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Care workers in Powys are doing a great job in looking after our older people and vulnerable residents during the Covid-19 pandemic
A number of lamb carcasses that have been dumped in south Powys is being investigated by the county council
An ambitious ten-year strategy to transform education in Powys has been approved, the county council has said
Rules concerning the burial of fallen livestock have not changed during the Coronavirus outbreak, Powys County Council has said
Powys residents are being reminded to follow health guidelines when exercising over the Bank Holiday to protect the NHS and Save Lives
Powys holiday accommodation owners are being reminded to remain closed in advance of the Easter break
Residents in Powys could be targeted by fraudsters who are using the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to prey upon vulnerable people
The First Minister for Wales recently outlined his expectations that the NHS, local government and funeral services should work together. This is to ensure that additional mortuary capacity is in place across the country
Critical workers in Powys who require pre-school childcare will have a place funded thanks to a Welsh Government scheme
Work has progressed on the Abermule Business Park to build a new recycling bulking facility

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