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Sinn Féin to be led by a woman for the first time in its modern history
Mary Lou McDonald will be unopposed when party delegates elect a new president in February.
The Guardian - Posted 21/01/2018

Sixty Icon New abuse law 'held up by lack of NI Assembly'
A new law designed to better tackle domestic abuse in Northern Ireland is being held up by the lack of an assembly, a charity has warned.
BBC - Posted 21/01/2018

Mary Lou McDonald set to be new Sinn Féin president
Mary Lou McDonald has been confirmed as the only candidate nominated to replace Gerry Adams as Sinn Féin president.
BBC - Posted 21/01/2018

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland's first 'social supermarkets' to open
The first 'social supermarkets' are to open in Northern Ireland to help people living in food poverty.
BBC - Posted 20/01/2018

Sixty Icon NI economy shrank by 0.1% in third quarter of 2017
The Northern Ireland economy shrank slightly in the third quarter of 2017 with the closure of the JTI factory likely acting as a drag on growth.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2018

Apology for Claudy bridge flood repair delay
Northern Ireland's Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has apologised for delays in repairing a County Londonderry bridge severely damaged in flooding last year.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2018

Sixty Icon Inside ‘disgusting house of horrors’ that NIHE rents to this mum with young children
No heating or hot water, filthy walls, a hole in the ceiling and rampant damp: mum appalled by NIHE’s.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon NI housing market on an upward trajectory in 2018 says survey
The Northern Ireland housing market is set to continue on an upward trajectory in 2018 according to a new market research.
The Irish News - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Anger over Belfast council go-ahead to church's £3m apartment plan
Residents in south Belfast have expressed their anger after City Hall gave the green light to a controversial £3m plan to build apartments at a church.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Small firms in Northern Ireland 'could lose £150,000' because of collapse of Carillion
Independent subcontractors and small businesses in Northern Ireland could be left with debts of up to £150,000 amid the collapse of infrastructure giant Carillion.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 18/01/2018

Northern Ireland secretary to begin fresh power-sharing talks
Karen Bradley says all five parties – including DUP and Sinn Féin – will be represented.
The Guardian - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon 'Lifeline' for Carillion to continue some work in Northern Ireland
Construction giant Carillion may have been granted a temporary lifeline in Northern Ireland, as it's understood the firm has been given a line of credit to continue some of its key operations here.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon Tough budget decisions despite political limbo
Efforts to manage the local economy are heavily dependent on the decisions of politicians who have responsibility for Government policy. Politics and economics are interdependent.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon DfC briefing on reclassification of housing associations as private sector bodies
NIFHA will host an important Member Briefing on the reclassification of housing associations as private sector bodies on Friday, 26th January.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 16/01/2018

Carillion collapse fuels fears for Northern Ireland jobs: No Executive means little help for staff, says MLA
Carillion key supplier to government - absence of institutions making help difficult.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Hundreds of NI workers face 'large-scale redundancy' after collapse of Carillion
Hundreds of Northern Ireland workers face the threat of “large-scale redundancy” after Carillion staff were sent home today following the collapse of the infrastructure giant.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2018

Carillion confirms NI staff will be paid, says union
Workers in Northern Ireland who are employed by the collapsed construction firm, Carillion, have been told they will still be paid, their union has said.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2018

'Disruption to services' following collapse of Carillion, warns Housing Executive
The Housing Executive has warned of disruption to services following the collapse of its contractor Carillion.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon NI firms 'saw strong finish to 2017,' says Ulster Bank
The Northern Ireland private sector experienced a strong finish last year, Ulster Bank data has suggested.
BBC - Posted 15/01/2018

Sixty Icon North west floods: Families still unable to return home
Dozens of families are still unable to return to their homes almost five months after flooding devastated parts of the north west.
BBC - Posted 15/01/2018

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