They also yearn for local newsrooms to connect them.
We look forward to furthering the relationships between local community radio and BBC local radio going forward.”
One former local news editor has estimated that 80 per cent of jobs in local newsrooms disappeared between 2006 and 2016.
Local governments, especially Indigenous local governments, should be given more support for tackling these issues, she says.
Healthy local democracy requires healthy local journalism.
Many needs are local in nature, and, even when the needs are general, their satisfaction may depend heavily on local conditions.
Local winds exert a pronounced influence on local climate and are themselves affected by local weather conditions.
Local taxes do not raise sufficient funds to cover expenditure, so that local authorities are very dependent on grants from the central government.
In the following, we will call the properties classified as intrinsic by (3) local properties, and call the properties classified by (3) as not intrinsic non-local properties.
In 2012, DMGT sold its local newspaper operations to Montgomery’s Local World, a joint venture comprising more than 100 regional titles, which was valued at £100m at the time.
“Local businesses want to promote a scheme where they buy from each other and consumers think local, they just don’t need a local currency to do that,” he says.
“Local, Local, Local,” reads one section of the memo, which was first circulated in January, according to a McClatchy spokeswoman, but had not been previously reported.
Local government reform in the Balkans has some pertinent lessons for English devolution, as we discovered on a Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) tour across Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania in partnership with the Kosovo Local Government Institute.
Asked about comments from the mayor of Middlesbrough who said there had been a "frightening lack of communication with local government" over local lockdowns, Mr Johnson disagreed, adding: "We work very closely with local government across the country."
The Local Democracy Reporting Service (LDRS) said local government minister Luke Hall has written to metro mayor Tim Bowles and councillors in the four local authorities, saying the "potential for an expanded Weca" could "substantially benefit the people and businesses there".
But local government cannot be revived without the capacity for local councils to make a difference, and without local communities (including business) being able to see a much closer relationship between local-spending decisions and local taxation.
The pitch claims that its local system is designed to integrate with the national system “so that, once live, data can be transferred seamlessly from the national to local system for more complex local testing, or where a personal visit or local knowledge is required”.
The announcement comes after local authority figures welcomed the increased powers for local governments, with James Jamieson, the chair of the Local Government Association saying “councils know their local communities best and know how to address each unique outbreak”.
"If you look at what we are doing with some of the local social distancing measures that we are bringing back in, that's entirely driven by our ability to detect cases through local test and trace, working with our local authorities and taking the right local measures," he said.
England's Minister for Local Government, Simon Clarke, said the £3.2bn funding already given to local authorities was "part of a wider package of support from across government for local communities and businesses - totalling over £27 billion - including grants, business rate relief and for local transport".
- public transport consisting of a bus or train that stops at all stations or stops
Example: the local seemed to take forever to get to New York
- relating to or applicable to or concerned with the administration of a city or town or district rather than a larger area
Example: local taxes
- of or belonging to or characteristic of a particular locality or neighborhood
Example: local customs
- anesthetic that numbs a particular area of the body
- affecting only a restricted part or area of the body
Example: local anesthesia
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England's Minister for Local Government Simon Clarke said the £32bn funding already given to local authorities was part of a wider package of support from across government for local communities and businesses - totalling over £27 billion - including grants business rate relief and for local transport