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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

Sixty Icon Disabled children in Wales are three times more likely to be abused or neglected
'Because I was different, other children used to say I was weird'.
Wales Online - Posted 27/11/2017

Sixty Icon Setting the foundations for a psychologically informed approach – a housing association perspective
We’re hearing a lot about the research and impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) at the moment, thanks to the great work of the ACE’s Support Hub, jointly funded by Public Health Wales and Welsh Government.
serenaMjones - Posted 27/11/2017

What’s the biggest issue facing the PRS? Anne Rowland of Rent Smart Wales shares her view
It is less than a week to go until our Future Renting Wales conference, and we’re looking ahead by asking some of the speakers to share what they think is the biggest issue facing the PRS.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon No days off for 'undervalued' unpaid carers
A man who has been his wife's carer for 10 years has told of the struggle to get a day off.
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

Guns blazing from local councils' leader
As speeches go, the one given by Debbie Wilcox to kick start the latest gathering of council leaders was all guns blazing.
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon Landslide homeowner's £20,000 Ystalyfera evacuation fight
A homeowner says he has spent up to £20,000 fighting to stay in his home after he was ordered to leave following a landslide.
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

Universal credit: 'Thousands' without Christmas payments
Thousands of new universal credit claimants across Wales face a Christmas without payments because of the minimum six-week waiting period.
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

NHS watchdog staff 'told not to criticise' Welsh Government
Staff working for Wales' community health councils have been told by senior colleagues not to criticise or embarrass the Welsh Government over plans to scrap the independent watchdogs, BBC Wales has learned.
BBC - Posted 26/11/2017

Sixty Icon Rent Smarts Wales: 4,000 landlords 'letting illegally'
Almost 4,000 landlords are still illegally letting properties after failing to sign up to a Welsh Government scheme which began two years ago.
BBC - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Bridgend's recycling rate is now 'the best in the UK' according to bin bosses
That's despite criticism that the waste scheme is 'shambolic'.
Wales Online - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Surprise quirk in stamp duty rules turns up the heat on Welsh buyers
Home buyers in Wales have been dealt a tax blow relating to the devolution of stamp duty to the principality’s government next year.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Welsh local councils call for 'freedom and flexibility'
Plans to force councils to work together should be dropped, Wales' local government leader has said.
BBC - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Movers and remortgaging boosted activity in Wales
Home buyers borrowed £1.17 billion, up nine per cent quarter-on-quarter and 16 per cent year-on-year.
UK Finance - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Conference Conversations: 5 questions for the housing sector to consider
It’s a week on from our successful annual TPAS Cymru conference and I’ve now had time to reflect on some of the fascinating discussions and conversations had with tenants from across Wales.
TPAS Cymru - Posted 23/11/2017

These are the £6 billion projects that could totally transform Swansea
If all these proposed projects are completed the city will look completely different.
Wales Online - Posted 23/11/2017

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