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National Dance Company Wales funding probe backed by AM

6 August 2014 Last updated at 08:35 BST

The public must know where its money is being spent, an AM has said after it emerged funding of National Dance Company Wales is being investigated by a financial watchdog.

There are concerns over the way the organisation is run.

A confidential report for the Arts Council of Wales (ACW) said the company faced "a crisis in its governance and its management".

The dance company gets the majority of its funding - over £850,000 - from ACW.

Auditor general Huw Vaughan Thomas will examine how ACW has administered its grants to the company.

Plaid Cymru AM Bethan Jenkins asked the auditor general to investigate.

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