Concerns over statutory work as hundreds of civil servants are redeployed
Penelope Endersby becomes agency’s first female boss seven months after Rob Varley quits
Ensuring staff are equipped to deak with huge workload is also an 'anxiety', says Clare Moriarty
Rollout of equipment in the early stages but come in response to a growing number of abusive incidents during site inspections
The 2017 Commercial Award went to a team who supported "22 feisty local authorities" to reduce waste through innovative technology and collaborative working. Naomi Larsson finds out more
Initial planning was “optimistic”, resulting in missed milestones, report finds
Straw poll of Prospect members finds more than three-quarters are dissatisfied with government’s handling of negotiations
Sources warn of danger that doubling charge to 10p ‘looks like profiteering'
Natural Resources Wales has had its accounts qualified three times over “unlawful” contracts with a sawmill
NICS challenge over High Court ruling to overturn incinerator planning decision rejected by Court of Appeal
Proposals include annual statement setting out the current state of fish stocks "based on the latest scientific evidence"
MPs demand answers after reports the department favours weaker powers than those currently exercised by the European Commission