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  • Tell us: Is your neighbourhood in good health?
    People living in Wales are being urged to complete a short survey to help a major new study being launched by the Wales Audit Office into Environme
  • Slow progress made in addressing safety issues in mental health services for children and young people in Wales
    Children and young people accessing mental health services in Wales continue to be put at risk.
  • We need to invest in scrutiny to maximise its impact says Auditor General
    Auditor General for Wales - Keynote Speech -
  • Welsh Higher Education Finances In 'Sound Health' And Tuition Fees Policy Well Implemented
    The finances of Welsh higher education institutions are generally in sound health and, overall, both the Welsh Government and Higher Education Fund
  • Auditor General seeks views on enhanced set of audit principles
    The Auditor General is today publishing a consultation on a revised Code of Audit Practice and a Statement of Practice for local government improve
  • Wales Audit Office joins forces with Charity Commission to host good practice seminar for trustees
    The event, on 6 November, is being hosted, as part of National Trustees' Week, by the Wales Audit Office, in conjunction with the Charity Commissio
  • Appeal for patients' views on orthopaedics
    Orthopaedics is the medical specialty that deals with the prevention and correction of injuries and disorders of the bones, joints and associated m
  • New Wales Audit Office board gets down to business
    Newly appointed Chair, Isobel Garner, will steer the organisation as its Governance Committee and support delivery of the Auditor General for Wales
  • Public services facing "Tightest 7 years for public service spending in the post War period" says Auditor General
    Speaking at the Finance Leadership Network Conference at Cardiff City Stadium (10 October 2013) the Auditor General highlights the hard hitting dra
  • Sharing approaches to unscheduled care
    The blog draws out practice from the Wales Audit Office's recently published report on unscheduled care.
  • Auditor General publishes Improvement Assessment Letter and Annual Improvement report on Cardiff Council
    The Improvement Assessment letter considers the audit and assessment work undertaken at the Council by the Wales Audit Office, and  whether Cardiff
  • Future Pressures on Welsh Public Services
    The report Future Pressure
  • Welsh Local Government getting better at Planning, Delivering and Reporting Improvements
    Welsh Councils, National Parks and Fire and Rescue Authorities are getting better at connecting what they want to achieve with their plans and reso
  • Auditor General publishes his Corporate Assessment Report 2012-13 on Newport City Council
    Newport City Council is at a pivotal point as it begins to address longstanding weaknesses in the way it plans for improvement.
  • Pupil progress in Wales hampered by teacher absence
    Reports published today by the Wales Audit Office and Estyn have found that arrangements for covering teachers' absence in Welsh schools do