Communities secretary Eric Pickles has launched a guide designed to prevent ‘municipal killjoys’ and ‘health and safety zealots’ from spoiling Bonfire Night.
Government plans to take account of surplus earnings when people return to Universal Credit are to be reviewed by an advisory committee.
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In the midst of a highly unpredictable political landscape, party conference season has confirmed at least two certainties for cities after 2015, as Alexandra Jones explains.
The bedroom tax has hit council tenants in the north of England far harder than those in London, research has revealed.
Two local authorities in Worcestershire have agreed to share a chief executive.
Cardiff’s journey to becoming a ‘super connected city’ is about to enter its final leg with the launch of its own internet exchange.
Councils that reward people for recycling are far more successful than those who use compulsory schemes, new figures have revealed.
Latest figures have revealed huge variations in liver disease across England with rates four times higher for men in some local authority areas compared with others.
Two Toro Groundsmaster rotary mowers brought in by head groundsman Ian Osbon have reduced cutting time by almost half at Pangbourne College near Reading in Berkshire.
Dealing with large areas of dense vegetation, long grass, brambles and bracken calls for a tough mower.
Major new food, health and nutrition event turns spotlight on UK’s poor diet