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Local government calls for greater action on cost-of-living crisis in Northern Ireland

The Northern Ireland Local Government Association has called for the creation of a cost-of-living task force to tackle the growing pressures on households and businesses.

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The publication of the Mobile Action Plan for Northern Ireland is an important next step in Northern Ireland’s digital connectivity journey.

Speaking after the Economy Minister published the Mobile Action Plan for Northern Ireland, NILGA’s Head of Investment, Performance and Improvement Lisa O’Kane said:

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Political stability vital for local councils, says new NILGA President at the NILGA AGM

The new President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) has laid out ambitious plans for the sector and Association for the coming year and called on all political parties in Northern Ireland to commit to reforming an Assembly and Executive as soon as possible.

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Blossoming Villages, Towns and Cities Prepare for 2022 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition

Community gardening enthusiasts from cities, towns and villages across Northern Ireland have been getting their fingers green once again as the 2022 Translink Ulster in Bloom awards were launched this week at The Braid, Ballymena.

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Now is the time to deliver for local government - Alison Allen NILGA Chief Executive

Doors are being knocked, leaflets shoved through letterboxes, and party activists are tramping up and down the pavements all across the country.

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NI Councils to receive a further £17million to help alleviate lost income and assist with Covid-19 costs

Councils are to receive a further £17million to help alleviate lost income and assist with Covid-19 costs, Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has announced.

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