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Sixty Icon 12.5% Pembrokeshire council tax hike moves forward
An option to increase council tax in Pembrokeshire by 12.5% has been supported by councillors.
BBC - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon A partnership improving support for vulnerable households
First Choice Housing’s Closer to Home project was a winner at the Welsh Housing Awards – here I explain a bit more about our award-winning approach.
24 Housing - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon Unemployment rate jumps in Wales
Unemployment in Wales has risen to 4.7%, in the latest monthly figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
BBC - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon Universal credit 'could affect building of new homes'
Rent arrears caused by delays in tenants receiving universal credit could hamper housing associations' future building plans, it has been claimed.
BBC - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon Economic action plan 'woolly words' - Conservatives
A new economic action plan for the next 10 years in Wales has been called "woolly" and short on detail by opposition parties.
BBC - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon Homeless turned away from Wrexham night shelter
Urgent meetings are being held by Wrexham council leaders to provide enough accommodation for homeless people sleeping rough.
BBC - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon Emergency food and fuel vouchers handed out as the latest Universal Credit rollout takes place
Swansea is the latest place in Wales where Universal Credit is being rolled out.
Wales Online - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon People buying homes in Wales for less than £180,000 will pay no tax from April
Tax rules in Wales and England will be different in 2018.
Wales Online - Posted 12/12/2017

Tax cut on Welsh homes worth up to £180,000
Abolishing the tax on homes costing up to £180,000 will benefit house buyers who need the most help, Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford has said.
BBC - Posted 12/12/2017

Geraint Davies MP calls for second EU referendum
A Welsh Labour MP is calling for a second referendum on the final Brexit deal because the "British people should have the last word".
BBC - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Schools across Wales shut as cold weather continues
More than 400 schools across Wales are to close on Monday after the Met Office issued a weather warning for ice.
BBC - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Landlords turning to Airbnb in Cardiff as tax hikes start to hurt
More landlords in Cardiff are letting out their properties as short-term holiday lets, making them no longer available for long term renting following UK Government tax changes.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon 42% of homes sold under Right to Buy in Wales now for private rent
More than 40% of council homes sold under the Right to Buy in Wales are now in the private rented sector (PRS), Inside Housing research has found.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/12/2017

Three homeless people describe what it's like facing Christmas alone
750 families in Wales could be spending Christmas homeless - including 1,300 children.
Wales Online - Posted 11/12/2017

Landlords ‘turning to Airbnb’ in Cardiff due to tax hikes
New research from the Residential Landlords Association has shown a shift from private lettings to Airbnbs.
24 Housing - Posted 11/12/2017

Sixty Icon Loneliness and isolation is one of the most significant issues facing older population in Wales
Loneliness and isolation is one of the most significant issues facing the older generation in Wales so Welsh Government plans not to publish its strategy to tackle the issue until 2019 is ‘disappointing’ says a National Assembly committee.
National Assembly for Wales - Posted 07/12/2017

PDF: Inquiry into loneliness and isolation - December 2017
Many older people live alone, experience poor health and are unable to participate in social activities without help and support, especially in rural areas. This leaves them vulnerable to loneliness and isolation.
National Assembly for Wales - Posted 07/12/2017

A&E attendances in Wales above one million a year mark
After a record year for visits to A&E departments in Wales, new analysis by the BBC suggests hospitals in Wales are struggling to keep up with demand.
BBC - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Loneliness and isolation 'significant issues' in Wales
Loneliness and isolation are some of the most significant issues facing older people, a group of AMs have said.
BBC - Posted 07/12/2017

Sixty Icon Council tax could rise by more than 4% in Swansea next year
It is to help plug another big funding shortfall.
Wales Online - Posted 07/12/2017

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