Category: Post

Boris Force One

Great to see this RAF Voyager, perhaps now better known as Boris Force One, take to the sky. Although not as majestic as Britannia it is at least a flagship… Read more »

Unborn Lives Matter

On Saturday 20 June CBRNI visited Bangor to witness the effect of policy endorsed by the local MP Stephen Farry. From their webpage CBR NI describe themselves as not just… Read more »

We Pay Enough!

Don’t think anyone will disagree with the content of the poster and whose responsibility it is. However, having a walk along Seacliffe Road last night I felt Council could do… Read more »

Not In My Name

In a statement Mayor Cummings opened an online book of condolence in memory of George Floyd. “At this time when communities are uniting in the face of a global pandemic,… Read more »

Draw Our Flag

Since there are to be no parades this year for the Twelfth wouldn’t it be good if we all made a special effort to fly our flag this year in… Read more »

No respect for UDR

Many times both within Council and not, I have complained about the state of this feature area at the entrance to Bangor beside the Post Office. Often the display is… Read more »

Alex On Line

Our MLA is neither giving the committee the required oversight or scrutiny. Simply not the level of representation we expect from our politicians. There is however, another aspect of this… Read more »

County Down Spectator

It appears the local rag is back in production, surprised I am! Well, I suppose the real surprise was to receive an email from the Speculator.Still we live in hope… Read more »

Tipping Point

Every party or person who is the darling of the people can only remain so as long as they have the confidence of their electorate. Perpetual scandals and poor government… Read more »

Enterprise Nation £5000 Grants

NDDO New grant opportunity of £5k from Enterprise Nation in partnership with Sales Force, for UK based businesses. The application process opens today (18th May) for Northern Ireland companies, closing… Read more »