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Dallat to raise awareness of baby loss

SDLP MLA John Dallat will light up his office pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week which runs from 9th to 15th October.
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Eastwood: The Fight for Civil Rights endures

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood has reiterated the message that the fight for civil rights is far from finished. Mr Eastwood said that as his party is set to remember the heroic actions of the Civil Rights Movement, that the SDLP will continue to pursue civil and human rights for all those in the North who are denied them.
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McNulty: Good Relations must not be threatened by impasse

SDLP Spokesperson for Communities and Reconciliation Justin McNulty MLA has responded to the Good Relations Indicator report published by the Executive Office which presents rising positive figures. Mr McNulty added that whilst things have gone into the right direction in recent years, statistics illustrate that deeper efforts into cross-community projects, open-mindedness and reconciliation must continue.
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Dallat: Department not reporting damage of public property to PSNI

SDLP MLA John Dallat said he is shocked beyond belief that the Department for Infrastructure has made no formal complaints to the PSNI about damage caused to kerbstones and other public property in the last three years. The information was obtained by Mr Dallat in a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to the Departmental Information Manager at the DfI which reads: 'In response to your request, I can confirm that in the period 2016 to present, the Department has made no formal complaints to PSNI regarding the painting of road edge kerbs on other public property.'
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Dallat: Snail paced efforts to investigate misuse of RHI Boilers unacceptable

A former deputy chairperson of Stormont’s Public Accounts Committee has described the process of inspecting RHI boilers as going at ‘snail’s pace’ and unlikely to establish the full extent of the misuse of the scheme. SDLP MLA John Dallat has called for a reassessment of the inspection process claiming that this is essential if the report from the RHI Inquiry is to reflect truly the extent of what happened.
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