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  1. According to a poll published by Eduserv, over half of major councils have adopted cloud computing in one respect or another.
    22-03-2013 by expo10
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  2. The New York City ordinance would require banks to provide information on reinvestment activities, including foreclosure and loan modification information, that would be used to evaluate the banks that want to hold city deposits. The Los Angeles ordinance
    17-05-2012 by lly000cone
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  3. A crisis in funding care for the elderly could lead to closure of parks, libraries and public toilets, according to the leaders of nearly every council in England and Wales.
    29-04-2012 by bonathalie and 4 others
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  4. A crisis in funding care for the elderly could lead to closure of parks, libraries and public toilets, according to the leaders of nearly every council in England and Wales.
    29-04-2012 by sofratzke and 4 others
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  5. Councils across Wales are estimated to have increased borrowing levels by nearly 80% to £256m over the past year.
    19-04-2012 by degunto
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  6. Councils which get more mothers breastfeeding and improve parenting skills are to get extra funds under a trial scheme.
    17-04-2012 by dodahlberg
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  7. Two councils are fined a total of £180,000 for breaching data protection laws involving a child sex abuse victim and other sensitive information.
    15-02-2012 by conehedz88 and 4 others
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  8. Two councils are fined a total of £180,000 for breaching data protection laws involving a child sex abuse victim and other sensitive information.
    14-02-2012 by bathingsam and 4 others
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  9. Up to a fifth of councils in England may not accept the government's offer to help pay for a freeze in council tax next year, a survey suggests.
    24-11-2011 by lmclerran
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  10. Councils in England have been conned out of at least £7m by criminals using information published on their own websites under transparency drives, a survey says.
    15-11-2011 by jsipp12345
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