Conference, Exhibition and Gala Awards Dinner will be held on Thursday 11th October 2018 in the Armagh City Hotel - Don't miss out, book your place today.
9th October, Belfast City Hall. A Celebration of the Irish Language Officers Scheme’ (Foras na Gaeilge) & Conradh na Gaeilge will also launch research on the progress of the Irish language in local councils. RSVP email@example.com
A new political forum driven by the Northern Ireland Local Government Association with MLAs and Councillors drawn from all five main political parties has met for the second time.New Political Forum meets despite Assembly impasse
A new report commissioned by NILGA has said that the time is now right to extend the responsibilities of local government in Northern Ireland through greater devolution from Stormont.Councils with more powers and responsibilities is good for NI
The 2018 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition has been officially launched marking 40 years of the popular horticultural extravaganza.Launch 2018 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition
The Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) is the council led representative body for local authorities in Northern Ireland.
Councils throughout Northern Ireland celebrated yesterday as the nine award category winners of the 2018 Local Government Awards were announced. The event was hosted by Sarah Travers at the Armagh City Hotel.View This Article
The Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) holds its Flagship Conference, Exhibition & Gala Awards Event on 11th October in Armagh.View This Article
Paramilitarism is still prevalent in our society and this is why local government and NILGA, in partnership with the Department of Justice, are seeking to explore and tackle these issues.View This Article