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Sixty Icon Blaney calls for retention of NI Housing Executive
Ballycastle Independent councillor Seamus Blaney has succeeded in getting Moyle Council to write to all the other local councils in Northern Ireland to lobby for the retention of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive and the Housing Council.
Ballymoney and Moyle Times - Posted 03/02/2014

Sixty Icon Social housing's clients should drive change - Cameron Watt
Eamonn McCann's piece on the Housing Executive (DebateNI, January 29) presents a highly partial and confused picture of our social housing reform process.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 03/02/2014

Sixty Icon 'Significant interest' in Shackleton Barracks, Ballykelly
There have been a "significant number of expressions of interest" in a former army base in County Londonderry.
BBC - Posted 31/01/2014

Sixty Icon Growth of 1.6% 'shows Northern Ireland's economy has turned corner'
A jump of 1.6% in Northern Ireland's economic activity during the second half of 2013 is further evidence of robust recovery, it has been claimed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 30/01/2014

NICEI: NI economy grew by 1.6% in third quarter of 2013
The Northern Ireland economy grew by 1.6% between July and September 2013, according to official figures.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2014

NI new house building 'still close to recorded lows'
The number of new houses being built in Northern Ireland is still close to recorded lows, according to new official figures.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2014

Sixty Icon Figures reveal 'desperate need' for Northern Irish housing, CIH say
More housing is ‘desperately needed’ in Northern Ireland as the private sector fell 700 homes short of the quarterly need, the Chartered Institute of Housing has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

More action needed on housing says CIH NI
Commenting on the latest Northern Ireland housing bulletin for July to September 2013, released today, Justin Cartwright, policy and public affairs officer at the Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland, said: “The trend in private sector completions continues to increase compared with the low point of mid-2012.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Northern Ireland Housing Bulletin: 1st July – 30th September 2013
The Northern Ireland Housing Bulletin is produced each quarter by the Analytical Services Unit of the Department for Social Development.
Department for Social Development - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon George Brown admits causing deaths of teenagers
A Londonderry gas fitter has pleaded guilty to causing the deaths of two teenagers by carbon monoxide poisoning.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon UN investigator joins Belfast roundtable
The United Nations official who sparked a diplomatic row by attacking the bedroom tax last year took part in a human rights round table on Monday.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon “Effective Board Reporting: Getting it right”
One of NIFHA’s key areas of focus this year is governance and supporting the sector to meet and maintain high standards of corporate governance and assurance.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Derry North West One plan 'could create 500 jobs'
Plans for Crescent Link in Londonderry could create more than 500 jobs, according to developers.
BBC - Posted 26/01/2014

Sixty Icon Upper New Lodge regeneration gets the go ahead
We recently held a consultation evening to update residents on the forthcoming regeneration of the Upper New Lodge area.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Welfare reform plan on horizon: Law expert says movement 'likely' in bid to safeguard public money
A blueprint for welfare reform in Northern Ireland is now on the horizon, a law expert has said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 23/01/2014

Revealed: How Northern Ireland is the capital of mummy's boys and daddy's girls
Most people in the twenties and early thirties are keen to find a place of their own, except it seems, in Northern Ireland.
Mail Online - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon NI unemployment falls for 11th consecutive month
The number of people claiming the dole in Northern Ireland has fallen for an 11th month in a row.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon More young adults in Northern Ireland living with their parents than anywhere else in UK
More young adults in Northern Ireland aged from 20-34 are living with their parents than anywhere else in the UK.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon Late implementation of welfare reform costs Northern Ireland £15 million
‘Penalties’ for the late implementation of welfare reform have knocked £15 million out of the Northern Irish budget this year.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Warning over welfare reform delays
Delays to welfare reform in Northern Ireland could cost the Stormont Executive £200 million a year in penalties by 2017, it was revealed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 21/01/2014

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