Residents in Lower Chapel, Kirsty Williams AM, Cllr Roger Williams and Dyfed Powys Police met to discuss speeding and poor driving through the village and the surrounding area.
Many residents are concerned about motorists ignoring speed limits in villages including Lower Chapel, Upper Chapel and Pwllgloyw.
The Llandrindod Wells and District Multiple Sclerosis Society have made progress in their campaign for better MS services.
Kirsty has been meeting with the group for around 18 months, working together to try and improve services.
NatWest have taken the decision to remove their cashpoint from Crickhowell, citing decreasing transaction figures and nearby alternative facilities.
A meeting between Kirsty Williams AM, Cllr John Morris, other local representatives and a NatWest representative made the case to keep the cashpoint. It also highlighted that some of the decision NatWest were basing their decision on was incorrect.
Over 100 people attended a drop in event at Brecon Library hosted by Openreach.
The event was held to allow people to raise issues they were facing with their broadband.
This year’s Brecon Show was on Saturday 5th August.
Kirsty Williams joined volunteers, Town Councillors and County Councillors at the Welsh Liberal Democrat tent.
Openreach have organised a drop in event on Friday 11th August at Brecon Library, from 12:00-15:00.
They have said they want to “help people understand their broadband options”, and have organised the surgery to speak to people who are experiencing issues with their broadband.
Monthly updates on Kirsty Williams' work will be available on this website and Kirsty's Facebook page.
This is to promote transparency in politics. Much of her work involves personal and confidential information that cannot be shared, but the video will provide an insight and should make it easier for people to know what their Assembly Member is doing.
Around 600 young people in Powys will benefit from almost £1m of EU funding.
The money will provide mentoring, coaching and training to young people facing challenges including low self-esteem, mental health problems and the effects of poverty.
Kirsty Williams visited HayDay Café in Clyro to catch up with its work.
HayDay Café provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for those with dementia, an associated condition, or their carers.