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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast
Deputy Leader of the Green Party NI. 🍉🏳️‍🌈🌻 Cllr for Castle. Retweets not endorse. Views my own. oharam@belfastcity.gov.uk
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast 16h
Replying to @duff91
I’ll leave you to your own perspective
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Neasa Hourigan TD 16h
INM media is pushing this (imaginary deal) very hard, not a great look to have a totally unverified story on the front page. I wonder why this large corporate entity would be trying to shape the narrative. 🤔🤔🤔
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast 16h
Replying to @duff91
I’m not a liberal
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast 21h
Ignore the guff and spin from others. This is a sensible approach to hammer out negotiations and a programme for government.
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Wolf Conservation Center Feb 15
Wolves are curious. Wolves are playful. Be like a wolf 🐺 When seeking to play, wolves will dance + bow. Playtime can include a game of chase + wrestling too. Not only is this fun, but it also strengthens family bonds. another reason to .
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Conor McKinney Feb 15
Serial water polluter found guilty of offences again by illegally discharging into network. The company has historically been fined for repeated pollution of Enler River. Consider purchasing from more responsible businesses.
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Brendan Hughes Feb 15
Here's all of Stormont's new special advisers: Named, pictured, salaried. The info was released just before 5pm on a Friday - a classic move to avoid publicity. New decade, same old approach.. 📰
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Ken Reid Feb 14
Former DUP MLA Alastair Ross is back at Stormont. He will be SPAD to Economy Minister .
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 14
Good to see the Minister challenge this nonsense idea. £20 billion of infrastructure money would be transformative for Northern Ireland. Imagine what sustainable transport would look like with that money!
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 14
And describing walls permeated by water
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Strangford Greens Feb 13
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 14
Replying to @coaimpaul
I sense a change in political will on this. Not sure it’s enough yet though.
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 14
Alongside education, early intervention and treatment services this is how you can turn the corner on drug deaths.
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 13
Great to meet with this group of West Belfast Groups on their constituency issues and plans for growing the group in West Belfast. Excited about what they will do.
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Caroline Lucas Feb 13
Our environment is now being *safeguarded* by a minister who - Voted 14 times against measures to tackle climate change - Voted 3 times against support for local carbon electricity - Described environmental protection laws as “spirit crushing” 🤦‍♀️
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 13
Replying to @CllrRyanMurphy
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 13
Beyond angry. I’m soo sorry I couldn’t be there today. A traumatised family and girlfriend seek justice for the murder of Lyra and these people get on like that.
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 13
Replying to @john_bhoy67
Unfortunately no. If we are serious about enhancing sustainable transport, addressing air pollution and combatting climate change then we must shift behaviours re the private car. Granting privileges one select group of motorists goes against all of that.
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Cllr Mal O’Hara (Castle DEA) Belfast Feb 12
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Jason Hickel Feb 12
During the last mass extinction event 66 million years ago, ocean pH dropped by 0.25, which was enough to wipe out 75% of marine species. On our present emissions trajectory, ocean pH will drop by 0.4 by the end of the century.
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