Significant loss to public purse due to unlawful activity and poor governance at community councils
Unlawful activity and failure to exercise minimum standards of financial management and governance at Ynysawdre, Llangynwyd Middle and Abertillery and Llanhilleth Community Councils.
Urgent action needed at community councils to address unlawful activity and poor governance
Unlawful expenditure and inadequate governance arrangements found at St Harmon, Magor with Undy, Llanmpumsaint and Sully Lavernock Community Councils in Wales
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