Public Sector News 


Social Care Today Meet the team injecting happiness into care homes – View
Care academy reveals quarter of carers have a disability – View
Study reveals care homes should be built away from busy roads  – View Worlds first brain implant fitted to control epilepsy seizures – View
Teesside care home trial cuts diabetes hospital admissions – View
Tech boost initiative for older people in East Sussex – View Environment Journal Weather forecasts should include human impact of climate change – View
Climate change disturbances linked to worsening cardiovascular health – View
Pembrokeshire enlists former oil worker to promote renewables careers – View Milton Keynes tops list of local authorities with most green space – View
Your summer holiday checklist must include water conservation – View
Lacking detail: Labour’s manifesto falls short on commitment – View NewStart The property sector should prepare for a Labour government – View
Should you re-open your Housing Revenue Account? – View
Barclays confirms new partnership to help green home improvements – View The simple solution to addressing the housing shortage – View
Study shows pubs closing at an alarming rate – View
Will cities ever see urban renaissance? – View Air Quality News The new Air Quality News magazine is now online – View
9/11 responders much more likely to suffer early onset dementia – View
Give 25% of kerbside over to more sustainable uses, say Possible – View Over 4000 London children are hospitalised with breathing difficulties – View
New project to breathe life into EV sustainability – View
Protect care homes with trees, study says – View infotecNEWS Labour and Conservatives face off with election IT promises  – View    
Manchester better connected by small cell mobile deal – View
Mobile ticketing for National Express West Midlands – View Scotland’s digital hypertension platform reaches 100,000 users – View  
Wandsworth takes action on e-bikes – View
Opinion: Driving sustainable change in the public sector – View