Local councils who chase families over unpaid debts may be ‘inflicting real damage’ to children’s mental health, charity warns.
Aylesbury Vale District Council transformed its approach to digital services and saved £4m by adopting the ‘simplify, standardise and share’ approach.
Tackling FGM at the local level
William Eichler debunks some of the myths surrounding FGM, and explores how councils can best identify and support those at risk.
Over 50,000 households have purchased a home in the last four years under the Government’s Right to Buy scheme, new figures show.
The next chief executive of Bristol City Council could be employed on a fixed-term contract.
Hull has launched ‘ambitious’ plans to invest £100m in cultural infrastructure in order to capitalise on its tenure as the UK City of Culture 2017.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is calling for more control over taxes and public services to match the powers given to the mayors of New York and Chicago.
The number of children being vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) by their second birthday has fallen for the third year in a row.
Drainage product and access cover leader, Clark-Drain, has added a choice of Road Gullies certified to the Highways Authority Product Approval Scheme (HAPAS) to strengthen its underground range.
Eurosigns were asked by their supplier, Lakeside Films, to create a concept design for that would show off their new V-8000 Emergency reflective material that was to be showcased at the NAPFM (National Association of Police Fleet Managers) Emergency Fleet Exhibition.
Leading figures from the public and private sectors will be discussing strategies to deal with non-native invasive plants at a national trade body conference.