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A delegation of Councillors from Newry and Mourne District Council’s Elected Members Forum undertook a study visit to Glasgow 12–14 September 2014.
Blue-green algae occur naturally in inland waters, estuaries and the sea. Blue-green algae and other algal groups are important contributors to the aquatic biology of fresh and marine waters. They are primary producers that:
The 13th and 14th of September 2014 are designated European Heritage Open Days, organised by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency.
The Live Here Love Here small grants scheme is open to volunteer groups looking to complete an environmental or community improvement project in their local area
Are you a small to medium business trying to grow?
Many companies can find it difficult to grow beyond a certain scale.
The Light it up Gold campaign run by Childhood Cancer Foundation with the support of Cancer Fund for Children in Northern Ireland will see buildings and famous landmarks around Ireland Light up Gold for International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Mrs Bernie Kane, Rostrevor won the title of Recycler of the Month for August. The competition is sponsored by ‘Around a Pound’ in partnership with Newry and Mourne Council to encourage residents to recycle in their blue recycling bin.
Sign up for this FREE event to spend your evening with Ulster Rugby Captain, Rory Best!