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First £50m of 'DUP deal' cash to be released
The first £50m of the £1bn deal agreed under the DUP-Tory pact will be released in this financial year, the Northern Ireland secretary has said.
BBC - Posted 14/11/2017

Sixty Icon Consultation launched on proposed changes to the Affordable Warmth Scheme
The Department for Communities has launched a public consultation on proposed changes to the Affordable Warmth Scheme.
Department for Communities - Posted 13/11/2017

NI Budget Bill to be passed into law at Westminster
Northern Ireland's budget will be passed into law at Westminster later on Monday after 10 months without a devolved executive at Stormont.
BBC - Posted 13/11/2017

Sixty Icon Racially motivated crimes now exceed sectarian ones in Northern Ireland
Figures from the PSNI also show that 83% of recorded race hate crimes do not result in a prosecution or warning.
The Guardian - Posted 13/11/2017

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland foodbanks have seen an eight per cent rise in handouts
Trussel Trusts say they fear problem will get worse thanks to ongoing benefit system changes.
Belfast Live - Posted 13/11/2017

Stormont deadlock: Theresa May calls NI political parties
The Prime Minister Theresa May has urged the DUP and Sinn Fein to "bridge the gaps" in the outstanding issues holding up progress in the Stormont talks.
BBC - Posted 11/11/2017

Sixty Icon PIP disability benefit: Concerns raised over NI assessments
More than 12,000 people in Northern Ireland have challenged the Department for Communities over the outcome of their initial PIP assessment.
BBC - Posted 11/11/2017

RHI inquiry: DUP advisers 'stopped scheme decisions'
DUP special advisers worked to stop decisions being taken about a botched energy scheme as it came under huge budget pressure, the public inquiry into the scheme has heard.
BBC - Posted 09/11/2017

Northern Ireland's £94m bill for medical negligence
The bill for ongoing medical negligence cases hit £94m in the last financial year, government statistics reveal.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 09/11/2017

Sixty Icon RHI scandal: Arlene Foster wanted scheme 'launched without delay'
Officials pushed ahead with the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme against the advice of experts because their then minister Arlene Foster wanted it launched without delay, the RHI inquiry has heard.
BBC - Posted 08/11/2017

Sixty Icon Belfast slips down PwC economy index of UK cities
Belfast has slipped from 5th to 30th position in two years in a ranking of the economic performance of UK cities.
BBC - Posted 08/11/2017

Sixty Icon Third of Northern Ireland DLA claimants' benefits stopped
More than a third of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) claimants in Northern Ireland have had their benefit stopped after being reassessed for the new Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
BBC - Posted 08/11/2017

Sixty Icon Bricks thrown at windows and door kicked in Belfast race hate crime
Police in south Belfast are appealing for witnesses following two hate crime incidents on Monday night.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 08/11/2017

N Ireland health service can pay £120 an hour for agency nurses due to shortages
Northern Ireland’s cash-strapped health service is paying up to £120 an hour for agency nurses as it struggles to plug chronic staff shortages, it can be revealed.Hospitals and clinics are becoming increasingly reliant on agency nurses due to difficulties in filling staff posts.
Mail Online - Posted 07/11/2017

Sixty Icon RHI scandal: Public inquiry to begin at Stormont
The independent public inquiry into a flawed green energy scheme which helped collapse the Stormont Assembly is due to get under way on Tuesday.
BBC - Posted 07/11/2017

Sixty Icon 2,000 intimidated from their homes in Northern Ireland - but only 32 convictions
New figures show almost 2,000 incidents of people being forced from their homes in Northern Ireland over the past five years.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 07/11/2017

Sixty Icon 'Difficult to imagine' NI in single market post-Brexit
The secretary of state has said it is "difficult to imagine" Northern Ireland remaining in the EU's single market and customs union after Brexit.
BBC - Posted 07/11/2017

2,000 people 'intimidated out of homes'
More than 2,000 housing intimidation cases - where people were forced out of home by threats - have been acted upon by the Housing Executive since 2012.
BBC - Posted 06/11/2017

Sixty Icon Reclassification reversal will not apply to Northern Ireland
The Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) decision to provisionally reverse its reclassification of housing associations will apply to Scotland and Wales but not Northern Ireland.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/11/2017

Elderly patients face upheaval as Northern Ireland care home to close
Sixteen elderly residents were facing disruption last night after a privately-owned home announced it was closing.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 06/11/2017

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