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NILGA seeks to protect councils and strengthen local democracy

NILGA meeting with Northern Ireland Secretary of State, Karen Bradley MP

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Devolution bill for councils needed – assembly or not

Following news that Secretary of State James Brokenshire MP is set to develop a NI Budget, NILGA has called for immediate legislation to bring power and resources closer to local people and places through a new Devolution Bill.

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NI councils smash recycling targets!

NILGA, The Northern Ireland Local Government Association, welcomed the latest waste management figures showing big upturns in household recycling.

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Local Government Awards 2017

Councils throughout Northern Ireland celebrated yesterday evening as the eight award category winners of the 2017 Local Government Awards were announced.

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NILGA Flagship Conference

The Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) Annual Conference, Exhibition & Gala Awards Dinner held today (12th October 2017) at La Mon Hotel, Castlereagh, sent a positive picture of local solutions to the political, fiscal, and legislative issues affecting Northern Ireland. NILGA’s Annual Flagship Conference emphasised an outward looking and confident region, with councils confirming the many key roles they play in sustaining the community, the economy, the environment and social cohesion in Northern Ireland.

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NILGA Annual Conference

The Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) Annual Conference, Exhibition & Gala Awards Dinner held today (12th October 2017) at La Mon Hotel, Castlereagh, sent a positive picture of local solutions to the political, fiscal, and legislative issues affecting Northern Ireland.

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Results of the 2017 Translink Ulster in Bloom competition

The results of the 2017 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition were announced today (September 21) officially recognising Northern Ireland’s top gardening talent. The annual horticultural competition encourages cities, towns and villages right across Northern Ireland to look their best, boosting civic pride through beautiful plant and floral displays. Now in its 39th year, all 11 local councils participated in the 2017 competition which attracted 160 entries.

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