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Mark Whitehead finds out why two London councils have defied the Government by continuing to publish their own fortnightly newspapers.
Will a voluntary tax from the wealthiest residents in Westminster succeed in generating extra funding for services? Mark Whitehead reports.
Sarah Wilson explains the benefits of councils having a standard approach to project management.
District councils across England are focused on improving lives and solving problems, writes Cllr John Fuller.
Why are many local authorities being left with ineffective checks on the financial position of contractors? Richard Brooks explains.
Localism is a marathon, not a sprint, writes Lord Kerslake. Quick fixes through legislation will not be enough.
With all three unions rejecting the pay offer to local government staff, just what chance do they have of winning more money for council workers? Mark Whitehead explores.
Alastair Graham explains how prepaid schemes can help councils save money, reduce digital exclusion and increase security.
With a tax based on 1991 property values, the decks are firmly stacked against a sector that is already facing a cliff edge in 2020, writes Jo Miller.
With the news that no new devolution deals were agreed last year, Mark Whitehead explores why the policy seems to have come to a grinding halt.