Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced that Newcastle-Gateshead will host the Great Exhibition of the North.

Aberdeen City Council has announced that it is the first local authority in Scotland to be assigned a credit rating.

Research by the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) has outlined that Welsh councils could see their running costs increase by £200 million, in the next few years.

The Department for Work and Pensions has announced that a new public body offering debt advice, money and pensions guidance is to be set up support consumers making financial decisions.

A new initiative by Devon County Council wants to encourage an army of volunteers to fix potholes the council cannot afford to fix themselves.

Hundreds of extra schools should be built in England to cope with the school population bulge, say public sector buildings specialists Scape group.

Arts Council England has announced that funding for arts and culture outside of the capital will be increased by four per cent by 2022.

Newcastle City Council is considering a plan to remove almost all school crossing patrols across the region as part of £70 million budget cuts over three years.

Lincolnshire County Council is considering a move to cease providing funding to its main attractions.

The Accounts Commission has informed Angus Council that it must be more ambitious in making changes if it is to achieve its savings target.

Councils in London have generated millions of pounds from drivers who infringe on yellow box junction rules as a result of poor traffic management.

MSPs are set to examine the payments received by election returning officers in Scotland following calls for reform of the system, which sees some highly-paid council chiefs collect extra substantial sums of payment.

In an interview with the BBC, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said he will focus on spending on new homes and transport, ahead of November’s Autumn Statement.

Newport Council is set to double the amount of council tax on long-term empty homes in the region as part of a wider plan to tackle the issue of vacant properties.

Liverpool City Council has approved plans to sell Grade II listed Municipal buildings as part of the local authority’s attempt to generate £90 million of savings over the next three years.

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