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Newport third highest in England and Wales on proportion of new homes sold
The proportion of new homes being sold in Newport is amongst the highest in England and Wales, according to a study.
South Wales Argus - Posted 01/12/2017

Sixty Icon Minister tells Welsh landlords – we need your help
More than 200 people attended the RLA’s first Future Renting Wales conference today, with Rebecca Evans AM telling landlords – we need your help.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 01/12/2017

Sixty Icon Welsh Assembly rejects amendment to delay Right to Buy ban
Welsh Assembly members (AMs) have voted down Conservative attempts to delay banning the Right to Buy in Wales.
Inside Housing - Posted 30/11/2017

RLA – Future Renting Wales conference
The Welsh minister for housing and regeneration, Rebecca Evans AM, will address the RLA’s Future Renting Wales conference in Cardiff today.
24 Housing - Posted 30/11/2017

Cardiff care leavers in council tax exemption plan
Cardiff could become the next council in Wales to exempt people leaving the care system from paying council tax.
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon Councils step up enforcement action against fly-tippers
Enforcement actions by Welsh councils against fly-tippers have hit at least an 11-year high, new figures show.
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

Carwyn Jones calls for 'active' role in Brexit talks
Carwyn Jones wants the Welsh Government to play a "full and active role" in any Brexit trade negotiations.
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

Child's care placement costs Welsh council £16k a week
One child's care placement is costing a Welsh council £16,000 a week, BBC Wales has learned.
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

A mum who suffers severe pain after brain tumour operation has had benefits cut
Wayne David has condemned the treatment of Sharron Jones.
Wales Online - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon The worst places in Wales to grow up poor (and the best)
How much people achieve in life can be affected by factors beyond their control.
Wales Online - Posted 29/11/2017

PDF: How can we keep older people in Wales safe? - A report by Electrical Safety First in association with Swansea University
More than half of accidental house fires in Wales are caused by electricity. This report finds that older people in Wales are disproportionately at risk of an electrical fire in their homes.
Electrical Safety First - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon People in Carmarthenshire are being offered the chance to own land the council can't afford to keep
The deadline is looming with Carmarthenshire Council wanting to offload the land it can no longer afford.
Wales Online - Posted 29/11/2017

Welsh EU Continuity Bill prepared, says Carwyn Jones
The Welsh Government has prepared a post-Brexit continuity bill, the first minister Carwyn Jones has said.
BBC - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon Conservative attempt to delay Right to Buy ban rejected
Conservative attempts to delay the scrapping of tenants' right to buy council homes in Wales have failed.
BBC - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon Older people in Wales are more at risk of electrical fires and accidents
A new report from charity Electrical Safety First, in association with Swansea University, has found that older people in Wales are disproportionately at risk of experiencing an electrical fire in their homes, with people aged 80 and over at least four times more likely than any other age group to be a casualty in an electrical fire.
Electrical Safety First - Posted 29/11/2017

Work to be carried out on site of Swansea Valley landslide as homes remain at risk
Experts say trees could pose a risk in any further landslips.
Wales Online - Posted 28/11/2017

Sixty Icon Carmarthenshire Council reveals it must save £31m in the next three years
Service cuts and job losses could be on the cards.
Wales Online - Posted 28/11/2017

Sixty Icon CBI Wales urges 'reality' in industry plan
An industrial strategy across the UK must be grounded in "reality" and focus more on major infrastructure projects, say Welsh business leaders.
BBC - Posted 27/11/2017

Learning disability misconceptions 'blocking employment'
People with learning disabilities are being blocked from work in Wales due to misconceptions, a charity has warned.
BBC - Posted 27/11/2017

Sixty Icon Pembrokeshire council tax 'could go up by 10%'
Council tax could leap by 10% in a move being "seriously considered" in Pembrokeshire.
BBC - Posted 27/11/2017

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