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Cardiff council tax rise to plug £25m deficit
Cardiff council has voted to pass a council tax rise of 5% next year in a bid to bridge a £25m budget gap.
BBC - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Response to the Welsh Audit Office report on the Housing Adaptations System in Wales
Care & Repair Cymru welcomes many of the findings and recommendations of the Wales Audit Office report on the Housing Adaptations System in Wales.
Care & Repair Cymru - Posted 23/02/2018

PDF: UK Finance: Mortgage Trends in Wales Update - 2017 Quarter 4
Welsh mortgage market shows steady growth.
UK Finance - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh mortgage market shows steady growth
There were 4,800 new first-time buyer mortgages completed in Wales in the fourth quarter of 2017, some 14.3 per cent more than in the same quarter of 2016.
UK Finance - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon CIH welcomes borrowing capacity talks
Talks are ongoing over the borrowing capacity of local authorities.
24 Housing - Posted 22/02/2018

Sixty Icon Housing adaptation system ‘complicated, reactive and unfair’
The housing adaptation system in Wales is ‘complicated, reactive and unfair’ and does not deliver for those who need it, auditors warn.
LocalGov - Posted 22/02/2018

The stunning and ambitious plans for Cardiff's Brains brewery site
The plans for the biggest regeneration scheme ever seen in Wales include dozens of new bars and restaurants and 1,000 apartments.
Wales Online - Posted 22/02/2018

RICS Awards: Wales Shortlist Announced
16 of Wales’s most innovative and community beneficial property projects have been shortlisted for prestigious industry accolades – including the overall Project of the Year title – in the 2018 RICS Awards, Wales.
Business News Wales - Posted 22/02/2018

Sixty Icon Unemployment rate in Wales rises to 5%
The unemployment rate in Wales has risen to 5% - higher than the UK average, according to latest figures.
BBC - Posted 21/02/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh Government should apologise to councils, minister suggests
The Welsh Government should apologise to local councils for "hectoring" them in the past, the local government secretary has suggested.
BBC - Posted 21/02/2018

Call for register for victims of child abuse in Wales
A record of children under four who have suffered physical trauma should be kept on a national register, according to a leading paediatrician.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2018

Brexit: Cardiff leader to press Barnier for 'strong links' with EU
Cardiff needs to keep strong links with the EU after Brexit for the sake of its economy, the leader of the city's council has said.
BBC - Posted 19/02/2018

Sixty Icon Affordable homes will be built in shipping containers to help with Cardiff's housing shortage
They will be built on land which was the former PDSA building in Cardiff.
Wales Online - Posted 19/02/2018

Sixty Icon Violence and poor parenting 'major poor health contributors'
Violence, poor parenting and isolation are new major contributors to poor health, according to the public.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2018

Sixty Icon Housing association’s fuel poverty work in North Wales wins trio of commendations
The team at Grwp Cynefin, which has saved tens of thousands of pounds for thousands of households, was recognised in three categories at the annual Wales Energy Efficiency Awards.
North Wales Chronicle - Posted 16/02/2018

Eight people arrested in Cardiff council fraud probe
The council says it is co-operating with South Wales Police.
Wales Online - Posted 16/02/2018

Sixty Icon Blaenau Gwent Gypsy and traveller site planned for Nantyglo
A new Gypsy and traveller site for 32 families is set to be created in Blaenau Gwent because of demand.
BBC - Posted 15/02/2018

'Apprentices should get same financial help as students'
Apprentices should get the same financial help with living costs as that offered to university students, an assembly committee has said.
BBC - Posted 15/02/2018

Enterprise zones in Wales face shake-up
Four of the eight boards that advise the government on Wales' enterprise zones are to be wound up this summer.
BBC - Posted 15/02/2018

Sixty Icon “Tackling loneliness and isolation in Wales is a national priority” – Huw Irranca-Davies
Tackling the causes of loneliness and social isolation is a national priority for the Welsh Government, Minister for Children and Social Care, Huw Irranca-Davies has announced today.
Welsh Government - Posted 14/02/2018

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