Posts From July, 2012

Rail electrification is great news for Wales 

The announcement of the electrification of the London to Swansea and connecting valley rail lines has been welcomed by the WLGA as a huge step towards improving economic growth and competitiveness in Wales. The five year programme of rail... read more
 
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 Categories: News

Local Government delegation visits Brussels for talks on vital EU funding 

At a crucial time in the negotiations on future EU funding, a local government delegation from Wales has this week travelled to Brussels to meet with Commission officials and MEPs. EU funding is vital to Welsh communities and as the current seven ... read more
 
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 Categories: News

WLGA challenges TaxPayers' Alliance pension report 

The Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) has today criticised a TaxPayers’ Alliance report that suggests the local government pension scheme suffers from an imbalance in the amount of council staff drawing their pension compared to those... read more
 
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 Categories: News

Cardiff Council wins two national scrutiny awards 

Cardiff Council’s scrutiny team is celebrating winning not one, but two of the seven accolades handed out at the national ‘Good Scrutiny’ awards ceremony. The 2011 Scrutiny task and finish inquiry into Cardiff’s Night-time Economy” won the... read more
 
Friday, 06 July 2012 Categories: News

Councils meet to put education right in Wales 

A major Welsh education conference is set to focus on the lessons that can be learned from other countries around the world to help improve education outcomes in Wales. The ‘Getting Education in Wales Right’ conference, hosted by the Welsh... read more
 
Thursday, 05 July 2012 Categories: News

WLGA elects new leadership 

Following the sweeping changes of local government elections in May, the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) has elected its new political leadership. Representing all 22 local councils in Wales, the WLGA promotes local government and... read more
 
Monday, 02 July 2012 Categories: News
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