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Five councils in London have agreed to work together to commission a new work and health programme.
A joint venture between Daventry District Council and Norse Commercial Services to deliver waste and recycling services is being considered for next year.
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils made history this month after becoming the first two districts in more than 40 years to approve a formal merger.
A London council has joined a Kent-based local authority licensing partnership in a bid to improve service delivery and save thousands of pounds.
The City of Wolverhampton Council and Anqing in China have agreed to work together to improve education, culture, business and health in both cities.
Harlow DC chief executive Malcolm Morley explains how councils can make joint working more successful.
Two west London authorities failed to work together effectively to support a woman at risk of domestic violence, the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) has found.
Library staff at Norfolk County Council will be helping people access police services as part of a six month pilot scheme.
Sheffield has agreed to the biggest Chinese investment deal outside of London in a move which promises the city millions of pounds worth of funding.