The A470 is closed because of a landslip between A4059 and A4215.
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The training centre and headquarters of Girlguiding Cymru in Powys, is laying claim to having the tallest living Christmas tree in the UK.Read the full story ›
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Two people have died following a car crash near Crickhowell. It happened yesterday afternoon on the A40.
A male passenger remains in a serious condition at hospital.
The cause of the crash is still being investigated.
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Dyfed Powys Police on 101.
A Powys councillor severely reprimanded for using ‘inappropriate language’ in a cabinet meeting has resigned from her post, the county council has announced.
Councillor Myfanwy Alexander, cabinet member for education, children’s services and Welsh Language resigned from the cabinet today.
She remains a county councillor representing the Banwy ward.
“I can confirm that Councillor Alexander has tendered her resignation from the cabinet with immediate effect and I have accepted that resignation. ”
A yew tree in a village churchyard in Powys is believed to be more than 5,000 years old - making it a contender for Europe's oldest tree.Read the full story ›
A motorcyclist has died and two other people have been injured on the A489 in Powys.
Police were called to the road between Newtown and Kerry at approximately 11.50am Sunday morning.
The collision involved a yellow Suzuki Wagon, a blue Ford Galaxy, a green MG ZR and a black Honda CBR motorcycle.
The road was closed for over six hours and is expected to open again later this evening.
Dyfed Powys Police say it has informed the motorcyclist's next of kin.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the collision, or anyone travelling along that stretch of road at the relevant time to contact them on 101.
An historic clock tower in Powys at the centre of a row over its chimes has been saved, after a resident who took issue with the bells withdrew her complaint.
The woman who complained has since withdrawn her formal 'noise nuisance' complaint and said she had "misjudged the strength of feeling" in the town.
The tower in the middle of Knighton in Powys has become famous for its chimes every quarter of an hour - day and night.Read the full story ›