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De Faoite: Campaign leaves Robinson Centre name in the past

SDLP Lisnasharragh Representative Séamas de Faoite has welcomed the news that Belfast's new £20m aquatics facility will be called the Lisnasharragh Centre. Mr. de Faoite led the campaign to ensure that Belfast City Council followed their own rules about the naming of new leisure facilities across the city.
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Attwood welcomes support for Belfast Tribunal Service

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Mulholland: More must be done to support working parents

SDLP Councillor Angela Mulholland has hit out at the Department of Education for not doing enough to support working families and childcare providers. Councillor Mulholland was speaking following the launch of the 9th Annual Northern Ireland Childcare Cost Report by Employers for Childcare.
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Reilly welcomes action on Illegal Dumping in Mews Lanes

The Chairperson of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Environment and Regeneration Committee SDLP Councillor Martin Reilly has welcomed a paper presented to Committee yesterday on the cleanliness of Mews lanes across the city and region.
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Dobbins welcomes the green light for redevelopment of Thornhill College site

SDLP Councillor Angela Dobbins welcomes the green light for the redevelopment of Thornhill College site in Derry.
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