ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has described the threats made against Elmgrove Primary School pupils as absolutely horrifying.
Newton Condemns East Belfast Armed Robbery
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has condemned the actions of the two thugs who carried out an armed robbery of a security delivery van today in East Belfast.
Addressing Growing Debt Problems Needs More Than Payday Loan Regulation
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA in welcoming steps by Financial Conduct Authority to limit % interest charges on the payday loan industry said more needs to be done to encourage the mutual society/ credit union movement to grow. There needs to be alternatives to payday lenders who target low-income families and individuals.
Suspicious East Belfast Death Needs Clarification
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has expressed concerns following the “suspicious” find of a man’s body in Chobham Street.
Corporation Tax Critics Don't Offer Solutions To Bring NI Jobs
DUP MLA for East Belfast Robin Newton has said those criticising the devolution of Corporation Tax powers speak from either a position of ignorance or are motivated by political scaremongering but none are offering solutions to bring more jobs to Northern Ireland.
Buying Fake Designer Goods Contributes To Misery For Many
East Belfast DUP MLA and Policing Board member Robin Newton, has said that shoppers should be wary about purchasing fake designer goods when they are on the lookout for Christmas presents.
Arson Attack On Family Car Shameful
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board has described the arson attack on an East Belfast family’s car as a shocking and shameful act.
Another Shop Robbery In East Belfast
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has described the latest hold-up of a local shop in East Belfast’s Connsbrook Avenue as another dreadful incident.
Newton Welcomes Removal Of Threatening Graffiti
DUP MLA Robin Newton has welcomed the removal of graffiti from the wall of the Translink depot in Short Strand that he described as “sectarian and intimidatory”. The words “All huns are targets” along with the letters “CDIA” have been painted on the side of the East Belfast facility.
Free Benefit Check A Valuable Piece Of Work
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA has welcomed the initiative by Social Development Minister Mervyn Storey offering 25,000 people a free benefit check.
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