Robin Newton East Belfast DUP MLA has welcomed the decision of the Assembly's Executive to invest in a new police college on the East Belfast Garnerville site.
East Belfast Clothing Robbery Condemned
East Belfast DUP MLA Robin Newton, a member of the Policing Board, has condemned the break-in and robbery at local company Target Dry describing the thieves as being despicable individuals who care nothing for the survival of the firm and the jobs of the employees.
New Homes And Playground For Ballybeen
A proposed new build housing provision at Ballybeen Square, Dundonald has been welcomed by East Belfast's DUP MLA Robin Newton as phase 1 of a potential 2 phase development. The housing situated close to the thriving Ballybeen Women's Group premises will be welcomed by those on the housing waiting list. Transforming the currently derelict and unsightly site into family homes will also help lift the appearance of the area.
Corporation Tax Boost is One Piece in Jigsaw
East Belfast DUP MLA Robin Newton has welcomed the Assembly’s agreement A Fresh Start – Stormont Agreement and Implementation Plan to cut cooperation tax to 12.5%.
Attack On 80 Year Old Will Send Shockwaves Throughout The Community
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has described the attack on the 80 year old east Belfast pensioner as a scandalous attack carried out by heartless masked thugs. The attack in Roddens Crescent will send shock waves of concern throughout the district.
Policing Board Member Welcomes Arrests for Illegal Labour
East Belfast DUP MLA and Policing Board member Robin Newton has described the two Northern Ireland restaurants found to be making use of illegal labour as shameful exploitation of human beings.
Newton Raises Concerns Over Increase in Domestic Burglaries Against Older People
DUP Member of the Northern Ireland Policing Board, Robin Newton MLA has raised the increasing rate of domestic burglaries against older people. The MLA highlighted the issue at this month's meeting of the Northern Ireland Policing Board.
Newton Welcomes Belfast BID
East Belfast DUP MLA Robin Newton, a member of the Policing Board, has welcomed the establishment of a Business Improvement District (BID) to cover Belfast's city centre. He said it is important for the city centre to survive and thrive and act as the economic driver for all of Belfast. The BID type approach by the city centre businesses has the potential to develop the area's commercial activity to an increased level.
Bomb Disposal Officers Deserve Our Thanks
East Belfast DUP MLA and Policing Board member Robin Newton has said the frequency of incidents requiring the skills of bomb disposal officers highlights the huge debt of gratitude owe them.
Wonderful Work At Wandsworth Community Association
Robin Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, said in attending the Annual General Meeting of the Wandsworth Community Association he was hugely impressed by the ongoing level of positive and popular community activity.
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