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Sixty Icon Strabane travellers claim they are living in squalor
Travellers at a site in Strabane, County Tyrone, claim they have been living in squalor since last year and are being denied basic human rights.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2014

Sixty Icon Video: Committee for Social Development Meeting 27 February 2014
The committee was established to advise and assist the Minister for Social Development on matters within their responsibility as a Minister.
Committee for Social Development - Posted 02/03/2014

Bold and brave solutions needed to tackle Northern Ireland housing crisis
‘Bold and brave solutions’ are crucial to tackle the housing crisis in Northern Ireland, according to the President of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). Speaking at the CIH Northern Ireland Annual Housing Awards in Belfast tonight (Friday 28 February), Paul Tennant will challenge ministers to work with housing organisations to put an “unequivocal and relentless focus” on building a new generation of homes and communities.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Bold and brave solutions needed to tackle Northern Ireland housing crisis
‘Bold and brave solutions’ are crucial to tackle the housing crisis in Northern Ireland, according to the President of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
HousingNet - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Mortgages for first-time buyers at highest rate since 2007
The number of loans advanced to first-time buyers in Northern Ireland has grown to its highest level since mid-2007, new data has revealed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 27/02/2014

Sixty Icon Latest Rural Matters published
The latest edition of Rural Matters, our magazine for rural homeowners and tenants, is out now.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland welfare spending 'set to soar to £6.3bn by 2019'
Spending on welfare in Northern Ireland by 2019 will still be nearly 30% higher than it was at the start of the decade – even if controversial reforms are implemented, a Civil Service memo has claimed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 26/02/2014

Landlord drops out of proposed three-way merger
A housing association has pulled out of a proposed merger of three of Northern Ireland’s largest social landlords.
Inside Housing - Posted 26/02/2014

Tom McFeely vows to 'overturn bankruptcy'
Savaged by the media and hauled before the courts, the name Tom McFeely has become synonymous with the worst excesses of Celtic Tiger Ireland.
BBC - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland housing bodies decide not to merge
Talks over a merger between three of NI's biggest housing organisations to form a new, single organisation have ended without agreement.
BBC - Posted 25/02/2014

Helm Housing merger plans on hold
Discussions on a possible merger between three of Northern Ireland’s leading housing organisations around the possibility of forming a new, single organisation have ended without agreement on a new body.
Radius Housing - Posted 24/02/2014

Belfast landlord's bid for super council election
A Belfast landlord is standing in May's council elections for the SDLP.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 24/02/2014

Sixty Icon Peter in finals for Housing Hero award
A Derry-Londonderry community worker is a finalist in the ‘Housing Hero’ category of the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Northern Ireland Awards 2014.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 22/02/2014

Sixty Icon Rent increase for Housing Executive tenants
Social Development Minister, Nelson McCausland has approved a rent increase of around £2.56 per week for Northern Ireland Housing Executive tenants.
Northern Ireland Executive - Posted 22/02/2014

Sixty Icon NI pensioners call for extra funds to end fuel poverty
Northern Ireland's pensioners' parliament is calling on the NI Executive to use extra Treasury funds to help older people keep warm.
BBC - Posted 21/02/2014

Sixty Icon 4.8% Northern Ireland house price rise contradicts verdict of Bank of England governor Mark Carney
New figures have revealed that Northern Ireland house prices saw a significant rise – just days after Bank of England governor Mark Carney branded our property market as stagnant.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon NI unemployment falls for 12th consecutive month
The number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Northern Ireland has fallen again, for a 12th month a row.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

Northern Ireland house prices show mixed picture
House prices in Northern Ireland showed an annual growth of 4% last year, but price growth stalled between September and December.
BBC - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Number of homes sold in Northern Ireland up 28%
The number of homes sold in Northern Ireland in Q4 2013 rose by 28 per cent on the previous year, a property price index revealed today.
Inside Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

0.25 rates decrease for Ballymoney
Ballymoney Borough Council has struck this year’s rates estimate at an amazing 0.25% decrease to the ratepayer.
Ballymoney and Moyle Times - Posted 19/02/2014

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