Press & Journal: 28 September
Over 100 jobs at risk as Moray Council look to implement severe budget cuts
Cuts agreed include reduced opening hours for Buckie, Forres, Keith, Lossiemouth libraries

The Courier: 28 September
‘No decisions’ to cut library hours, Leisure and Culture Dundee insist

Western Telegraph: 28 September
Pembrokeshire | Haverfordwest library to close ahead of town centre move

West Bridgford Wire: 28 September
Nottingham | Overwhelming support for new city library at Broadmarsh site

The Business Desk: 28 September
Relocation of Nottingham’s Central Library takes a step closer

Stoke Sentinel: 28 September
Staffordshire | The village library with 900 different services on offer

Stornoway Gazette: 28 September
Comhairle | Council has put decision on mobile library services on ice
Library services could be delivered via ‘community hubs’ in villages in the future

Somerset Live: 28 September
B&NES lays out argument for One Stop Shop and Podium integration

Warrington Guardian: 26 September
LiveWire told to repair damaged reputation following review

East Anglian Daily Times: 26 September
Suffolk | Views sought on library opening hours proposals

Midsomer Norton Journal: 26 September
Bath Library timescale revealed

Edinburgh Evening News: 26 September
Cuts threaten Edinburgh school staff, music tuition and libraries
Some libraries face “significantly” reduced opening times

The Bookseller: 26 September

Poole: ‘We should be outraged at assault on libraries’

Worcester News: 22 September
Cuts and staffing overhaul planned as Worcestershire County Council needs to save £17 million by March

Suffolk Free Press: 22 September
Long Melford Library launches consultation on proposal to extend opening hours

Daily Record: 22 September
New £1 million partnership centre opens in West Lothian town
West Lothian Council has extended and refurbished the community centre to create a new hub including refurbished library.

iNews: 20 September
Children’s services and youth clubs lined up for cuts in ‘worst yet’ council austerity
Bosses at local authorities have said that the “worst is yet to come” in cuts to services with libraries, public health, and highways and transport also in the firing line.

Public Sector Executive: 20 September
Major cuts set to continue as county councils outline £1bn in budget reductions, CCN says

The Leader: 20 September
Flintshire | Saltney residents ‘let down’ by failed plans for community hub
The scheme would have included a library.

Northern Echo: 20 September
Letters: Darlington library staff deserve to know plans for future

Bristol 24/7: 20 September
‘Libraries have a much larger role to play than the current remit

Blackpool Gazette: 19 September
Lancashire | Library’s new chapter won’t begin this year

Somerset Live: 19 September
Temporary home for Bath library during Podium works yet to be found
Critics of the move say several big questions remain unanswered

Bath Echo: 19 September
Bath & NE Somerset | Saltford Post Office set to reopen next week with new community library

Eastbourne Herald: 19 September
East Sussex | Eastbourne library on the lookout for new librarians
Volunteers wanted to fulfil the role of librarian

Warrington Guardian: 19 September
Warrington ‘leading the way’ in delivery of library services

Bristol Live: 19 September
Calls for Bristol’s libraries to be linked with museums

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