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Kelly: Missing evidence does nothing for public confidence

SDLP Upper Bann MLA and member of the Policing Board, Dolores Kelly has described the loss of information relating to the murder of Robert Hamill as deeply concerning. Robert Hamill was beaten to death by Loyalists in Portadown in 1997 in full view of RUC officers. The failure to have a full investigation about the inaction of police has sparked a public inquiry.
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Dallat hopeful for gas development in Ballykelly and Greysteel

SDLP East Derry Assembly Member John Dallat has expressed his optimism for plans for the development of the gas supply in the North West. Mr Dallat commented after being informed by the Minister for Enterprise Trade and Investment that Firmus Energy intends to work with the Utility Regulator to obtain agreement on an economically viable proposal for the Ballykelly and Greysteel areas.
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Durkan supports Young Enterprise’s annual Foyle Trade Fair

SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan has praised the ‘initiative and drive’ of local students after attending today’s Young Enterprise Annual Foyle Trade Fair at the Foyleside Shopping Centre in Derry.
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McCrossan: Strabane will resist cuts to frontline services.

SDLP West Tyrone Westminster candidate Daniel McCrossan has expressed his frustration that Strabane Courthouse has been earmarked for closure. Following the revelation from the Justice Minister David Ford, Mr McCrossan confirmed that the SDLP support the local community in resisting any cuts to essential frontline public services.
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McDonnell: Botanic Murder is a horrifying crime

SDLP South Belfast MP Dr Alasdair McDonnell has described the murder of a man in the Botanic area of Belfast as a gruesome and horrifying crime.
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