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New councils urged to ditch double standards over expenses and care fees

New councils urged to ditch double standards over expenses and care fees

The cost of overnight expenses and meal allowances claimed by councillors can be twice what local authorities pay in care home fees for vulnerable people, it's been revealed.

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£1m supreme court battle is an affront to the people of Wales

£1m supreme court battle is an affront to the people of Wales

A social care leader has slammed a £1 million court battle between local authorities and health boards that's depriving vulnerable people of much needed care.

Devon The Dog Prepares For Prestigious National Award

Devon The Dog Prepares For Prestigious National Award

The Crufts countdown has begun, and for Devon, a Crossbreed from Newport, and her owner Julie Crowley, it couldn’t be a more exciting time.

Surplus food from Tesco shops provides local charities with over five million meals, with 8,260 meals donated across Barry and Penarth

Surplus food from Tesco shops provides local charities with over five million meals, with 8,260 meals donated across Barry and Penarth

Tesco has revealed its food surplus redistribution initiative, Community Food Connection, has so far helped serve five million meals to more than 3,300 community groups and charities since its launch less than a year ago. This

Housebuilder supports Type 1 Diabetes research

Housebuilder supports Type 1 Diabetes research

A leading East Wales housebuilder has teamed up with a charity to help find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

Extra £10m won't stop social care meltdown

Extra £10m won't stop social care meltdown

A £10 million increase in funding for social care has been described as a "sticking plaster" that won't cover a massive funding gap.

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