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MORE RESOURCES APPLIED LOCALLY: COUNCILS MUST BE PART OF THE NEXT PROGRAMME for GOVERNMENT.
24 November 2015. “The Review of Business Rates”. 11th December 2015, Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Craigavon.
This fund will enable eligible organisations to continue to protect our landscape, habitats and species. It will promote health, well-being, resource efficiency and sustainable economic development so that we can all enjoy the full value of our environment.
Half Day Conference, 12 January 2016, Riddell Hall
Queen’s University Belfast, Stranmillis.
The Department of the Environment wishes to appoint a new member to the Northern Ireland Local Government Officers’ Superannuation Committee (NILGOSC).
Representing Northern Ireland were: Scarva, Glenarm, Ahoghill, Antrim and Derry City - Congratulations everyone.
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Guide to NILGA
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