2018 | 2018 Press Releases

Heading: Hepburn’s Orange Order remarks ludicrous

SDLP Cllr Brian Heading has branded remarks by Stephen Hepburn MP, who asked what the Education Authority was doing to engage the Orange Order in education, as ludicrous and ignorant in equal measure.
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Reilly welcomes agreement on way forward on Factory Girls Sculpture

Speaking after yesterday’s Business and Culture meeting of Derry City and Strabane District Council, SDLP Group Leader Cllr Martin Reilly said:
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McCusker delighted Soup Kitchen short-listed for award

SDLP Councillor Paul McCusker has said he is delighted that St. Patricks Soup Kitchen has been nominated for an Aisling Award. Cllr McCusker, who is a patron of the city centre soup kitchen, said he was pleased that the volunteers who selflessly give up their time to build up and care for those less fortunate are being recognised.
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Gardiner: Benefits of a Derry City deal will stretch much further than Derry

SDLP Councillor Tina Gardiner has said that any potential City Deal will be felt much wider than Derry City and would improve the lives and economy of surrounding regions such as Donegal and West Tyrone.
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Dobbins: Council buildings turn blue and pink for Baby Loss Awareness Week

SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins has called for council buildings to be lit pink and blue in honour of Sands Baby Loss Awareness week 9-15 October, in the hopes of breaking the silence around neonatal deaths and stillbirths.
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