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Kelly: Political stalemate delaying Domestic Abuse Legislation

SDLP Policing and Justice Spokesperson Dolores Kelly MLA has said that it is a disgrace that due to the continued infighting between Sinn Féin and DUP and lack of functioning institutions, the Domestic Abuse Bill, which is sitting in the Department of Justice, cannot be progressed.
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Tierney welcomes funding commitment

SDLP Councillor Brian Tierney has welcomed a commitment from Derry City and Strabane District Council to allocate funds towards a number of capital projects and other corporate priorities within Council’s capital plan.
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Dallat: Inga’s nephew makes emotional visit to Ballypatrick Forest

Inga-Maria Hauser’s nephew, Viktor Liebl made an emotional visit to Ballypatrick Forest, near Ballycastle on Sunday to lay flowers at the recently erected memorial stone placed there in her honour. During the visit he paid tribute to all those who had pursued justice for his aunt for the last 30 years. Liebl emphasised that the tragic death of his aunt does not colour his feelings for the people of Ireland, North and South and he would return again to experience the friendliness and sincerity of those he had met in the last few days.
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Heading brings Dunmurry Manor Motion to Council

Following the investigation by the Commissioner for Older People Northern Ireland into Dunmurry Manor Care Home, which brought to light horrendous incidents of abuse and negligence, SDLP Collin Councillor Brian Heading brought a motion to Belfast City Council this evening regarding the investigation and the recommendations made by the Commissioner.
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Durkan: Call for cool heads and leadership after interface incidents

SDLP Foyle MLA, Mark H Durkan, has condemned a series of incidents and attacks in and around the interface area between the Bogside and the Fountain.
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