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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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NILGA leadership engage directly with Brexit Ministers in London

The leadership of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association - the body which represents councils here - will press the case for the prioritisation of local communities & councils in Northern Ireland in the Brexit process, after securing a series of key meetings in London.

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NILGA’S REACTION TO THE ‘POSITION PAPER’ ON BREXIT

Derek McCallan, Chief Executive of NILGA (Northern Ireland Local Government Association) stated: “We welcome the fact that there have been some views outlined in a number of position papers on the Brexit hot topics in the last few days.”

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Pay Review

Cllr Seán McPeake, President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) welcomed Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir's call for local businesses to avail of the Back in Business initiative, with a 50% rate reduction for up to a year for businesses in a retail property that was previously empty.

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Community & Council Excellence Local Government Awards NI Now Open For Entries

The Local Government Awards in Northern Ireland showcase brilliance in service provision, new initiatives and personal commitment from councils, councillors and partners. The Awards offer public recognition whilst motivating those delivering and sustaining front line and other key local government services.

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NI’s Top Horticultural Talent Celebrates Success At Translink Ulster In Bloom Awards

Celebrations are taking place in local villages, towns and cities across Northern Ireland following the Translink Ulster in Bloom Award presentations.

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EU entrepreneurs learn from Northern Ireland!

Over 50 entrepreneurial policy makers and support agencies arrive in Belfast this week (w/c 27/03/2017) to delve into what makes enterprise work in ten regions across Europe.

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