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Hazzard confirms progress for Leitrim Flood Scheme

  Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard has confirmed that preliminary work is progressing on a potential Flood Defence Scheme in Leitrim village. Following flooding of the Leitrim River in recent years, the Department for Infrastructure’s River Agency have been actively exploring the possibility of an effective defence scheme. Chris Hazzard said: “A pre-feasibility report has now […]

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Newry / Warrenpoint Carriageway Resurfacing

    Sinn Féin Assembly Election candidate, Cllr. Sinead Ennis, has welcomed the announcement of resurfacing works due to take place on the Newry/Warrenpoint carriageway.  Minister Chris Hazzard has confirmed to Cllr Sinéad Ennis that TransportNI is aware of the poor condition of approximately 2km of the south bound carriageway between Aghnamoira Road junction to approx […]

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Chris Hazzard is joined by Loughinisland residents’ angry at the decision to omit the area from the forthcoming Play Strategy

Hazzard seeks answers to Loughinisland omission from Play Strategy

  Sinn Féin’s Chris Hazzard has this week spoken of his “shock” that Loughinisland doesn’t feature in Newry, Mourne & Down’s draft Play Strategy and has written to Council Chief Executive Liam Hannaway seeking answers on behalf of an angry community. The local Sinn Féin representative said: “I am genuinely shocked that the Council’s draft […]

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Chris Hazzard & Cllr Willie Clarke at the banks of the Shimna River, Newcastle

Progress for vital Newcastle Flood Scheme

  Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard has confirmed that plans for the Shimna River Flood Defence scheme in Newcastle are progressing well as RiversNI begin the search for a design team. Mr Hazzard said: “Following extensive flooding of the Shimna River in August 2008 investigations identified that approx 300 properties within the Shimna catchment are at […]

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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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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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