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Foster 'should have been told RHI costs'
An official running a flawed green energy scheme has said it would have been "prudent" to advise Arlene Foster that the projected cost had risen significantly after her decision to proceed.
BBC - Posted 18/12/2017

NI budget briefing paper warns of deep cuts
Incoming ministers at Stormont could have to make deep cuts to some departments, an official briefing paper has warned.
BBC - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Focus on influencing Northern Ireland September - December 2017
Focus on influencing - Northern Ireland is a triannual round-up of some of CIH Northern Ireland’s influencing work, with information on related public policies.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 18/12/2017

Sixty Icon Broadband let-down for 60,000 Northern Ireland homes and offices
Almost 60,000 homes and offices in Northern Ireland still struggle to get a decent broadband connection, it has emerged.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 18/12/2017

NI politicians eye life after Stormont
MLAs disillusioned with the political deadlock are preparing for life away from Stormont, the BBC has learnt.
BBC - Posted 17/12/2017

Sixty Icon Michelle O'Neill believes the Executive can be restored
Sinn Fein's Stormont leader said she is hopeful that the institutions at Stormont can be restored.
BBC - Posted 17/12/2017

HIA victims 'cannot be paid without ministers
Victims of child abuse in residential homes will not receive interim compensation while the political deadlock at Stormont continues.
BBC - Posted 15/12/2017

Trade unions hit out at delay in 'miserly' pay rise for health workers in Northern Ireland
More than 55,000 health and social care workers in Northern Ireland are set to receive a 1% pay rise - but the long-delayed move has been slammed as too little, too late by trade unions and politicians.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 15/12/2017

Northern Ireland's housing market has 'momentum' heading into 2018
Northern Ireland's housing market looks set to end this year on a high though lack of supply will continue to be a problem in 2018, it's been claimed today.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 15/12/2017

Sixty Icon Housing market ending 2017 on a high
Northern Ireland’s housing market looks set to end 2017 on a high and to enter 2018 with a healthy momentum, according to the latest report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
News Letter - Posted 14/12/2017

Calls for £1m underspend in Northern Ireland dementia strategy not to be diverted from sufferers
Relatives whose loved ones are living with dementia have appealed to Stormont's health officials to continue to fund innovative projects they say have improved their lives.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/12/2017

Northern Ireland health workers to get 1% pay award
Northern Ireland health workers are to get a 1% pay award.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/12/2017

Civil servants introduce health worker pay rise delayed by powersharing crisis
Civil servants are to introduce a pay rise for health service workers in Northern Ireland that was left unimplemented due to the Stormont powersharing crisis.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 14/12/2017

Sixty Icon More than 55,000 health workers to get pay rise by April
More than 55,000 Northern Ireland health workers are a step closer to receiving their 1% pay rise.
BBC - Posted 14/12/2017

Editor's Viewpoint: Politicians must get act together to save our health service
A 10-year-old Co Down boy suffering from a urology problem that could be cured by a relatively routine procedure will have to wait four years for the operation.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland social care ‘collapsing in slow motion, report warns
The social care system in Northern Ireland is “collapsing in slow motion”, an expert panel warned yesterday.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 13/12/2017

NI health crisis: We can no longer avoid changes necessary to make care system fit for purpose
Every day in Northern Ireland tens of thousands of people rely on care and support services such as domiciliary, day, residential and nursing home care.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 13/12/2017

Sixty Icon Intimidation points are open to abuse and should be abolished
Points awarded for intimidation under Northern Ireland’s allocations system are outdated, disproportionate and should be scrapped, says Justin Cartwright.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/12/2017

Sixty Icon Growth in Northern Ireland private sector but concerns at inflation
The business landscape in Northern Ireland remains "encouraging" despite Brexit uncertainty as the private sector saw a fresh pick-up last month.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 12/12/2017

Sixty Icon Report recommends social care packages are means-tested
A long-awaited report into the challenges facing social care in NI has recommended that care packages in the home should be means-tested.
BBC - Posted 11/12/2017

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