We have no meanings for "work with councils" in our records yet.
They need to work with councils, health boards, schools and faith communities.
The Green Party would work with councils to implement the plans.
So our work with councils is focusing on making the economic case for services driven by disabled people themselves.
Mr Lotu-Iiga said the Local Government Commission would work with councils around the country to establish what was best for them.
The next step for the organisation is to understand those issues better, then work with councils to come up with solutions.
President Lawrence Yule says the Government will need to work with councils in places where housing is direst, like Auckland and Christchurch.
In seven "Pioneer Areas" the Welsh government is to work with councils, community groups and arts organisations to bring culture to the disadvantaged.
Working with councils in terms of their contractors on hotpoints.
Dr Banks works with councils throughout New Zealand identifying faecal contamination in marine and freshwater environments.
Mr Clough says the trust is working with councils to get damaged roads fixed in areas that need it the most.
He works with councils and transport providers to make the city more accessible not only for blind people but for everyone.
Snowball said they are working with councils, organisations and iwi to work out who needs help and how they can assist them.
A spokesperson for the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government said it was working with councils to understand the costs they are facing.
He has announced extra money and effort working with councils, charities and agencies to help the 7,000 under-25s who seek help for homelessness every year.
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