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ACiWAudit Commission in Wales
ACiWAge Concern Isle of Wight (est. 1973; UK)
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The Act transfers the audit and inspection functions exercised by the Audit Commission in Wales, in respect of local government and health bodies to the Auditor General.
Clive Grace, director general of the Audit Commission in Wales, said: ``This report addresses a significant and growing concern.
The report is one of a series of themed papers to be published by Audit Commission in Wales.
The environmental health department is described as a "fair service that has excellent prospects for improvement" in an independent report from the Audit Commission in Wales.
But the Audit Commission in Wales and the Welsh Local Government Association backed Clause 54 as necessary to prevent incorrect information from entering the public domain.
THE majority of councils need a substantial improvement in performance if they are to meet the Welsh Assembly Government's recycling and composting targets, says the Audit Commission in Wales.
The waste in other hospitals has been discovered by NHS spending watchdogs from the Audit Commission in Wales following an investigation into hospital catering services across the region.
The Audit Commission in Wales announced this week that the county's education service is of an excellent standard, the highest rating achievable.
Watchdogs at the Audit Commission in Wales criticised Conwy County Borough Council over its little-known countryside service.
Andrew Wood, lead manager for the Audit Commission in Wales, said: "Fraud and corruption in public services cheats the taxpayer out of a substantial amount of money that should be used to improve council services and the NHS.
Clive Grace, director general of the Audit Commission in Wales said, 'Diabetes accounts for around 9% of hospital costs in Wales as well as having a major impact on the lives of around 93,000 people and their families.
L Denbighshire's planning services are ``good, with promising prospects for improvement'', according to an independent report by the Audit Commission in Wales.
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