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Councillor Seán McPeake was today appointed NILGA President for 2016/17. Local Government absolutely crucial to democracy and the Programme for Government.
STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY,SUSTAINING COMMUNITIES. NILGA, in conjunction with the 11 new councils, was tasked with developing a Programme for Local Government 2016 – 2021, setting out why and how the two spheres of government can and should work together.
ALL NI COUNCILS ‘GET ON BOARD’ ANNUAL GARDENING EXTRAVAGANZA The 2016 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition was officially launched today (June 21) in Ballynahinch, Co Down.
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Speaking today, Councillor Seán McPeake, NILGA President said:
Local Government absolutely crucial to democracy and the Programme for Government. Councillor Seán McPeake was today appointed NILGA President for ...
ALL NI COUNCILS ‘GET ON BOARD’ ANNUAL GARDENING EXTRAVAGANZA
The 2016 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition was officially launched today (June 21...
With the outcomes of the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections now known, including Carla Lockhart MLA elected to the Upper Bann constituency, NILGA’...
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