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27 November, 2017

Sinn Fein Councillor Duffy Condemns Thefts

PSNI are investigating thefts which took place on Thursday night in Alexandra Park, Portadown Read full article


24 November, 2017

Sinn Féin Councillor welcomes removal of cars from the Bann Fields.

Sinn Féin Councillor, Paul Duffy, has welcomed the removal of two cars from the Bann fields at the back of Woodside. Read full article


22 November, 2017

Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Duffy calls for Zebra Crossing

During a recent meeting with Roads Services Sinn Féin Councillor, Paul Duffy, requested the installation of a zebra crossing at the junction of Obins Street and Park Road where traffic from the town also converges. Read full article


22 November, 2017

Cllr. Liam Mackle Ard Fheis Speech 2017

We need a society where children are at the centre of everything we do and a society that works with and for parents to help them to do what is best for their children. A society with rights at its core and the rights of children are fundamental to that. Read full article


22 November, 2017

John O'Dowd MLA Ard Fheis Speech 2017

Special Status is about protecting the rights of citizens in the North, who have a right to Irish citizenship, and therefore to citizenship of the European Union. Designated Special Status within the EU is the position endorsed by the Dáil. Read full article


22 November, 2017

Nuala Toman Ard Fheis Speech

Nuala Toman Ard Fheis Speech 2017. " To put it simply, it's time to end British dominance over our economy and our people. That isn't working for Ireland. Has not worked in the past. And will not work for the future. It's time for Irish Unity." Read full article


21 November, 2017

Local Sinn Fein Councillor Fergal Lennon in call for road resurfacing

Sinn Féin Councillor Fergal Lennon has called on Roads Service to resurface road adjacent to Lismore Manor. Read full article


20 November, 2017

Sinn Féin Councillor, Keith Haughian, Welcomes Planning Approval for Clann Eireann Youth Club

"I welcome this progression. The Clann Eireann committee have worked tirelessly to secure a state of the art youth facility for the young people of North Lurgan. Read full article


16 November, 2017

O'Dowd urges mortgage holders to shop around

Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd has urged mortgage holders to shop around for better deals on their current mortgage or when a fixed term deal comes to an end. Read full article


10 November, 2017

Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Duffy attends Social Housing Consultation

I, along with a number of local Sinn Féin activists, attended the consultation in Portadown Town hall last week to discuss proposed social housing on the Garvaghy Road. Read full article


9 November, 2017

O'Dowd welcomes departmental rethink on school meal entitlements

John O' Dowd MLA has welcomed a Department of Education review of a previous decision that, if unchanged, could lead to thousands of children losing free school meal entitlements Read full article


8 November, 2017

O' Dowd calls on PSNI to comply with Glenanne judgement

Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd said there can be no further delays into an effective and independent investigation into collusion between the British state and the loyalist Glenanne death squad. Read full article


7 November, 2017

Upper Bann MLAs deep concern at drugs find

Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd has praised member of community who removed cocaine, worth up to two and a half thousand pounds, from the streets of Lurgan. Read full article


7 November, 2017

Sinn Féin Councillor Kevin Savage has condemned the sectarian image, which was stuck to a recycling bank in Banbridge Town

The image which has been stuck to a glass recycling bank displaying a man kicking someone with the slogan 'Kick a Fenian in the head' is abhorrent. Read full article


7 November, 2017

Upper Bann MLAs deep concern at drugs find

Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd has praised member of community who removed cocaine, worth up to two and a half thousand pounds, from the streets of Lurgan. Read full article