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This year's Future Student of Business Awards is now open for applications. Colleges NI are again delighted that the Federation of Small Business is co-sponsoring this event - which is now in it's 12th year.
This year as part of the Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition, we are calling for entries for the Ulsterbus Tours Community Champion Award category.
NORTHERN IRELAND’S COUNCILS BEYOND 100 DAYS. 2015 NILGA Annual Conference at La Mon Hotel, Castlereagh. Entitled “Growing Local Democracy & Economies: Northern Ireland’s Councils, Beyond 100 Days”.
The Democratic Unionist Party’s (DUP) Alderman Carla Lockhart was appointed President of NILGA, at the Association’s AGM on Friday 5th June 2015 in Downshire Civic Centre, Downpatrick.
The European Union will invest just under 100 BILLION EUR across its member states between now and 2020. How much can YOU access for YOUR COUNCIL?
Programme for Local Government
Corporate Plan 2012 -16
Annual Report 2013/2014
Guide to NILGA
Meetings and Events
Press Release - 19/03/2015
Code of Conduct for Councillors
Alderman Carla Lockhart, appointed NILGA’s new President earlier this month, has heralded new legislation to prohibit sales of “legal highs” by giv...
Public encouraged to share their ‘Best Blooms’ online. The 2015 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition was officially launched today (June 24) in No...
NORTHERN IRELAND’S COUNCILS BEYOND 100 DAYS
Growing Local Democracy & Economies: Northern Ireland’s Councils Beyond 100 Days
18th June 2015, La Mon Hotel
Unit 5B Castlereagh Business Park478 Castlereagh RoadBelfastBT5 6BQ
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