“I believe that the power-sharing government can work. That requires everyone to step up. Sinn Féin’s commitment is to do all in our power to make this happen,” she said. “Three years ago Martin McGuinness set down a challenge to all of us to get it right and to deliver for all. We now need to get to work.”
Who is going to lead West Dunbartonshire Council’s SNP administration into this year’s budget discussion, consultations and confrontations?
n making the telling point that ‘The jagged edges of the violent past are still locked within ideological vices’, The Sound of the Shuttle is an insightful and honest report based upon many years of creative and critical practice. This is an essential book for our changing times.
Cllr Diane Docherty and colleagues cut the first sod on the new housing site at Aitkenbar Primary School, which has now been demolished.
Yet again this is another broken promise in a long list by the SNP Government. This is now the third delay since this programme was launched in 2006 and it is unacceptable that people in rural parts of West Dunbartonshire and Argyll and Bute continue to be disadvantaged.
Synchronicity’s energy and enthusiasm for Lennox has been amazing and their vision of the character and his story reflects mine perfectly. I am convinced Claire and the team offer the ideal partner in bringing Lennox—who is a subtly nuanced and complex character—to the screen. I am very excited to see it all coming together.”