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A new school in north Powys that will open in September has been named the county council has said.
Potential visitors to Powys have been reminded that COVID-19 restrictions in Wales are different to England and to stay at home
'History Begins at Home' is a new national campaign which aims to connect people through conversations about history and to capture and then share these conversations, memories and stories through the campaign's Facebook page and Twitter.
Strong partnership working between Powys Teaching Health Board and Powys County Council means that the county is well-place to deliver the Welsh Government's new Test Trace Protect strategy
Powys County Council is urgently recruiting 30 more home care workers to help residents remain independent in their own homes and communities.
Residents in Powys are being urged to think twice before buying a puppy during the current Covid-19 lockdown period if the seller is charging substantially higher prices
Household waste and recycling centres (HWRC) in Powys will reopen on their normal opening days, from Tuesday 26 May for essential use only.
Some Powys County Council construction sites which temporarily closed to comply with Welsh Government preventative measures will see work resuming shortly.
Provisional figures predict that Powys will have a recycling rate of over 64% for 2019-20, which will exceed statutory recycling targets set by Welsh Government.
A decision by the Welsh Government to extend national restrictions in Wales have been backed by Powys County Council

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