Dallat: Business as usual between DUP and UDA

SDLP East Derry MLA John Dallat has called on the DUP to show consistency in its approach to dealing with groups linked to paramilitaries. Mr Dallat made his comments after a DUP spokesman stated last night that they would continue to work with the UPRG the political wing of the UDA.
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Duncan welcomes new jobs for Ballymoney

SDLP North Antrim representative Connor Duncan has welcomed the announcement of 87 new jobs at McAuley Precision and McAuley Manufacturing in Ballymoney.
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Bradley: Harmful delays over special educational needs assessments

SDLP Newry and Armagh MLA Dominic Bradley has proposed a motion expressing concern over waiting times for special educational needs assessments and the adverse effect it will have on the social and educational prospects of children with autism. By the end of April 2015, of the 1449 children waiting, more than 900 had been waiting longer than the recommended 13 weeks. Of those 476 had been waiting more than 26 weeks and more than 78 children has been waiting more than a year to be assessed.
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Catney condemns vicious Glenavy attack

SDLP Lisburn Councillor Pat Catney has condemned an attack on a man in Glenavy with iron bars as a gruesome and vicious assault.
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Dobbins commends Henderson Group for Defibrillator initiative

Welcoming a decision by the Henderson Group to install defibrillators at their stores in Derry, Cllr Angela Dobbins has said that she is delighted that finally something is being done to address the issue of increased cardiac fatalities.
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