Oxon's chief Joanna Simons on being in a media frenzy.
Adult social care bosses have warned that departments face an ever bleaker future than originally thought unless additional funding is made available.
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Health experts have called on local government and NHS organisations to 'abandon fiscal territorialism'.
Care bosses have welcomed the start of Dementia Awareness Week, which begins today.
New fast-track training programme for top graduates who want to become social workers launched.
Oxfordshire CC chief executive, faced calls to resign from her post amid public fury over child sex ring case in Oxford.
The Department of Health awards £1.8m to councils and their partners to improve health and wellbeing services.
The Labour Party has claimed care users are paying more per year for home care than when the coalition government came to power.
Shadow health minister Philip
Hunt assesses local government's
pivotal role in integrating health and
Chris Waterman looks at the record of the coalition government on its third anniversary.
Michael Burton reports on the key points of a debate organised by 4Children on the Spending Review challenges for children's services.
Paul Corrigan believes NHS reforms are not a 'tough and bold' idea.
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Thomas Bridge reports on the highlights of the recent debate by The MJ and Asidua, on providing user-friendly customer contact services.
Further sweeping changes to England and Wales’ 89 town hall pension schemes including mergers are on the cards from next year, it was confirmed this week.
Introducing the next MJ Future Forum on budget planning and preparing for the new Spending Review.
Isabelle Trowler is the newly appointed chief social worker for children and families while Lyn Romeo is the first chief social worker for adults.
Stephen Cirrell looks at the difference between community energy renewal projects and civic schemes.