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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A vital change

THEY say it was a peaceful Twelfth. That   children’s faces painted with offensive slogans, marchers breaking the law, verbal and […]

Rolling out the red carpet

For those of us who believe Ireland is a country of six million and a nation of 70 million, the […]

Unionist walk-out was no surprise

PLATFORM: By Seán Murray The disengagement from the current talks process by political unionism came as no great surprise to […]

Badly in need of democrats

They say the Scottish independence movement is having success on at least one front: they’re rounding up people who haven’t […]

Happy Twelfth?

The Twelfth will soon be upon us again. Festivals in most places make people wish each other Happy Fourth, Happy […]

Boney advice is so much hot air

TAKE a look at this thing on the right. It’s got to be 80 feet high and its core is […]