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Four of the seven health boards in Wales once again failed to meet their financial duty to break-even over a three-year period, according to their 2019-20 accounts published today.
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Reports in the public interest issued today (30 January 2019) by the Auditor General for Wales highlight long-standing shortfalls at two community councils
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The Auditor General for Wales has today published reports in the public interest highlighting failures in governance arrangements and inadequacies in financial management at four community councils – Llanwnnen, Penally, Tirymynach and Whitford.