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Beragh to get £1.3m flooding defences
A contract has been awarded for a £1.35m flood alleviation scheme at Beragh in Co Tyrone.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/04/2014

Sixty Icon NI employment growth fastest in UK
Northern Ireland has enjoyed the fastest rate of business employment growth in the UK, a senior economist said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/04/2014

Sixty Icon NI health care 'improving' new study suggests
The Northern Ireland health minister has welcomed a new report that suggests the health system here has made significant improvements.
BBC - Posted 13/04/2014

£1.5m of Disabled Facilities Grants approved in Belfast
Since April 2013 our Belfast Grants Office has approved 216 Disabled Facilities Grants worth over £1.5m for owner occupiers, landlords and private tenants.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 11/04/2014

Ballymoney housing team gets new addition
Breige Mullaghan has joined our North Area team as Assistant Housing Services Manager in Ballymoney and Ballycastle.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon Building houses is about building homes and communities - McCausland
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland has stated that house building is not just about bricks and mortar but about creating homes and communities.
Northern Ireland Executive - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon Long-term focus crucial to solving housing crisis in Northern Ireland
Politicians must take a longer term view of housing if they want to make a real difference to the number of homes being built, according to Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) chief executive Grainia Long.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon £1.3bn Nama fire sale a 'shot in arm' for construction industry
The purchase of Northern Ireland's portfolio of Nama loans by US firm Cerberus is the "biggest single investment" in the history of Northern Ireland, the finance minister has said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon Belfast prices fuel two-tier market
Belfast house price rises are outstripping the recovery in other parts of Northern Ireland.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon Political spat over housing list
Sinn Fein has lodged a complaint with the Equality Commission accusing Northern Ireland's housing minister of failing to address a waiting list "crisis" which is hitting Catholics hardest.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 10/04/2014

Sixty Icon 1,000 Co-Ownership homes milestone in Newtownards
As the 1,000th couple to buy their home through Co-Ownership this year, newly engaged couple Chris McCune and Nicola McCulloch shared their experiences with Finance Minister Simon Hamilton when he paid them a visit recently to their Newtownards home.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 08/04/2014

Abuse inquiry: 'Termonbacca' head nun 'very caring'
A nun in charge of a Londonderry children's home in the 1970s was "very caring", an ex-social worker has said.
BBC - Posted 08/04/2014

Sixty Icon 300,000 will escape new Northern Ireland councils' big rates hikes
Up to 300,000 people are to quality for protection from massive rates hikes resulting from Northern Ireland's local councils shake-up, the Assembly has heard.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 08/04/2014

Sixty Icon Welfare reforms: Conflicting estimates may be assessed
The executive is considering appointing someone to examine the conflicting estimates of the impact of welfare reforms on Northern Ireland.
BBC - Posted 08/04/2014

Help us home in on housing cheats
The Housing Executive is committed to tackling housing fraud.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 08/04/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Social Housing Update - Northern Ireland - David Duly
Northern Ireland Social Development Minister, Nelson McCausland, has instigated a full review through the Social Housing Reform Programme - 'Changing Social Housing in Northern Ireland' - and consultation is now underway regarding the development of a fit-for-purpose Housing Strategy for Northern Ireland -'Facing the Future'.
Habinteg Housing Association (Ulster) Ltd. - Posted 07/04/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Supported Housing Survey 2013 - Summary Report
Helm Housing (hereafter referred to as Helm) has be en a registered Housing Association in Northern Ireland with charitable status since 1975. Helm is a not-for-profit organisation making a significant contribution to the housing community.
Radius Housing - Posted 07/04/2014

Sixty Icon Nama: The great property grab
A leading US investment firm has become Northern Ireland's biggest landlord after completing a cut-price deal for properties controlled by the Republic's toxic bank.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 07/04/2014

Nama Northern Ireland property loan portfolio 'sold for £1bn'
Nama, the Republic of Ireland's state-controlled "bad bank", has sold its entire NI property loan portfolio.
BBC - Posted 07/04/2014

Sixty Icon Alex Attwood: Sinn Féin pulled out of welfare reform deal
Sinn Féin agreed to a deal on bringing welfare reforms to Northern Ireland before Gerry Adams put a stop to it, a senior SDLP politician has claimed.
BBC - Posted 07/04/2014

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