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Cusack: Beware of Fradulent Banking Emails

SDLP Councillor Shauna Cusack has urged the public to be very cautious regarding emails which appear to be from your bank regarding your account.
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Dallat: THIS MUST NOT BE A PHONEY WAR

Responding to an interview by Assistant Chief Constable Stephen Martin East Derry SDLP Assembly Member John Dallat has backed the ACC in his determination to crack down on the UDA in North Antrim and East Derry after as many as 14 incidents involving the illegal organisation. Mr Dallat has warned against a phoney war on crime as organised criminal gangs remain totally out of control and are determined to act as judge, jury and literal executioner in their determination to win a turf war that started shortly after the former so-called brigadier Billy McFarlane alias ‘The Mexican’ was deposed from leadership in 2013.
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Dobbins: Concern over Saturday night disturbances

SDLP councillor Angela Dobbins has expressed her concern over an incident in which the PSNI were called to the Culmore area on Saturday night after a crowd of 30-40 youths had gathered at Magnet Bar/Centra Stores to engage in fighting amongst each other. The youths, after being confronted by customers, staff and door staff, vacated the shop but remained outside being abusive and antagonising each other.
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Mark Durkan and Men B campaigners Darren and Emma Cowey

Durkan: Delight at deal on Men B Vaccine

SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan has welcomed today’s news that after a year of protracted price negotiations between the British government and drug manufacturers a deal has been struck which will see a life-saving vaccine against the deadly Meningitis B disease (Bexsero) available for free on the NHS for babies in Derry and across the North. Mr Durkan, who tabled parliamentary motions and campaigned at Westminster with the charity Meningitis Now calling on the government to introduce the new vaccine, has also supported the local campaign by Derry parents Emma and Darren Cowey who lost their nine-month-old son Jamie to Meningitis B in November 2004.
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Cusack: Council to tackle vermin issue in Cregganburn

SDLP Councillor Shauna Cusack is pleased to confirm that Derry City Council has taken steps to deal with a rats issue emanating from the excavation and development works in the Cregganburn Park area of the City.
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