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McCusker leads residential to support those struggling with addiction

This week, Cllr Paul McCusker took a group of local men and women from across Belfast to Tobar Mhuire Retreat Centre in Crossgar, with the aim of helping these individuals set personal goals to kick start their path to recovery.
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Mallon welcomes funding to tackle housing shortage but it is far from enough

SDLP Social Justice Spokesperson Nichola Mallon MLA has welcomed an agreement made between Radius Housing and Barclays that will see £50m of funds used to tackle housing shortages in areas of high demand. This partnership working will provide the much needed boost for both the Housing and construction sector, but more importantly will provide 800 homes for those in housing need by 2020.
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SDLP Delegation meets Permanent Secretary of DAERA

A delegation of SDLP MLAs met with the Permanent Secretary of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Dr Denis McMahon. They raised concerns from the local Business Community about Brexit and the importance of keeping agri-food and environmental standards high after Brexit.
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McGrath: Consultation should be delayed

SDLP Children and Young Peoples Spokesperson Colin McGrath MLA has said that the upcoming consultation from the Education Authority on the planned merger of a number of Special Schools in Belfast should be delayed.
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SDLP Awards President Clinton John Hume Medal

Today, on the 20th Anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood MLA and SDLP Deputy Leader Nichola MLA, met with President Bill Clinton to present him with a John Hume Medal to recognise and celebrate the key role he played in the peace process.
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