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Kelly urges vigilance following Portadown device

SDLP Deputy Leader Dolores Kelly has branded those responsible for leaving a suspected bomb under a car in Portadown as “evil” and urged the community to be vigilant against attack, particularly in the run-in to Christmas.
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Dallat: Christmas message delivered in native language to Polish community

St Anne’s Church Kilrea was abuzz last Thursday evening when the Polish community assembled to hear Mass in their native tongue. Father Lukasz Nizio, who is on secondment to the Diocese of Derry was the chief celebrant in a service which was entirely in Polish.
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Durkan calls for greater recognition & support for unpaid young adult carers

SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan has attended the launch at Westminster this week of ‘Time to be Heard’ – a new awareness raising campaign which highlights the huge contribution thousands of young adult carers make to society – not least in Derry and throughout the North.
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Ritchie: Urgent action needed to restore Kilmorey hotel and support staff

SDLP South Down MP Margaret Ritchie has said that she is deeply saddened at news that the Kilmorey hotel has ceased trading and 22 members of staff will lose their jobs.
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McKevitt shocked at closure of Kilmorey Arms Hotel

SDLP South Down MLA Karen McKevitt has expressed her shock at news the Kilmorey Arms Hotel in Kilkeel has ceased trading with the loss of twenty-two jobs.
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