Cllr Gannon said it had been “a real honour” to represent his local community in recent years.
NEWS the Executive has signed off on a “soft opt-out” organ donation bill has been welcomed locally. Under the new bill, which will now proceed through the Assembly for ratification, every person will be considered to be willing to donate their organs unless they formally opt out or are in an exempted category. Families will […]
“It has been an interesting and, at times, very challenging time in the Assembly.”
“People are angry, and justifiably so.”
At last Friday’s Pensioners Parliament, held at the Westville Hotel, the crowd of just under 100 were surveyed on the issues that most concerned them.
The Sinn Fein MLA said tchances of a deal between the Stormont parties to form an Assembly would now be much harder to reach.
Between Brexit and the healthcare crisis, to name but two of our biggest challenges, we need local representation.
The Northern Ireland Secretary of State, James Brokenshire, has given the parties several more weeks to form a powersharing Executive at Stormont
The Sinn Fein MLA has said there will be “no return to the status quo” even after the election.
UUP’s Rosemary Barton says “all votes are up for grabs” if the electorate of Fermanagh and South Tyrone are forced to go to the polls again.