Friday 11th November 2011 SDLP Foyle MLA Colum Eastwood has uncovered more disturbing information from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment concerning the failure of the Executive to provide either quality or quantity of jobs to the Derry area.
Tuesday 15th November 2011 SDLP spokesperson on OFMDFM and member of the Justice committee, Colum Eastwood, has said that the First Minister Peter Robinson should focus on the substantive issues facing the North rather than issuing threats on prison officer’s emblems.
Wednesday 16th November 2011 SDLP Foyle MLA, Colum Eastwood, has condemned the shooting in Ballyarnett Village on Tuesday evening.
Wednesday 16th November 2011 SDLP OFMDFM spokesperson, Colum Eastwood has called on OFMDFM to outline additional measures to tackle the scourge of child poverty.
Thursday 17th November 2011 SDLP Foyle MLA, Colum Eastwood, has pressed the First and Deputy First ministers to give a detailed funding plan for the 11 catalytic projects identified for implementation within Derry’s ‘One Plan’.
Tuesday 22nd November 2011 SDLP OFMDFM spokesperson, Colum Eastwood, has welcomed the release of the Audit Office report which has raised major concern over the purchase and management of former military sites in the North.
Thursday 1st December 2011 SDLP Foyle MLA Colum Eastwood has said that the additional £156m in capital expenditure, announced by the British Chancellor in his Autumn statement, should be acutely targeted into maximisation of jobs within our shattered construction sector.
Thursday 1st December 2011 Foyle MLA, Colum Eastwood, has commended those who took part in Wednesday’s strike against a 50% increase in pension contributions.
Monday 5th December 2011 SDLP Foyle MLA, Colum Eastwood, has said that the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 fund offers great opportunities for those involved in Research and Development in the North.
Thursday 8th December 2011 Foyle MLA and SDLP spokesperson on the Office of First Minister and deputy First Minister, Colum Eastwood, has said that it is important that political leaders across the island involve themselves centrally in the succession of forthcoming commemorations