The LGA will hold its Annual Conference and Exhibition at the Harrogate Convention Centre between 22-24 October.

Schools could have an extra £36,000 each on average to spend on their buildings if the Department for Education (DfE) had reallocated last year’s unspent capital budget, according to new analysis by the School Cuts coalition.

A five-year public health campaign to build a healthier food environment and protect children’s health has been launched in Northern Ireland.

Local authorities are facing a shortfall of almost £1 billion in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) budgets this year.

The mass closure of council-run centres, and the loss of specialist staff, have left many vulnerable families unable to access vital early-years support.

Only 450 of the recorded 19,456 on-street charge points in the UK have been adapted specifically for the considerations of disabled drivers.

Chief executives from councils across the country are set to benefit from a first-of-its-kind development programme.

The number of young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) receiving support from councils has reached a record high.

Bristol City Council has introduced a 7-tonne IVECO Daily CNG van as a new library vehicle to distribute books between its 27 libraries across the

The Association of Play Industries (API) has released an open letter to the next UK government urging them to invest in public playgrounds.

Staff working in children's social care will see their pay rise to at least £12 an hour.

Scotland's chief statistician has published the Council Tax Collection Statistics.

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