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Progress against the Welsh Language Standards will be considered by Powys County Council's Cabinet in its meeting on 23 June.
'Our unsung heroes' within the council's home care service have been praised by Powys County Council's Head of Adult Services Michael Gray for their commitment and hard work during the pandemic.
Powys companies are being encouraged to consider collaborative working to help them compete for larger projects or work with public and private sector on major contracts in the county.
Contamination at some of the community recycling sites across the county is resulting in tonnes of recyclable material needlessly going to waste.
Learners, their families, schools and the wider public are being asked for their views on Powys County Councils revised Home to School/College Transport Policy
Powys Library Service is trialling a new order-and-collect service to enable people to get fresh reading materials safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
School-based emergency childcare hubs are to close later this month as schools in Powys prepare to re-open before the end of the summer term, the county council has said
Businesses are being asked for their views to help Powys County Council understand the full effects of Coronavirus on the local economy.
The Leaders of the Growing Mid Wales Board have shared their vision for the Mid Wales economy and progressing the Mid Wales Growth Deal with the Welsh and UK Governments
Powys County Council and Powys Teaching Health Board have paid tribute to the work of care homes during the Covid19 pandemic.

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