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Sixty Icon Welsh council would be 'reduced to ashes' if merger plans go ahead
There's been a mixed reaction from councillors over the proposals to merge local authorities in Wales.
Wales Online - Posted 22/03/2018

Brexit: Wales EU Continuity Bill passed by AMs
A bill to prevent what Welsh ministers call a Whitehall "power-grab" has been passed by AMs.
BBC - Posted 22/03/2018

Sixty Icon NHS pay deal: Jeremy Hunt urges Welsh ministers to match his offer
Jeremy Hunt has offered a £4.2bn pay deal to NHS workers in England, and has urged the Welsh Government to follow his example.
BBC - Posted 22/03/2018

Fly tippers could be fined £400 in Blaenau Gwent
Fly tippers could be fined £400 in a bid to tackle a rising amount of incidents in Blaenau Gwent.
BBC - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Future of families and industry at stake in Brexit, says Labour
Wales has more at stake as a result of Brexit than any time since the Second World War, Labour has claimed.
BBC - Posted 21/03/2018

Sixty Icon Ministers propose reducing number of councils from 22 to ten
Plans which could see Wales' 22 councils cut through mergers to as few as ten have been resurrected by the Welsh Government.
BBC - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Food bank use 'could rise after universal credit roll-out'
The full roll out of universal credit could see a significant rise in people needing emergency food supplies in Wales, the Trussell Trust has warned.
BBC - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Hollywood star heads home to help tenants
Michael Sheen has a new role and a big part to play alongside a housing provider in his home town.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Monmouthshire council's house-building strategy is a 'miserable' failure
A full review of Monmouthshire’s housing strategy has been ordered by councillors after the authority failed to hit their homebuilding targets.
South Wales Argus - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Rents for Swansea council tenants are rising by twice the rate of inflation
There are fears it could help push more kids into poverty but Swansea Council says many will have the rise covered in their benefits.
Wales Online - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon School closures due to snow in Wales on Monday, March 19
People are being urged to check updates with their school and on council websites.
Wales Online - Posted 19/03/2018

The shocking pictures that show a Welsh mountainside blighted by fly tipping
Furniture, children's toys and bin bags can be all seen.
Wales Online - Posted 18/03/2018

Residents warned of suspected council tax scam in Rhondda Cynon Taf
The scam claims people may be entitled to a refund.
Wales Online - Posted 18/03/2018

Call for NHS probe after rise in deaths in Wales
Researchers are calling for an "urgent investigation" into NHS mortality rates after 13% more people than expected died in the first seven weeks of 2018.
BBC - Posted 18/03/2018

PDF: Improving the Private Rented Sector in Wales - making it happen for landlords and tenants
In November 2017, the National Landlords Association (NLA) hosted, with support from Citizens Advice Cymru, a roundtable discussion on improving the Private Rented Sector (PRS) in Wales.
National Landlords Association - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing Minister Welcomes NLA Report into the Private Rented Sector in Wales
The NLA has published a report focusing on ways to bring about positive change in the Welsh Private Rented Sector (PRS) entitled 'Improving the Private Rented Sector in Wales; making it happen for landlords and tenants'.
National Landlords Association - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon How Newport became Britain's fastest-moving property market
Houses in Newport sell faster than they do anywhere else in the country.
Wales Online - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Mid Wales growth deal: 'No doubt about ambition'
Business leaders, farmers and colleges are being pressed for ideas to boost the economy across mid Wales.
BBC - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Mumbles is 'Wales' best place to live' in Sunday Times list
The best place to live in Wales is Mumbles in Swansea, according to a list compiled by The Sunday Times.
BBC - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Wales' housing crisis leaves councils with £8.6m bill for temporary accommodation
Shelter described the figures as 'a sad reflection of our worsening housing crisis'.
Wales Online - Posted 15/03/2018

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