- The Irish TimesMay 29 05:10 PM
Two homeless men camp outside council offices in effort to register for housing
- Honolulu Star-AdvertiserMay 29 03:08 AM
Kekona Smith spent nearly all of his first two weeks of life in the state’s largest homeless shelter — one of the luckier babies growing up homeless in Hawaii.
- The New Zealand HeraldMay 27 09:14 PM
A homeless family who got a state house after seeking help from a Mangere marae now want to "pay it forward" by helping others who are still sleeping in cars.Tony Lepage, his partner Megan Williams and their children moved into...
- The AgeMay 29 05:02 AM
Homeless protesters entering their third week camping at Melbourne's City Square say they will not move until housing is provided for all people sleeping rough across Melbourne.
Advocates criticize province's affordable housin... - Business Examiner
Government defends cost of housing consultants - NZ Newswire via Yahoo! New Zealand News
- Tampa Bay TimesMay 30 09:14 AM
TAMPA — The chain link fence separating his yard from the sidewalk is a recent addition to James Stephens' real estate office on Nebraska Avenue.
APD told to stop targeting homeless in drug bust... - KOAT Albuquerque
Homeless counts show drop in Pinellas and Hillsb... - Tampa Bay Times
Homeless children given beds in adult hostels - The Irish Times
- ABC NewsMay 30 08:34 AM
Hate-crime charges have not been ruled out in the death of Amos Beede, 38.
- CBS BostonMay 30 02:55 PM
Homeless and disabled artists had their work shown at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on Memorial Day.
- WLKY LouisvilleMay 30 07:33 PM
Homeless service agencies across Indiana are feeling the sting of federal funding cuts driven by a shift away from transitional housing and emergency homeless shelters.
- New York TimesMay 25 06:08 PM
Advocates for the homeless, who complained to New York’s Civil Rights Commission, said the police were harassing people simply for living on the streets.
Census won't count homeless sleeping outside - Aldergrove Star
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 26 09:46 AM
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department is violating homeless people's rights by ordering them to "move along" in public places, a civil liberties group said Thursday in a complaint to the city's Human Rights Commission.
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