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Holywood and Clandeboye Alliance Councillor Andrew Muir is encouraging members of the public to report any malodours experienced near the Kinnegar Lagoons and Waste Water Treatment Plant in Holywood after recent reports of the sewage stink returning.
Alliance Councillor Sian O'Neill's drive to see Belfast City Council end period poverty has moved a step closer, after she secured committee support to commission a report on the issue.
The Alliance Party has opposed a £500,000 increase to next year's Belfast rates, designed to enhance the Area Based Festivals Fund which includes providing diversionary activities for bonfires.
Alliance MLA and Chief Whip Kellie Armstrong has said women have come a long way, but more needs to be done to secure true equality, as the UK marks 100 years since women first received the right to vote.
Alliance Health Spokesperson Paula Bradshaw has welcomed proposals for the first specialist children's Care and Justice campus in Northern Ireland.
Alliance representative Peter Lavery has condemned an attack on a Church in Lurgan, which Police have confirmed they're now treating as a hate crime.
Alliance Health Spokesperson Paula Bradshaw has said that the Department of Health and Belfast Trust should make a package of support available to the families of patients at Muckamore Abbey Hospital, pending the outcome of the police investigation into allegations of mistreatment.
Kellie Armstrong MLA has called on the Department for Communities to urgently consider the National Audit Office report regarding Motability Operations, after it emerged the company which supplies cars for people with mobility issues had been accused of over-charging its customers.
Alliance Leader Naomi Long has again stressed the need to bank the backstop, as she responded to Prime Minister Theresa May's latest statement in the House of Commons.

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