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Daily Telegraph
Salvation Army releases large long-held property in Dee WhyMosedale, of Raine and Horne Dee Why, said the landmark site was only 1.3km fro
Salvation Army releases large long-held property in Dee Why
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Mosedale, of Raine and Horne Dee Why, said the landmark site was only 1.3km from the beach and already has council approval for four-levels of units, with more development possible, subject to council approval. “You could make the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool City Council worker stole nearly £40,000 of taxpayers’ moneyon the basis she was single, unemployed and incapable of work. But in reality
Liverpool City Council worker stole nearly £40,000 of taxpayers’ money
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
on the basis she was single, unemployed and incapable of work. But in reality the mum-of-two had taken up a job with the council under the false name of Maria Threddle. Over a 12-year period she stole around £9,000 from the local authority in... Read more
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RTE News
Coveney: No plans to forcibly take vacant housesbe six-month emergency plans implemented in urban areas to "inject some adrenal
Coveney: No plans to forcibly take vacant houses
RTE News / Posted 4 days ago
be six-month emergency plans implemented in urban areas to "inject some adrenalin into the system". He also said student accommodation is easier to provide through rapid build and could free up affordable rental properties. Furthermore, elderly... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Mayor Ramokgopa condemns #Hammanskraal violence‚ but also promises to do more to ensure evictions are executed humanelyTshwane has a standing court order which allows it to respond immediately and r
Mayor Ramokgopa condemns #Hammanskraal violence‚ but also promises to do more to ensure evictions are executed humanely
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 5 days ago
Tshwane has a standing court order which allows it to respond immediately and remove people illegally invading land in the council. “We remain concerned by actions and utterances some political parties mobilizing the vulnerable groups to defy... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
President Calls for Diligencepromptly when they heard that the President was visiting. President Khama enco
President Calls for Diligence
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
promptly when they heard that the President was visiting. President Khama encouraged the district commissioner and the council chairperson to find out why residents were not serviced properly. President Khama assured Kgosi Molebatsi that he... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why 70 is now the new 50she doesn’t feel old. As one of those post-war babies born from 1946 until 1964
Why 70 is now the new 50
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
she doesn’t feel old. As one of those post-war babies born from 1946 until 1964, she defies the way many think of the elderly. Virginia and her husband, Terry, have just finished studying their visual arts degrees at the Adelaide College of... Read more
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Shropshire Star
New plan for 44 retirement flats at former Ludlow council HQ « Shropshire StarHouse offices, was withdrawn. The redrawn plan for the site off Corve Street n
New plan for 44 retirement flats at former Ludlow council HQ « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 8 days ago
House offices, was withdrawn. The redrawn plan for the site off Corve Street near the town centre for 44 flats for the elderly includes 24 parking spaces have been submitted to Shropshire Council. The existing “stable block” building, which... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Homestay students live in 'terrible' conditions to help boost hosts' budgetand have a landing platform into the country. To qualify as a host, the family
Homestay students live in 'terrible' conditions to help boost hosts' budget
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
and have a landing platform into the country. To qualify as a host, the family has to provide the students with rent-free accommodation that has — as a minimum — a private room, furnished with a bed and desk. The family has to prepare at least two... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Retirement village in Eaton gets go-aheadcomplex in Eaton were today given the go-ahead. Developers McCarthy & Stone to
Retirement village in Eaton gets go-ahead
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 16 days ago
complex in Eaton were today given the go-ahead. Developers McCarthy & Stone today secured permission from Norwich City Council for 62 ‘retirement living’ apartments and 57 units for ‘assisted living’ on Bartram Mowers’ site off Bluebell... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Retirement village in Eaton gets go-aheadcomplex in Eaton were today given the go-ahead. Developers McCarthy & Stone to
Retirement village in Eaton gets go-ahead
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 16 days ago
complex in Eaton were today given the go-ahead. Developers McCarthy & Stone today secured permission from Norwich City Council for 62 ‘retirement living’ apartments and 57 units for ‘assisted living’ on Bartram Mowers’ site off Bluebell... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Former home for elderly in St Albans set to become affordable housing A former sheltered housing scheme for the elderly which was closed for rebuil
Former home for elderly in St Albans set to become affordable housing
Herts Advertiser / Posted 19 days ago
A former sheltered housing scheme for the elderly which was closed for rebuilding some years ago is to be redeveloped to provide affordable housing. Linley Court on Valley... Read more
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Daily Record
Iconic Blairtum House in Rutherglen goes up in flamesclass="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en-gb"> The site, located on Broomieknowe Roa
Iconic Blairtum House in Rutherglen goes up in flames
Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en-gb"> The site, located on Broomieknowe Road, was previously occupied as a home for the elderly from the 1960s to the 1980s. It then became a respite and day care facility before being converted into starter... Read more
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Saddleworth Extra
Carry on over glampinginclude a block with toilet, shower, disabled facilities, a separate communal k
Carry on over glamping
Saddleworth Extra / Posted 24 days 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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Oldham Chronicle
Carry on over glampinginclude a block with toilet, shower, disabled facilities, a separate communal k
Carry on over glamping
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 24 days 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 25 days ago
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 29 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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