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Ulster Farmers Union seeking to reverse SDLP minister's veto on agricultural pollution plan

Ulster Farmers Union seeking to reverse SDLP minister's veto on agricultural pollution plan

News
STORMONT'S new environment minister is to consider a proposal from the Ulster Farmers Union to relax the rules around agricultural pollution even though her predecessor feared such a move could have "bent the rules".
Durkan blocks farm pollution 'leniency' proposal    SDLP minister Mark H Durkan: 'It's depressing at times at the executive table'    Durkan says tackling climate change need not affect farm production   
25 people reported to Public Prosecution Service over ‘illegal' Ardoyne parade
Cavan stroll to easy win over Armagh at Breffni Park

Cavan stroll to easy win over Armagh at Breffni Park

GAA Football
THIS was the game that was supposed to see the Ulster Championship spark into life. Two games so far, two one-sided affairs, leave it to Cavan and Armagh – they’ll get things going. Or, at least, so plenty of us thought.
Killian Brady denies there is bad blood between Armagh & Cavan    Armagh stand tallest to take down Cavan minors at Breffni    Mayo brush London aside to clinch semi-final spot