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Sixty Icon Stormont talks: Sinn Fein says no basis for them to resume
Sinn Fein has ruled out a return to power-sharing negotiations this week after a meeting with the Northern Ireland secretary.
BBC - Posted 27/11/2017

Our Homelessness Strategy
The Housing Executive accepted responsibility for dealing with homelessness in Northern Ireland in 1989 and since then we have published a number of strategies to address homelessness. The Housing (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 2010 also placed a legislative duty on the Housing Executive to formulate and publish a Homelessness Strategy.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 27/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Homelessness strategy for Northern Ireland 2017-22
For individual households, homelessness has many causes such as relationship breakdowns, financial issues, accommodation becoming unsuitable as people age, or people with a disability finding that their current accommodation is no longer suitable for their needs.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 27/11/2017

Arlene Foster reaffirms commitment to power-sharing at party conference
Arlene Foster has reiterated her party's commitment to restoring the power-sharing Executive in her speech at the DUP's party conference.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 27/11/2017

Arlene Foster to reaffirm NI power-sharing goal
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster is expected to reaffirm her commitment to power sharing when she addresses the party's annual conference later.
BBC - Posted 25/11/2017

Sixty Icon Councillor's fury at 'irrational' housing offers to homeless
A Belfast councillor yesterday claimed that the Housing Executive offered a homeless Belfast woman a place in a hostel in Londonderry.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Belfast home to half of NI's 100 most deprived areas
New official analysis has identified Northern Ireland's 100 most deprived areas with Belfast accounting for half the list.
BBC - Posted 24/11/2017

Sixty Icon Borrowing by movers up 16 per cent in Northern Ireland
Home buyers borrowed £480 million, up 12 per cent on the second quarter of 2017 and 20 per cent compared to the third quarter last year.
UK Finance - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Lack of executive may not derail city deal
A city deal for Belfast, which would allow it to have powers to create economic growth, is dependent on the restoration of the NI Executive.
BBC - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon NI providers to have less than four months to spend Supporting People cash
Housing associations and charities in Northern Ireland will have less than four months to spend cash reinstated to the Supporting People budget after an earlier 5% cut.
Inside Housing - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Fears housing recovery 'running out of steam' as Northern Ireland new home starts down by 15%
Work started on 1,723 new homes in Northern Ireland in the third quarter of the year, latest figures show.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon Budget 2017: Hammond pledges £650m for Northern Ireland Executive
Chancellor Philip Hammond unveiled his Budget promising to invest in technology, provide further funding for devolved authorities, business and the NHS and to continue restoring the public finances.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 23/11/2017

Sixty Icon NI housing associations spend £289m to meet targets
In the last year, Northern Ireland’s 20 housing associations spent £289m, delivered more than 1,600 new social rented homes, and helped just under 700 people to purchase their first home.
24 Housing - Posted 22/11/2017

Sixty Icon Budget: Extra money for Northern Ireland unlikely
The Chancellor's budget is unlikely to mean much extra spending power for Northern Ireland.
BBC - Posted 22/11/2017

Unions launch bid to scrap 1% public sector salary cap
Trade unionists have launched their most significant campaign against low pay in Northern Ireland since the 2011 anti-austerity protests.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/11/2017

Calls for Chancellor to tackle 'long-term problems' in Budget
The Chancellor has been urged to address the long-term problems thwarting economic growth in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK when he publishes his Budget tomorrow.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/11/2017

Sixty Icon Spiralling homeless issue costs £300m in five years in Northern Ireland
The cost of dealing with Northern Ireland's homeless problem has topped £300m in the last five years.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/11/2017

Sixty Icon Brexit: Northern Ireland will leave on same terms as rest of UK, insists DUP chief Foster
Arlene Foster has said Northern Ireland will leave the EU on the same terms as the rest of the UK.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/11/2017

Northern Ireland business rates bills to be recalculated
Business properties in Northern Ireland, including shops, offices and factories, are to be re-valued for the purpose of calculating rates bills.
BBC - Posted 22/11/2017

Richard Haass: 'Northern Ireland at crisis point'
A US diplomat has said NI politicians who supported Brexit made an "historic mistake".
BBC - Posted 22/11/2017

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