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A report outlining Powys County Council's priorities as well as progress in the past financial year has been published
Drop-in sessions are being held across Powys to find new foster carers and adopters.
Applications are now open for children starting secondary school in September 2020, Powys County Council has said
A new Customer First Improvement Plan is being rolled out by the Powys County Council to improve satisfaction with the services offered to the council's 5,300 tenants
A new high school in south Powys will now open in December
Continued pressure on public spending means that Powys County Council faces spending cuts of up to £13m next year if it is to set a balanced the budget
Households in Newtown are being urged by Powys County Council to recycle as much of their food waste by using the weekly kerbside collection service
Residents in Powys interested in the activities carried out by their local county councillor can now view their annual report online
Over 20 authors and poets will descend on a mid-Powys town next month for a literary festival.
A statement from the Joint Chairs of the Growing Mid Wales Partnership, Councillors Ellen ap Gwynn and Rosemarie Harries

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