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News almost half of Northern Ireland's schools being in debt are proof of an urgent need for a Bengoa-style review of the entire education system, Alliance MLA Chris Lyttle has said.
Alliance Councillor Karen Douglas has proved menstruation matters, as Ards and North Down back her plans to see sanitary products provided within local schools and colleges free of charge.
Alliance Party Health Spokesperson Paula Bradshaw has said the Department of Health's announcement of £11.1m of additional funding for community pharmacy is a step in the right direction, but still well short of what is required.
Alliance Infrastructure Spokesperson, Kellie Armstrong MLA, has said she will be seeking urgent clarification as to why the Department has decided not to defend a legal challenge that lead to Mr Justice McCloskey making the order to quash the original approval for the A5.
Alliance South Belfast representatives have welcomed news revealed today that Ulster Rugby is to introduce behaviour classes for all its players.
Alliance South Belfast MLA Paula Bradshaw has said the publication of the UN rapporteur on extreme poverty further highlights that a two-child policy is ill advised.
Alliance Justice spokesperson Stewart Dickson MLA has praised the emergency services following a major weapons find in West Belfast.
Ards and North Down is set to assess how it can become a Carbon Neutral Council, after Alliance Councillor Andrew Muir raised the issue earlier this week.
Paula Bradshaw MLA has given a cautious welcome to news women from Northern Ireland seeking an abortion will be able to travel to the Republic in order to do so. 

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