Angsley Council has warned that some its most important heritage sites could be closed if no-one chooses to take them over.

A plan to develop Fife Council over the next 20 years has been delayed because the authority has failed to submit sufficient information on its proposals.

Staff working for Orkney Islands Council are considering a plan to take industrial action over pay proposals.

Dumfries and Galloway Council have issued a statement apologising for a payment error, in which it took direct debit payments from a number of customers ahead of the agreed scheduled date.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has said the sugar levy on soft drinks should be administered by councils who would be better positioned to work with schools and communities to fight childhood obesity.

Wrexham Council has approved a five-year strategy to promote the use of the Welsh language across the region.

Liverpool City Council has received criticism for approving plans for a student block tower.

The Prison Governors Association (PGA) has called on the government to set up an independent public inquiry into the state of prisons in England and Wales.

Glasgow City Council has called for specific government action to mitigate the effects of Brexit, to avoid the greater Glasgow area coming to harm from any consequences of leaving the EU.

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

Lord Peter Hain, the former secretary of state for Wales, has said the plans to allow the devolution of income tax without a referendum is folly.

The public has issued support for plans to form a combined authority covering the Solent area.

New proposals have shown that there will be no forced mergers of councils in Wales, but they will be required to work together to deliver key services.

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.

Carmarthenshire Council has won an appeal against three Welsh language standards, meaning it will no longer have to implement them.

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