In doubling its road budget, Glasgow City Council will fund £16million to tackle the Scottish city’s pothole problems.

More than £300 million has been granted to help young people from any background enjoy the benefits of music and the arts.

£4 million of funding to repair and improve Cumbria’s tourist trails following the flooding in the region has been announced.

The High Court has ruled that Cumbria County Council must pay a bill of £5.4 million following a dispute with a former contractor, in which it claims the work carried out was substandard.

Analysis conducted by the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) has indicated that councils spend £6.4 billion a year to deal with damaging social problems affecting children and their families.

Manchester City Council has given the green light to a plan to spend £330 million renovating Manchester Town Hall.

Figures from the RAC Foundation have shown that local authorities in Wales have made a combined profit of £13.8 million in 2015/16 from car parking penalties.

A number of staff employed by Dumfries and Galloway Council have been affected by a delay in their wages being paid into their bank accounts.

The Scottish Greens Party has published figures showing that 32 councils owe a total of £11.5 billion to banks and a scheme set up by the UK Treasury.

A new six-month pilot scheme launched by Croydon Council will see three local communities given more responsibility for services.

Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire councils have voted in favour of the West of England devolution deal.

The majority of the preferred HS2 route from Crewe to Manchester and the West Midlands to Leeds has been revealed.

The £600 million reduction proposed to the Education Services Grant should be reversed, the LGA has argued.

A report from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned that over 20 per cent of UK business leaders believe their employees had been forced to reduce their hours as a result of the high costs of childcare.

Government funding totalling £18 million is being offered to councils in England to speed up building of up to 800,000 new homes on large developments.

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