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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

NIHE under pressure over ‘weakness’ in homelessness approach
A damning new report from the Northern Ireland Audit Office has hit out at the Housing Executive’s work on homelessness.
24 Housing - Posted 21/11/2017

Sixty Icon NI Audit Office: Homelessness Strategy ‘has had limited success’
Measures to reduce homelessness in Northern Ireland over the past five years have had “limited success”, according to the region’s Audit Office.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Homelessness in Northern Ireland - November 2017
Homelessness can affect anyone in society. Contrary to popular belief it is not restricted to people who sleep rough.
Northern Ireland Audit Office - Posted 21/11/2017

Northern Ireland homelessness 'up by third' in five years
The number of people deemed homeless has increased by 32% in the last five years, according to the Northern Ireland Audit Office.
BBC - Posted 21/11/2017

Sixty Icon More homes needed for ‘Housing First’ initiative
More housing should be provided to support a pioneering scheme to address homelessness in Northern Ireland, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
24 Housing - Posted 21/11/2017

Calls for more housing to address chronic homelessness
More housing should be provided to support a pioneering scheme to address homelessness in Northern Ireland, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 21/11/2017

Unions want end of 1% pay cap and policies to aid economy
Trade unions in Northern Ireland are launching a new campaign calling for better pay.
BBC - Posted 21/11/2017

Michelle O'Neill rules herself out as Sinn Féin leader
Sinn Fein's Stormont leader Michelle O'Neill has ruled herself out of replacing Gerry Adams as party leader.
BBC - Posted 20/11/2017

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland firms working in 'atmosphere of uncertainty', warns business leader
Northern Ireland businesses are "shadow boxing" amid an "atmosphere of uncertainty" with a lack of devolved government and impending Brexit, it has been claimed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 20/11/2017

Gerry Adams announces plans to stand down as leader of Sinn Fein next year
Gerry Adams will step down as president of Sinn Fein next year, he has announced.
London Evening Standard - Posted 20/11/2017

Sixty Icon Gerry Adams to stand down as Sinn Fein leader next year
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has revealed he plans to stand down as leader of the party next year.
BBC - Posted 19/11/2017

Sixty Icon Social housing starts in Northern Ireland collapse
Social housing starts in Northern Ireland collapsed by more than half in the first quarter of this year, despite overall starts on new homes hitting their highest level in seven years.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/11/2017

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland housing bosses facing safety quiz over 33 high-rises
The Housing Executive is facing fresh questions over fire safety measures at its 33 high-rise buildings in Northern Ireland in the wake of the Dunmurry tower block blaze.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/11/2017

IN FULL: Housing Executive statement on Dunmurry flats fire
Following last night’s fire at a flat in Coolmoyne House in Seymour Hill, our immediate concern has been with resident.
News Letter - Posted 17/11/2017

Most tower block residents return home after fire, says housing authority
A fire at a high-rise tower block in Northern Ireland damaged 18 flats, the Housing Executive said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 17/11/2017

Sixty Icon Dunmurry tower-block fire: Residents returning home
The majority of residents affected by a fire at a Belfast tower block are being allowed to return home.
BBC - Posted 17/11/2017

RHI inquiry: Arlene Foster to be quizzed over key assumptions
Former minister Arlene Foster will be asked whether she questioned key assumptions in plans for NI's RHI scheme, the inquiry has been told.
BBC - Posted 16/11/2017

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