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Sixty Icon Time against us on Brexit devolution deal, says Jones
Time is running out for a deal between the Welsh and UK governments over key Brexit legislation, First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2018

Sixty Icon Walis George career highlights on the eve of his retirement as Grwp Cynefin Chief Executive
After 26 years working in the north Wales housing sector, Walis George, Chief Executive of Grwp Cynefin housing association will retire from office this month.
Grwp Cynefin - Posted 13/03/2018

You can now make contactless payments to help homeless people in Cardiff
The money will be split between charities working with the homeless in the city.
Wales Online - Posted 13/03/2018

Brexit bill changes tabled by UK government amidst power row
The UK government has put forward proposed changes to the Brexit bill, despite a row with Welsh ministers.
BBC - Posted 13/03/2018

Sixty Icon Barry is a 'town without purpose in decline since the 1920s', says Cardiff councillor Russell Goodway
Politicians spoke about the importance of using Cardiff City Deal funds to spread wealth.
Wales Online - Posted 13/03/2018

Sixty Icon Extra bin collections are now taking place across Cardiff to clean up 'rubbish strewn' streets
There has been a week of disruption due to the snow.
Wales Online - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Family say they weren't told about a £4m gyspy and traveller site planned at the bottom of their garden
Mel Hughes says the plans will 'decimate' the value of his family home.
Wales Online - Posted 12/03/2018

Brexit not a vote to roll back devolution, says Drakeford
The vote to leave the EU was "not a vote to roll back devolution", the finance secretary has said.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2018

Dementia care advice for transgender patients drawn up
New guidance for staff caring for transgender people with dementia has been drawn up to ensure patients get dignified and compassionate health care in north Wales.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon A listening brief: an interview with Rebecca Evans
A few months ago Rebecca Evans was appointed Welsh housing minister under tragic circumstances. Nathaniel Barker finds out how she is getting on.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Progress but no agreement on Brexit devolution row
The UK government will press ahead with its own changes to key Brexit legislation without waiting for an agreement with the Welsh Government.
BBC - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Pembrokeshire agrees 12.5% council tax increase
Pembrokeshire council has approved a 12.5% rise in council tax as it seeks to plug a £16m funding gap.
BBC - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Paying to care for the baby boomers
In a guest blog, Daniel Davies looks at an idea emerging as the solution to meeting the cost of caring for an aging population.
BBC - Posted 09/03/2018

Welsh housing associations get a new code of governance
A new Code of Governance for Welsh housing associations has been developed, after an eight week consultation period with the sector, Community Housing Cymru has said.
24 Housing - Posted 09/03/2018

Response to Finance Secretary’s comments on funding for social care for older people
Older people’s Commissioner for Wales, Sarah Rochira, said: “Ensuring sustainable funding for social services to provide people with the care and support they may need as they get older is essential and I welcome the fact that the Welsh Government is exploring possible ways in which this much-needed money could be raised.
Older People's Commissioner for Wales - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Residents living on new housing estate say they fear homes will flood every time it rains
A number of properties in the Vale of Glamorgan have been affected by flooding and have suffered internal damage.
Wales Online - Posted 08/03/2018

PDF: The Right Stuff – Improving Housing Association Governance in Wales
The Regulatory Board for Wales is charged with advising the Minister for Housing and Regeneration on the performance of the housing association sector.
Welsh Government - Posted 08/03/2018

PDF: The Right Stuff - Improving Housing Association Governance in Wales
The 2017 review aims to identify the current state of play of governance within the housing association sector in Wales.
Welsh Government - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Regulatory Board for Wales publishes review of governance
The group responsible for scrutinising Welsh housing associations has published a review of governance in the sector.
Inside Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Council tax rises expected across Wales
Council tax is expected to rise in all Welsh local authorities from next month.
BBC - Posted 08/03/2018

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