based on work they have completed over their course.
A full meeting of Newtown & Llanllwchaiarn Town Council will be held next Monday 25th January 2021 at 6:30pm.
The Welsh Government is to seek the Senedd’s consent for an emergency Bill to be introduced to ensure the next Senedd election happens safely, enabling the electorate to participate and vote during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Newtown’s HSBC bank branch will become one of the company’s few left in Mid Wales after it announced the closure of its Welshpool branch .