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THE GOVERNMENT has announced over 100 housing estates across the country that have been earmarked a slice of a £32 million fund intended to kickstart their regeneration.

A WAR of words has broken out between the three members of London's tri-borough partnership, with Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea blaming Hammersmith & Fulham for undermining the arrangement by making plans to break away.

LOCAL ROADS would need more than £12bn in investment to bring them up to scratch, according to new research.

PLANS to create a single "super council" for East Kent have been put on hold after Shepway District Council voted to pull out.

THE GOVERNMENT has announced over 100 housing estates across the country that have been earmarked a slice of a £32 million fund intended to kickstart their regeneration.

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A WAR of words has broken out between the three members of London's tri-borough partnership, with Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea blaming Hammersmith & Fulham for...

LOCAL ROADS would need more than £12bn in investment to bring them up to scratch, according to new research.