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Councillor Kate Nicholl has urged shoppers across Northern Ireland to support local traders on Small Business Saturday today, December 1.
Alliance Education spokesperson Chris Lyttle MLA has reminded parents of eligible children that it will soon be time to apply for pre-school or primary places.
Alliance Health Spokesperson Paula Bradshaw has cautioned that hospital waiting lists continue to be very worrying, and called on political leaders to take responsibility for serious reform.
Alliance Councillor Aaron McIntyre is to urge Lisburn and Castlereagh Councillors to get behind the PSNI's No Grey Zone campaign.
Alliance Leader Naomi Long led a party delegation to discuss the Withdrawal Agreement with the UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
Former Justice Minister David Ford has congratulated the staff at Maghaberry Prison and the leadership of the Northern Ireland Prison Service on recent progress at the prison which was reported in the latest inspection report from CJINI and HMIP.
Alliance Health Spokesperson Paula Bradshaw has cautioned that the Review of Emergency and Urgent Care announced by the Department of Health may not go far enough.
Alliance Brexit spokesperson Stephen Farry MLA has expressed sadness at the conclusion of the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement, saying it is not a moment for celebration. 
Alliance Alderman Stephen Martin has welcomed news funding is to be made available for two local schools.

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