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Animal health issues in Powys were the focus of a meeting with the Welsh Government this week.
Powys businesses are being offered a chance to comment on the county council revenue budget for the coming financial year.
Residents across Powys can now subscribe to this year's easy, clean and simple garden waste recycling collection service, offered by the county council.
A balanced budget that will propose increased funding for key statutory services including education, children and highways will be considered by Powys County Council's Cabinet next week
Child poverty, homelessness and employment opportunities for disabled residents are some of the key equality objectives put forward by Powys County Council and set out in a survey which is open for views until Sunday 9 February
Last year's OVO Energy Women's Tour provided a £645,454 boost to the Powys economy, new figures have revealed.
Mature drivers in Powys are being given the opportunity to brush up on their road knowledge thanks to free informal workshops organised by the county council
Powys County Council has welcomed news that new Dyfi Bridge on the A487 north of Machynlleth, has been given the go-ahead by the Welsh Government
Powys residents are being advised that inspections will be carried out on large memorials at Knighton Cemetery in the coming weeks to make sure they are safe places to visit.
An emerging vision for education in Powys, which will guide the transformation of the service and improve outcomes for the county's learners, will be considered by Cabinet next week, the county council has said

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