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Oldham Chronicle
Carry on over glampinginclude a block with toilet, shower, disabled facilities, a separate communal k
Carry on over glamping
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
include a block with toilet, shower, disabled facilities, a separate communal kitchen and an office/site shop with staff accommodation. One of the the objectors, former OMBC councillor Lynne Thompson who lives on Stoneswood Road, said:"The site... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
MPs too busy investing to sort out housing crisisto ramp up the rent to cover the mortgage and drive out the current tenants, I
MPs too busy investing to sort out housing crisis
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
to ramp up the rent to cover the mortgage and drive out the current tenants, I knew I wasn't cut out to be a landlord. My elderly neighbours were turfed out anyway. But not by me. My feelings were no doubt coloured by prior experiences of renting... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Families fight to save respite centreraised concerns after inspecting the centre over Easter. Its full findings hav
Families fight to save respite centre
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 5 days ago
raised concerns after inspecting the centre over Easter. Its full findings have not yet been published or presented to the council but it has ordered the centre to suspend admissions. Respite bookings have been cancelled and three people who were... Read more
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BBC News
Changing attitudes of a German cityclosed." Many of the migrants and refugees who arrived at the Red Cross transi
Changing attitudes of a German city
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
closed." Many of the migrants and refugees who arrived at the Red Cross transit camps have now been rehoused in private accommodation. By late April, 1,721 migrants were living in homes provided for by the city council. A further 1,092 were... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Caravans for gypsy families could be built at site in the Ribble Valleydozen caravans for gypsy families could be built at a site in the Ribble Valley
Caravans for gypsy families could be built at site in the Ribble Valley
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
dozen caravans for gypsy families could be built at a site in the Ribble Valley. Plans have been submitted to the borough council to construct 13 residential caravans at Acorn Lodge, Clayton-le-Dale, by applicant Naomi Beard. MORE TOP... Read more
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Breitbart
WATCH: Furious Residents Oppose Migrant Centre Plans: ‘We Feel Overrun’furious town hall meeting between concerned locals and government functionaries
WATCH: Furious Residents Oppose Migrant Centre Plans: ‘We Feel Overrun’
Breitbart / Posted 8 days ago
furious town hall meeting between concerned locals and government functionaries, as plans were announced to build migrant accommodation close to a primary school. Plans to establish a new “barracks” for 350 newcomers just yards from a primary... Read more
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Spalding Today
A ‘first’ in Spalding with affordable extra care homes on way?people could be built on King’s Road, Spalding, with the first scheme of its ki
A ‘first’ in Spalding with affordable extra care homes on way?
Spalding Today / Posted 9 days ago
people could be built on King’s Road, Spalding, with the first scheme of its kind in South Holland. The district council is paving the way for a development on the opposite side of the roundabout to the Sainsbury’s filling station by... Read more
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iol.co.za
Samaritan ‘threatened’ by City of Cape TownCape Town - A builder who spent his own money repairing a derelict city-owned p
Samaritan ‘threatened’ by City of Cape Town
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
Cape Town - A builder who spent his own money repairing a derelict city-owned property in Bo-Kaap occupied by an elderly, frail woman, says the City of Cape Town has threatened to prosecute him because it is a heritage building. Last month, the Cape... Read more
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The News & Observer
Cutting through the liberal propaganda on HB 2HB 2 The truth is that HB2 made very few substantive changes to North Carolina
Cutting through the liberal propaganda on HB 2
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
HB 2 The truth is that HB2 made very few substantive changes to North Carolina law HB2 was passed to rein in a rogue city council in Charlotte that acted beyond its legal authority With respect to employment discrimination, HB2 clarifies the... Read more
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Express and Star
Labour vow to build Walsall community centre sparks row as it's less than a minute from current centre « Express & Starwere unable to save the Ryecroft Resource Centre. If we win control on May 5 we
Labour vow to build Walsall community centre sparks row as it's less than a minute from current centre « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 12 days ago
were unable to save the Ryecroft Resource Centre. If we win control on May 5 we will rebuild a new community centre for our elderly and local community's use on this now derelict land." The move has been slammed by Blakenall councillor Pete Smith... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Fury over plans to demolish elderly people’s homeAn elderly people’s housing scheme in Ackworth will be knocked down - despite a
Fury over plans to demolish elderly people’s home
Wakefield Today / Posted 13 days ago
An elderly people’s housing scheme in Ackworth will be knocked down - despite a string of objections from villagers and the parish council. Claims have been made that residents of Chiltern Court were led to believe their homes would be modernised by... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Health issues impact every First Nation, Chief Madahbee – Manitoulin ExpositorOTTAWA—Anishinaabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee paused followin
Health issues impact every First Nation, Chief Madahbee – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 14 days ago
OTTAWA—Anishinaabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee paused following a three-hour meeting with Premier Kathleen Wynne to discuss his work with the Assembly of First Nation chiefs’ committee on health, of which he is the chair. “I have... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Plan to turn former Cork convent into social housinghave been thrown a lifeline after the Department of the Environment agreed to f
Plan to turn former Cork convent into social housing
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
have been thrown a lifeline after the Department of the Environment agreed to fund a feasibility study. Cork County Council officials had made the project in Bantry a priority some years ago, in association with the voluntary housing body... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
April 19“Socialism/freedom,” Your Turn, April 13: Say that to the one out of four hung
April 19
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
“Socialism/freedom,” Your Turn, April 13: Say that to the one out of four hungry children living in poverty or the elderly person who cannot afford his expensive medicines, or the high school graduate scared of taking on huge debt for a... Read more
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Bury Free Press
NOSTALGIA: Pupils plant tree tribute to John in 1989disgusting because there is no access for lorries. It is just a track.” Bruce
NOSTALGIA: Pupils plant tree tribute to John in 1989
Bury Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
disgusting because there is no access for lorries. It is just a track.” Bruce Rutterford, leader of Forest Heath District Council, said it would make traffic in the village worse. 25 YEARS AGO The closure of Reeve Lodge sheltered accommodation... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Details on Lake Hayes retirement villagehave emerged about a $250million retirement village proposal in Queenstown. Ye
Details on Lake Hayes retirement village
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
have emerged about a $250million retirement village proposal in Queenstown. Yesterday, the Queenstown Lakes District Council said it had received an expression of interest from Sanderson Group for its planned village near Lake Hayes to be... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Queenstown retirement village plan on fast trackA $250 million retirement village proposal will be considered as a special hous
Queenstown retirement village plan on fast track
Otago Daily Times / Posted 20 days ago
A $250 million retirement village proposal will be considered as a special housing area by the Queenstown Lakes District Council next month. In a statement, the council said it had received an expression of interest from Sanderson Group on two... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Campaign launched to save nine women’s centres across Lancashire threatened with closurealternative funding, make major changes or close down completely. Mr Clough, s
Campaign launched to save nine women’s centres across Lancashire threatened with closure
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
alternative funding, make major changes or close down completely. Mr Clough, said: “We are appealing to Lancashire County Council to review that decision to cut off the funding for refuges. “There’s a lot at stake if the refuges start to close.... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Battleground: The Sethokgwa Hostel, Thembisatime now, hostel dwellers have been pushing to occupy the newly built blocks of
Battleground: The Sethokgwa Hostel, Thembisa
Daily Maverick / Posted 21 days ago
time now, hostel dwellers have been pushing to occupy the newly built blocks of flats. In the last encounter to force the council to hand over the keys to the council offices and new houses, aggrieved residents had given the council two weeks,... Read more
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chad
General hospital work to begin in two monthsplans to build on the old Mansfield General Hospital site will begin in June, i
General hospital work to begin in two months
chad / Posted 24 days ago
plans to build on the old Mansfield General Hospital site will begin in June, it has been confirmed. Mansfield District Council is procuring a contractor with a view to starting work on the social housing scheme on West Hill Drive with... Read more
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Northern Echo
'Please let me stay - it was my nana's dying wish' - young carer faces eviction from Darlington home following death of tenantwith her grandmother. She said an eviction would force her from her home at a
'Please let me stay - it was my nana's dying wish' - young carer faces eviction from Darlington home following death of tenant
Northern Echo / Posted 25 days ago
with her grandmother. She said an eviction would force her from her home at a difficult time and create problems for elderly neighbours. The care assistant said: “It was my nana’s dying wish for me to be able to stay where we lived... Read more
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RTE News
DCC to investigate claims of idle housing unitsDublin City Council is to investigate claims that housing units remain idle at
DCC to investigate claims of idle housing units
RTE News / Posted 30 days ago
Dublin City Council is to investigate claims that housing units remain idle at Fr Scully House which was at the centre of a row over rent levels. The Department of the Environment had threatened last year to take legal action against the Catholic... Read more
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metro
The hidden world of Britain's homeless womenD’Ambrosi Olivia is uncertain for her future and that of her child. She has on
The hidden world of Britain's homeless women
metro / Posted 30 days ago
D’Ambrosi Olivia is uncertain for her future and that of her child. She has one day left before she has to leave her council flat of three years in Hammersmith and Fulham. She has only been given a date in which a bailiff will claim the keys... Read more
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Gazette News
Colchester's Labour group pledges to bring tourism, build homes for OAPs and introduce wheelie binsCOLCHESTER’S Labour group has pledged to build new homes for the elderly to eas
Colchester's Labour group pledges to bring tourism, build homes for OAPs and introduce wheelie bins
Gazette News / Posted 30 days ago
COLCHESTER’S Labour group has pledged to build new homes for the elderly to ease pressure on the NHS, introduce wheelie bins and have a zero-tolerance policy on anti-social behaviour. The group, headed up by St Andrew’s councillor Tim Young, made... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Campaigners welcome officers’ view to reject care home plansA council are set to decide the future of controversial plans to build a 60-bed
Campaigners welcome officers’ view to reject care home plans
Bury Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
A council are set to decide the future of controversial plans to build a 60-bedroom nursing home near Nowton Park. St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s Development Control Committee has been recommended to refuse the proposal due to the ‘excessive... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Braeside housing plan could get the go-aheadCONTROVERSIAL plans to build rented housing for elderly people in Braeside coul
Braeside housing plan could get the go-ahead
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build rented housing for elderly people in Braeside could get the go-ahead next week. Link Housing want to transform the former St Gabriel’s Primary site into accommodation for pensioners. Their proposal is for 23 one and... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Braeside housing plan gets the go-aheadCONTROVERSIAL plans to build rented housing for elderly people in Braeside coul
Braeside housing plan gets the go-ahead
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build rented housing for elderly people in Braeside could get the go-ahead next week. Link Housing want to transform the former St Gabriel’s Primary site into accommodation for pensioners. Their proposal is for 23 one and... Read more

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