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Sixty Icon Wales still bottom of UK's Gross Value Added table
Wales is again lying at the bottom of a UK table measuring the strength of the economy.
BBC - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon Universal credit: Minister apologises for payment delays
Benefit claimants who have suffered problems because of a welfare overhaul have been given an apology by a UK government minister.
BBC - Posted 21/12/2017

Supporting young people into independent life
Bron Afon’s Own 2 Feet Living project was a winner at the Welsh Housing Awards – here I explain a bit more about our award-winning approach.
24 Housing - Posted 20/12/2017

Rhondda Cynon Taf scraps council tax for care leavers
Care leavers in Rhondda Cynon Taff are to be exempt from paying council tax.
BBC - Posted 20/12/2017

Sixty Icon Pushing the boundaries of devolved government in Wales
2018 should be the year for the Welsh Government to be brave on housing.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Welsh budget: Extra £160m for NHS and councils
An extra £160m over two years is being given to the NHS and councils in Wales in the Welsh Government's final budget, the finance secretary has said.
BBC - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Domestic abuse victims 'turned away' from full refuges
Hundreds of victims of domestic abuse are being turned away from refuges in Wales due to a lack of space, a new report has revealed.
BBC - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon 'High risk' homeless people won't be offered emergency accommodation in Merthyr Tydfil
Instead, council advice, is they should be given a leaflet.
Wales Online - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Higher council tax, parking charges and closing all public toilets - Newport council's budget plans
The council will be receiving public feedback for the 2018-19 budget from Thursday.
Wales Online - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Superfast Cymru broadband project nears end
Over 700,000 properties have been connected to superfast broadband since a Welsh government project was set up in 2013, according to Openreach.
BBC - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Lack of development plan in Flintshire 'puts green spaces at risk'
Flintshire Council’s failure to put a development plan in place is leaving the county’s land exposed to property developers, according to an Assembly Member.
The Leader - Posted 19/12/2017

Sixty Icon Number of rough sleepers in Cardiff doubles in 2017
The number of people sleeping on the streets of Cardiff has doubled in the space of a year, the council has said.
BBC - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon Ystalyfera landslip home owners appeal order to leave
Three householders told to leave their homes on safety grounds following landslides are appealing against the decision by Neath Port Talbot council.
BBC - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon Carwyn Jones says his kids are his inspiration as he sets 10-year target to end youth homelessness
The First Minister has today announced £10m of extra funding in a bid to see no child homeless by 2027.
Wales Online - Posted 18/12/2017

Exemption from Council Tax for care leavers proposed
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council will become the first Council in Wales to consider an exemption for care leavers, up to the age of 25, from paying Council Tax.
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon ‘There’s no life here’: a journey into Britain’s precarious future
Author James Bloodworth spent six months investigating our changing economy. In Ebbw Vale, he finds the human cost of the end of heavy industry and asks what the next upheaval will bring.
The Guardian - Posted 17/12/2017

Extra £10m to support Welsh Government end youth homelessness
Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has confirmed the sum to boost a “ten year mission”.
24 Housing - Posted 17/12/2017

Youth homelessness can be ended in 10 years, FM claims
Youth homelessness will be wiped out in Wales within a decade under plans launched by the first minister.
BBC - Posted 17/12/2017

Welsh Government commits extra £10m to battle youth homelessness
The Welsh Government has committed an extra £10m to go towards its goal of ending youth homelessness in Wales by 2027.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/12/2017

Sixty Icon Stronger families for safer communities
Charter Housing’s Stronger Families for Safer Communities project was a winner at the Welsh Housing Awards – here I explain a bit more about our award-winning approach.
24 Housing - Posted 15/12/2017

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