Police have confirmed there are fatalities and a number of people are unaccounted for following a house fire in Llangammarch Wells, Powys.Read the full story ›
Glyn Davies said he contacted the council after a constituent got in touch with him and he received an "almost total lack of recognition".Read the full story ›
A report has revealed failings in social services at Powys Council which are putting children at risk.Read the full story ›
Taxi drivers in Powys are being offered free training to help them protect vulnerable people.Read the full story ›
UPDATE: 57-yr-old man arrested & in police custody. Vehicle seized. Injured child is in serious but stable conditi… https://t.co/V2uBLp8PTP
A 57-year-old man has been arrested after a hit-and-run in Ffrydd Road in Knighton, Powys, yesterday afternoon (14 September).
An 11-year-old was badly injured in the incident and air lifted to hospital.
Dyfed Powys Police said the girl is in a serious but stable condition.
Almost £1m of EU funding will be used to help improve the prospects of vulnerable young people in Mid Wales.Read the full story ›
A Welsh man has died after attempting to rescue his daughter when she got into difficulty in the sea off the Italian coast.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information following a "brutal" attack on an 88-year-old woman in Powys.
The incident was reported to police on Monday, June 19, after a neighbour found the woman with significant facial and arm injuries at her home in Dolfor. She was taken to hospital where she remains in a stable condition.
Police are appealing for anyone with a dash-cam who was driving along Upper Dolfor Road between 9am and 5pm to check their footage for evidence which could assist the investigation.
The A40 is closed in both directions closed after a lorry left the road between Vicarage Road (Trecastle) and Halfway Farm (Halfway).
The lorry is thought to be carrying chickens. Animal welfare agencies are helping Police and the Council with recovery efforts.
The accident is affecting traffic between Llandovery and Brecon.
In most parts of Wales, election leaflets will be landing on doormats with increasing frequency for the next month, as candidates try to win our votes. But in some rural areas, a single candidate has been unopposed and declared elected. And in at least ward -Yscir in Powys- no-one has been nominated.
More than 1,000 voters in the village of Cradoc and its neighbouring communities north of Brecon will be unrepresented when councillors first meet after May 4, which is election day -where there is an election. Nominations will then have to be re-opened and a fresh attempt made to drum up some interest in representing Yscir
It's not yet clear if Yscir is the only ward in Wales with no candidate. At the last local elections in 2012, Bryncrug in Gwynedd had the dubious distinction of being the only candidate-free zone. Two months later, five people stood for the seat and there had to be a by-election.