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Sixty Icon New superfast broadband drive for Wales unveiled
Firms will be invited to make superfast broadband available to more people in Wales by the Welsh Government.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2018

Council staff and leaders will be asked to tell minister what they think the future of Welsh councils should be
Local Government Secretary Alun Davies said the time has come to act.
Wales Online - Posted 30/01/2018

Crisis in council services for looked-after children, AMs warned
There is a crisis in caring for looked-after children in Wales, a senior social services official has warned.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2018

Sixty Icon 112,000 Welsh jobs at risk to robots by 2030, think tank warns
Almost one in four jobs in Welsh cities could be lost to robots by 2030 unless skills change, a think tank has warned.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2018

Sixty Icon Cabinet's rejection of housing motion 'highly regrettable' says AM Kirsty Williams
Opposition to a Welsh Liberal Democrat Motion put before Powys County Council this week, which called on the Council’s ruling Independent/Conservative Cabinet to use legal powers it currently doesn’t use to bring long-empty dwellings back in to use, has been described as ‘very regrettable’ by Brecon & Radnorshire’s AM, Kirsty Williams.
Abergavenny Chronicle - Posted 29/01/2018

Sixty Icon Wales is leading the way on improving tenant rights
Westminster’s drive to improve standards for tenants is following the Welsh Government’s lead, says Selina Moyo.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/01/2018

Votes at 16: Wales voting reforms see voting age lowered
People aged 16 and 17 could soon be able to cast a vote in Wales under plans to modernise elections.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2018

Sixty Icon £800k pledged to deal with Ystalyfera landslides
A grant of £800,000 has been made available to deal with a series of landslips in Neath Port Talbot.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2018

Sixty Icon Extensive work reveals the scale of the area at high risk of landslides in the Swansea Valley
It comes ahead of a public meeting being held on Monday.
Wales Online - Posted 28/01/2018

Sixty Icon Wales' council merger debate reignited by Alun Davies
The debate on the number of councils Wales should have has gone on too long and decisions are needed, the minister in charge of them has said.
BBC - Posted 28/01/2018

Sixty Icon A Gower village where an average property costs £338,000 is split on new affordable homes
A passionate debate about house-building in one of Gower’s most expensive villages has been renewed by a bid for 73 new properties.
Wales Online - Posted 27/01/2018

Brexit: 'Every effort' to agree bill's wording on devolved matters
A UK minister has told the House of Lords that "every effort is being made" to reach a consensus with the Welsh Government over key Brexit legislation.
BBC - Posted 26/01/2018

Sixty Icon Recorded crime in Wales rises by 12%, police stats show
Recorded crime has risen by 12% in Wales, latest police figures show.
BBC - Posted 26/01/2018

£100 rubbish fines considered in Rhondda Cynon Taff
People could be fined £100 if they fail to recycle properly under plans to cut waste in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
BBC - Posted 25/01/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh council becomes first to cut waste collections to once a month
The move has been criticised but the council hope recycling rates will increase.
Wales Online - Posted 25/01/2018

Council could fine people £75 for putting recyclable items in black bags
The proposal is part of a bid to boost recycling rates across Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Wales Online - Posted 25/01/2018

Housing needs
Monmouth­shire – and especially the county town – is often thought of as wealthy, but there are significant numbers of households who can’t access a home because of high costs and low incomes.
Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Review - Posted 25/01/2018

Sixty Icon Wales’ Right to Buy formally abolished
The abolition of the Right to Buy and Associated Rights (Wales) Bill became an Act of the Assembly in Cardiff today (Jan 24).
24 Housing - Posted 24/01/2018

Final go-ahead for Conwy four-weekly bin collection
Conwy is to become the first area in Wales to have four-weekly bin collections.
BBC - Posted 24/01/2018

Missed bin collections accounts for almost half of all formal complaints to Wrexham Council
Missed bin collections account for almost half of all formal council complaints over a six month period, according to a report.
The Leader - Posted 24/01/2018

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