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The established ways of thinking about and addressing failure in local government are no longer fit for purpose, a new discussion paper has warned.
The Welsh government yesterday announced that £2m would be made available to local authorities to help them deliver play opportunities for children in their areas.
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January. Claudia Hyde of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust explains how councils can mark the occasion.
With shares in outsourcer Interserve falling to an all-time low, is another market failure on the cards? Mark Whitehead explores.
Almost a third of families in England live in areas where most or all of the local primary schools are faith-based, new research has revealed.
Former chancellor George Osborne has voiced sympathy with Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson’s decision to quit the Northern Powerhouse Partnership.
The delivery of home adaptations designed to help disabled and older people varies from area to area and often lacks any integrated decision making, according to an independent Government review.
The low fees paid to care providers by overstretched local authorities are impacting on care staff and are forcing them to hand back contracts, a new report has found.
Government rules to allow developers to convert offices into housing without planning permission has led to communities missing out on 10,000 affordable homes in the past three years, council leaders have warned
A primary school in Kent has opted for brand new low surface temperature (LST) radiators from Merriott as part of a complete overhaul of its antiquated, underperforming heating system.
Health Safety and Environmental Consultant, Matthew Brown has rented a TSI QUEST EVM-7, one of the latest indoor air quality monitors from Ashtead Technology.
Cistermiser have updated their market-leading IRC® infrared urinal flushing control valve, with improved aesthetics and an array of practical new design features.