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Yarwood stands for youth, community and connectivity

As the council elections approach in Adelaide, many hopeful candidates are out knocking on doors, meeting local residents and feeding letterboxes with their policies.

One man who has been representing Adelaide for the past four years and running again this month is the youngest Lord Mayor in history, Stephen Yarwood. 713 more words

Adelaide

Brain Drain

We’ve been reflecting here at Leaky Towers on the departure of Wirral Council Chief Executive Comrade Burgesski. We understand that ” sparks flew” prior to him announcing this departure (the title of the song below says it all ) .And it would seem that even the pleasant times to be had in an exclusive hostelry in Wirral  – which served as the local equivalent to The Clog and Billycock in his previous haunt in Blackburn  – have suddenly lost their appeal. 519 more words

Winter is Coming...

Was it really just last week that I was writing about how much I love the Autumn? If so, I take it back, I take it all back. 449 more words

October 2014

Annual Sheep Drive - Sunday 5th October 2014

The Worshipful Company of Woolmen’s Annual Sheep Drive Across London Bridge

The Master of the Worshipful Company of Woolmen, Richard Excell, has decreed that the Company will organise another Sheep Drive across London Bridge this year, following the success of last year’s event.   140 more words

DISABILITY PRIDE 2014, Belfast carnival: Saturday 20th September @dispridebelfast

DisabilityPride is coming to Belfast on 20th September 2014, there will be a carnival parading through the streets to the City Hall, where we will have a concert and retail village. 368 more words

Events

Lord Mayor's Visit to St Patrick's College

The Lord Mayor of Cork City Cllr Mary Shields visited the school today. She was greeted by the Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl and spoke to 1st and 2nd year students on the importance of having pride in your city. 23 more words

St Patrick's College

Belfast celebrates with Carl Frampton


Thousands of people flocked to the grounds of City Hall today to celebrate the achievements of Belfast’s new World Champion boxer Carl Frampton.

Lord Mayor Nichola Mallon held a special reception for the local boxer on the front lawns of City Hall, giving the people of the city the opportunity to celebrate Carl’s victory against Spanish fighter Kiko Martinez in Saturday night’s Titanic Showdown. 73 more words

Belfast