East Belfast DUP MLA Robin Newton has condemned the attack on Police officers by youths in the Cstlereagh Street area of East Belfast last night.
UUP - Flip-Flooping But No Answers
East Belfast DUP MLA Robin Newton has said the UUP conference was packed with flip-flops but little else.
Newton Welcomes East Belfast Drugs Find
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has welcomed the actions of the police in disrupting a cannabis factory in the Castlereagh Street area.
Illegal Drugs Arrests Highlight Need For PSNI Partnership With NCA
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has welcomed the success of the PSNI working in partnership with the National Crime Agency and the arrests of serious players in the supply of illegal drugs.
Police Must Clarify Cause Of East Belfast Fire
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA has expressed alarm following reports that a fire in a residential property in East Belfast’s Templemore Avenue may have been started deliberately. There will be concerns across the community until this matter is fully clarified.
Dementia: 1,289 East Belfast Families Suffering
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA has welcomed the investigation by the Alzheimer’s Society detailing the extent of the illness across Northern Ireland. This is an ailment that needs to be more fully understood and highlighted as a growing health problem. Dementia makes enormous demands on the family of the person suffering this challenging illness.
Police Officer Injured In Local Disorder
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has expressed concerns following the trouble in East Belfast’s Grand Parade area as a result of which one police officer received hospital treatment.
Newton Holds Follow-up Discussions With Bombardier On Redundancy Plans
DUP MLA Robin Newton today met with senior management of Bombardier in Belfast. The meeting follows the announcement by the company that 300 contract posts and up to 90 permanent staff would be laid off following restructuring plans by the company worldwide.
Newton Disappointed At News Of Bombardier Job Losses
East Belfast MLA Robin Newton has expressed his disappointment at news that Bombardier that up to 90 permanent and up to 300 complimentary workforce to be made redundant. Mr Newton recently held talks with the company following the announcement in July of an organizational restructure.
Welcome For New Traffic Controls
ROBIN Newton East Belfast DUP MLA, a member of the Policing Board, has welcomed the installation of traffic controls on East Belfast’s busy Hawthornden Way.
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