Residents of Tullycarnet flats told of demolishion
After being told their homes were going to be refurbished, then left living for years in what would be considered "slum-lord conditions" by many, the residents of the King Road flats in Tullycarnet have finally learned the fate of their homes - demolition.
With the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) unable to get a contractor to carry out the much needed work, the NIHE board has now decided that the flats are to be demolished in the coming years.
For more, read the MSN story "Tullycarnet flats renovation work begins on doomed East Belfast homes"
Reduce the cost of your BT Broadband plan
by TCSS Ltd
If you are claiming Universal Credit, Pension Credit, Job Seekers Allowance, Income Support or Employment Support Allowance then you could qualify for the BT Home Essentials
The Home Essentials Broadband package provides 67MBs of speed for only £15 a month and lasts for a year, even if you stop receiving benefits. Each year, if you still qualify, you'll be able to continue with the special priced plan and there is also no early exit fees if your circumstances change.