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News Archives for June, 2014

25 June, 2014

Mc Guire encourages use of Post office road tax service

Derg Sinn Féin Councillor is encouraging vehicle owners to use post office services to tax vehicles following closure of motor tax offices here on July 17th. Read full article

24 June, 2014

Mc Aleer welcomes Gaelscoil Ná gCrann new build announcement

West Tyrone MLA, Declan Mc Aleer has welcomed the announcement by Education Minister, John O Dowd of a new school build for Gaelscoil Na gCrann, Omagh. The school was one of 15 across the north included in the latest capital programme, representing an investment of £170 million. Read full article

23 June, 2014

Boyle welcomes expansion of addiction treatment services in Omagh

Sinn Féin MLA Michaela Boyle has welcomed moves to increase addiction treatment services in the Western Trust area. Read full article

19 June, 2014

Apply for school meals/clothing grants before summer holidays-Boyle

Sinn Féin West Tyrone MLA Michaela Boyle is encouraging parents to ensure free school meals/school uniform/PE clothing grant renewal and fresh application forms are returned to the WELB as soon as possible to ensure that no eligible child looses out or has their application unduly delayed as we move into the new term in September. Read full article

13 June, 2014

Welcome for scheduled Ballinamullan Bridge works

Councillor Anne Marie Fitzgerald has commended DRD Roads Service for including the Ballinamullan Bridge on the Farmhill Road on a major repair scheme for the year 2014/2015. Read full article

10 June, 2014

Welfare cuts agenda will hit sickness and disability claimants the hardest- Michaela Boyle

Sinn Féin MLA and spokesperson on disability Michaela Boyle has said it is a necessity for budgeting to change to ensure those with a disability are prioritised within local spend. Read full article

3 June, 2014

BBC Spotlight a shocking indictment of policing in Omagh - Doherty

Pat Doherty MP has referred to tonight's Spotlight programme as a shocking indictment of policing in Omagh and has called for the PSNI to act immediately following the collapse of public confidence. Read full article