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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

Welsh Assembly votes to abolish Right to Buy
Welsh Assembly members (AMs) have approved a bill to abolish the Right to Buy.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Residential care savings limit in Wales to rise to £40,000
People moving into residential care will be able to keep an extra £10,000 of their savings from 2018.
BBC - Posted 06/12/2017

Conwy council four-weekly bin collection plan shelved
Conwy council's cabinet has voted to put off introducing a four-weekly bin collection service for the whole county.
BBC - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Denbighshire raises council tax on empty and second homes
Owners of second homes and long-term empty properties in Denbighshire will pay an additional 50% of council tax from next year.
BBC - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Fees ban confirmed by Welsh government with more details in 2018
The Welsh Government has confirmed that the country will ban letting agents’ fees levied on tenants - the same ban still formally under consideration in England.
Letting Agent Today - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Forty people taken from 'unsafe' Connah's Quay house
Forty people have been found living in an "unsuitable and unsafe" house during an operation in Flintshire.
BBC - Posted 06/12/2017

Sixty Icon Bill ending Right to Buy in Wales is passed by AMs
Legislation to end tenants' right to buy council homes in Wales has been approved by the assembly.
BBC - Posted 06/12/2017

Welsh Government 'sticking plaster' on health services
Sticking plasters are being put over problems in the health service by the Welsh Government, a senior AM has said.
BBC - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon Revealed: The North Wales care homes under threat for failing to meet standards
The Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales found that 10 homes were considered to be a 'service of concern'.
Daily Post - Posted 05/12/2017

Brexit bill: Change to devolution would be 'anti-Welsh'
A move to roll back devolution by the UK Government in Brexit legislation would be "anti-Welsh in the extreme", according to a Labour front-bencher.
BBC - Posted 05/12/2017

Betsi Cadwaladr health board waiting times 'could halve'
The number of patients waiting more than nine months for hospital treatment across north Wales should halve by March, the health secretary has said.
BBC - Posted 04/12/2017

Sixty Icon 'Work together' to change Brexit's EU Withdrawal Bill
Westminster's opposition parties should work together to change key Brexit legislation in order to protect Welsh sovereignty, Plaid Cymru has said.
BBC - Posted 04/12/2017

No presents or money for Christmas dinner – The grim reality of the festive season if you're on Universal Credit
Dad-of-one Alex Fennell is penniless and dreading Christmas.
Wales Online - Posted 04/12/2017

Cardiff council approves new role which will see manager paid £132,000
The new corporate director of people and communities role has been approved.
Wales Online - Posted 04/12/2017

Sixty Icon Abuse or neglect risk for 12,000 adults across Wales
Almost 12,000 adults are suspected of being at risk of abuse or neglect in Wales, new official figures have shown.
BBC - Posted 03/12/2017

Sixty Icon Empty homes: 'Blight' of 23,000 properties in Wales
There are at least 23,000 private properties sitting empty in Wales, with some councils bringing less than 1% back into use.
BBC - Posted 01/12/2017

Sixty Icon One in three people in a Welsh town 'are on anti-depressants'
The surprising statistic was revealed in a Welsh Assembly debate.
Wales Online - Posted 01/12/2017

Sixty Icon Denbighshire council discusses second homes tax hike
Denbighshire looks set to be the next county to ask owners of second homes and long-term empty properties to pay a council tax premium.
BBC - Posted 01/12/2017

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