Tag Archives: NI water

Sewers upgrade moved forward

AN upgrade of part of South Belfast’s aging sewage system has been pushed forward thanks to millions

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River of mud rolled down the street

LAGMORE Heights was one of the areas worst affected in last week’s flooding, with a nearby

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BIG dig begins

Work on the water mains on the Cliftonville Road that was due to start last Monday will begin

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Deluge opens floodgates to criticism of agencies

The recent bad weather in South Belfast has opened up the floodgates to criticism of how agencies are dealing with flooding in areas such as Sicily Park.SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell has held meetings with NI Water to address the response procedures that were implemented in the Finaghy area.

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Ten million litres of water used in just one day in South Belfast

SOUTH Belfast uses around 10 million litres of water in one day, it has been revealed.

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Who goes there, friend or foe…?

It must be hard for journalists to follow all the wars going on now. Because in these wars today’s enemy […]

From Hardinge to Street Park Lodge

The Christian Brothers were a great organisation for planning ahead. In the late 1950s they looked at the growth of […]

Top Gear’s bottom marks for figures

REGULAR readers of this column will know that Squinter enjoys the occasional punt, so the vagaries of chance are a […]

The numbers game

PICK a number – any number… That’s normally the line of a TV magician about to pull off a card trick, […]

Axing camouflages real target

Under Dr Maguire’s approach and restructuring of historic investigations, post-Al Hutchinson, the Office of the Police Ombudsman now enjoys the […]

Meeting goes downhill very quickly

THERE’S a car half-blocking the entrance to the Andytown News. It’s a black Fiesta with a southern registration and there’s […]