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Equality & Respect can’t be dismissed by DUP – Cllr Sinéad Ennis

  “This election is about equality, respect and integrity in the political institutions of the Good Friday Agreement” according to Councillor Sinéad Ennis, the Sinn Féin candidate for South Down, alongside Chris Hazzard. The Crotlieve councillor said: “Equality and respect can’t be dismissed by The DUP as a wish list. Equality and respect are the […]

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Chris Hazzard and Cllr Sinéad Ennis with Mamo McDonald Gerry O'Hare (wearing cap) and Hilltown residents.

Disability friendly Hilltown road crossing welcomed

  Sinn Féin Assembly Election candidate, Cllr. Sinead Ennis, welcomed the improved road safety measures for Hilltown.  Cllr Sinéad Ennis: “The Hilltown community has seen a large population rise in past 2 decades. The volume of traffic going through the town at times does make it difficult for people to access shops and services. We […]

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Cllr. Ennis welcomes Hilltown road improvements

  Following confirmation of road improvements on the Newry Road, near Hilltown, Cllr Sinead Ennis praised the decision, taken by Minister of Infrastructure, Chris Hazzard. The Sinn Féin South Down Assembly Election candidate, said: “I would like to commend the decision by my Sinn Féin colleague, Chris Hazzard MLA, to resurface this part of the B8 […]

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left - right - Chris Hazzard, Caitríona Ruane and Cllr. Sinéad Ennis

Cllr Ennis bids to join an Assembly with Respect and Equality at its core

    At Sunday’s Sinn Féin Election Convention in Hilltown, Councillor Sinéad Ennis, following her selection as candidate in the Assembly Elections, said “it is a great honour and a privilege to be nominated by the membership here tonight.” “It is a special privilege to be chosen by your peers and the hardworking activists in […]

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Caitríona Ruane Sinn Féin MLA South Down,

Killowen Ardnabannon OECs under threat – Ruane

    Sinn Féin MLA Caitríona Ruane has expressed her concern at the potential closure of Ardnabannon and Killowen Outdoor Education Centres. Ms Ruane said; “I have written to Minister for Education Peter Weir outlining my concern at the consultation on the potential closure of Killowen and Ardnabannon outdoor education centres.” “During my time as […]

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Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chairperson, Councillor Mickey Ruane alongside organisers from the various cycling events launched in Kilbroney Park last Friday.

Cycling Festival comes to Newry Mourne and Down

  Between 3–19 June there will be an action packed programme of cycling activities and competitions taking place throughout the district, including the highly anticipated Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia. Events planned include bikeability courses for local primary schools in conjunction with Sustrans; the Irish Downhill Mountain Bike Series to be held at Rostrevor Trails; the […]

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