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Cabinet to consider Llangedwyn school objection report

A very small north Powys primary school could close later this year if given the go-ahead by Cabinet next week, the county council has said

Poor quality trees to be replaced with new ones as part of housing development

New trees are to be planted to replace existing ones that are poor quality or in poor health as part of a planned housing development that is to be built in Newtown, the county council has said

New sports pitch to be installed at Ystradgynlais Sports Centre

Work to install a new sports pitch at a south Powys sports centre will take place later this year, it has been announced

Minister visits new children's home

Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan MS joined the team in Powys earlier this week to find out more about the new children's home due to open in the north of the county.

£1.8m theatre refurbishment to begin on Monday

A major refurbishment of Theatr Brycheiniog, in Brecon, is to begin on Monday (19 February) thanks to £1.8 million in UK Government Levelling Up funding.

Bird keeper prosecuted

Failing to house captive poultry when an All-Wales Avian Influenza Protection Zone was in place has cost a north Powys man over £2,700 after they were prosecuted by the county council

We foster as a family - Hannah and Ed's story

Have you considered becoming a foster carer and would you like to find out more?

Apprentice of the Year award for Sarah

A Powys County Council employee has been named Apprentice of the Year by Swansea Gower College.

Business Leaders Needed to Support the Delivery of the Mid Wales Growth Deal

Business leaders and economic experts are being sought to support the development and delivery of the Mid Wales Growth Deal

Opinions sought across Mid Wales on energy and transport use

To aid the planning, a public engagement energy survey is now live and residents in Mid Wales have eight weeks to share their views

Liaison officers will support towns' regeneration

Five town centre liaison officers, paid for by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (Levelling Up), are now in post and supporting economic development across Powys.

Name for new Brecon school revealed

A new primary school that will open in south Powys later this year has been named, the county council has said