Kirsty Williams visited Well pharmacy in Brecon this week to promote the work done by community pharmacies in Brecon & Radnorshire and across Wales.
As part of her visit Kirsty received her winter flu vaccination, and is encouraging people to get theirs.
The Welsh Government has approved Powys County Council's business case for the redevelopment of Brecon High School and to invest £6million in Gwerynfed High School.
Kirsty visited First Steps nursery in Llandrindod Wells, along with the Minister for Lifelong Learning and the Welsh Language.
The visit offered an opportunity for First Steps nursery to meet the Minister and have some questions answered.
After months of delay, the cashpoint in Rhayader has finally been installed.
This news comes after the closure of HSBC left the town without an out of hours cashpoint. In the early months of this year agreement was secured to install the cashpoint, but setbacks, including the original proposed lo...
The closure of Meadows Medical Practice in Knighton is to go ahead on 24th December.
Patients will, however, have the option to attend Clun surgery, after the threat of compulsory deregistration was avoided. This comes after further discussion took place between Meadows Medical Practice, Wylcwm S...
New figures released today show the attainment gap between children and young people receiving free school meals and their peers has closed for the second year.
The statistics show a further increase in the proportion of learners eligible for free school meals achieving 5 good GCSEs including M...