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My Assembly Question to the DUP Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster on the removal of the Tourism Events Fund for 2015/16 is detailed below.

Enterprise Minister Assembly Topical Question (Events Fund)

Mr Lyttle: I ask the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment how she can justify her 100% cut to the tourism events fund for 2015-16, which threatens around 65 organisations across Northern Ireland that contribute to important events and festivals that do much for our tourism, society and economy.(AQT 1583/11-15)


Warm Homes

With the beautiful weather we have had this week the last thing on anyone’s mind is home insulation. However, there is a great opportunity to improve your insulation through the ‘Warm Homes Scheme’. The scheme has been extended until March 2015, but is subject to available funding and is on a first come first serve basis, so despite the heat, think ahead and take advantage of this opportunity.


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Belfast is fast becoming a hub for tech start-ups. An article by the Observer has recognised how the transformation of the Titanic Quarter has led to an exciting generation of tech innovators and companies. Good news for recent graduates, who have often had to look abroad for work, as there are now major incentives to stay in Northern Ireland.



PSNI - Domestic Abuse


On average one in four women and one in six men will experience domestic abuse at some stage. In Northern Ireland last year there were over 27,000 incidents of domestic abuse recorded by the PSNI. More concerning is that these are only the reported incidents; many victims of domestic abuse will not come forward to report it. To change this and provide steps to stop domestic abuse, the PSNI have launched their ‘Behind Closed Doors’ campaign, urging those aware of domestic abuse taking place to get in contact with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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