Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss has unveiled plans for four new prisons in England and Wales, creating 5,000 modern prison places to replace old and overcrowded establishments.
Norfolk County Council has been issued with a £60,000 penalty after it was revealed confidential files regarding vulnerable children had been left in a cabinet which was sent to a second-hand shop.
People in Durham have voted in favour of creating a new parish council for the city.
The DfT has announced a new £23 million fund aimed at accelerating the take up of hydrogen vehicles and roll out more cutting-edge infrastructure.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has said that full powers could be returned to Tower Hamlets council following a two-year intervention by central government.
Wirral Council has revealed plans for the transformation of Wirral through a £1 billion development opportunity.
Figures from the House of Commons library have shown that seven out of 10 of the council wards with the slowest download speeds are in Wales.
Leicester City Council, has partnered with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne to modernise IT and transform business operations.
A new report published today by a coalition of debt charities has called on councils to do more to prevent the use of bad practice by bailiffs.
Westminster City Council has raised concern over plans to install 80 phone boxes in locations across the city.
According to data collated via freedom of information (FoI) request submitted by the Campaign for Better Transport, £30 million of bus funding has been cut in last year alone leading to the closure of hundreds of routes.
Barnsley Council and Queensberry have announced a further £70 million will be invested in the Glass Works, a £120 million retail-led scheme which is aimed at transforming the heart the town.
Southampton City Council has saved more than 10 per cent on its annual tyre bill using the Crown Commercial Service tyres agreement.
A new Courier Services framework will provide public sector customers with a quicker and easier route for buying courier services.
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council has signed a contract with Capita One to improve integration between its computer systems and simplify data sharing across children’s services.
Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
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