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DONCASTER
Former deputy mayor Aidan Rave boasts of earning big bucks now as a local government consultant – but has he told the Child Support Agency?

DORSET and HORSHAM
Councillors who vote on planning issues without fully declaring an interest are put on the spot by the Localism Act, which claims its first conviction.

WINCHESTER
The Tory property developer who stopped a development in his backyard because it was too tall, doesn’t have a problem with tall buildings elsewhere.

EDINBURGH
The inquiry into why the city’s trams project was so grossly delayed and over budget is itself now, er, running late and costing more than expected.

MIDDLESBROUGH
Why a ‘rest garden’ dedicated to the memory of a man who campaigned for local open spaces is tipped to become home to a new supermarket.

SHEFFIELD
Council refuses to act over claims that vulnerable disabled workers are being exploited and mistreated at recycling centres for which it is responsible.



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