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Law Society of Northern Ireland

The Writ magazine is published by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
Contact Nichola MacDougall for further information and course fees. nichola.macdougall@nea.org.uk
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National Energy Action (NEA) NI

National Energy Action (NEA) Northern Ireland is delivering a Level 3 Award in Energy Awareness from August to September 2023
Samaritans Awareness Day
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Samaritans in Northern Ireland

Volunteers raise awareness of its round-the-clock emotional support services to encourage people to get in touch if they need support.
Faithful+Gould (a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group), has been announced as the headline sponsor for the upcoming 2023 Northern Ireland Social Enterprise Awards.
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Social Enterprise Northern Ireland

Faithful+Gould (a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group), has been announced as the headline sponsor for the upcoming 2023 Northern Ireland Social Enterprise Awards.
The entry deadline for the 2023 Northern Ireland Social Enterprise Awards has been extended to allow entrants additional time to complete their submissions.
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Social Enterprise Northern Ireland

The entry deadline for the 2023 Northern Ireland Social Enterprise Awards has been extended to allow entrants additional time to complete their submissions. Closing Date: Midnight on Sunday 6th August 2023
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Advice NI

Do you live in the Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council area or work with groups in the area? Would you like to know a bit more about how to manage your money during these difficult times?
Oscar Knox dad, Stephen Knox is pictured with Stephen Marshall of Balloo Hire, as they launch the eighth annual Oscar Knox Cup. oscarknoxcup@gmail.com
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Balloo Hire has been announced as the official Title Sponsor for the 2023 Oscar Knox Cup charity golf event.
Shed burnt at Killycolpy area of Lough Neagh
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A comprehensive study of wildlife in the Killycolpy area of Lough Neagh has suffered a major setback after a shed housing essential equipment was deliberately set on fire.
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Mosaic Publicity

Next round of applications for James Brown and Sons Community Fund is now open
Applications Open for Arts & Business NI Awards. Apply Now.
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Arts & Business Northern Ireland

Apply now for the Arts & Business NI Awards!
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Advice NI

We are delighted to announce the release of our next Adviser NI course beginning in July.
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Consumer Council for Northern Ireland

The countdown is on to the summer holidays and we are encouraging travellers to plan ahead for a smooth journey. Summer is a busy time for travel and we have compiled a summer travel checklist, to take the stress out of your holiday.
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Consumer Council for Northern Ireland

As electric vehicles are growing in popularity in Northern Ireland, we have developed an online guide for those considering a more environmentally friendly option for their next car.
The King's Award for Voluntary Service
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Volunteer Now

Following the Accession of King Charles III, The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service will now become The King’s Award for Voluntary Service (KAVS).
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VIEWdigital

VIEWdigital editor Brian Pelan will be "In Conversation..." with Roisin Wood, Chief Executive of the Community Foundation Northern Ireland to discuss sustainable independent public interest journalism, at Ulster University, Belfast.
ForSight NI
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Sonya Cassidy PR

The introduction of the most advanced retinal camera in September 2022 has led to sight-saving diagnosis for children in NI.
Matthew Lloyd of Matthew Lloyd Architects, winner of the £10,000 prize sponsored by the Oak Foundation, with Take Back the City campaigners who have been working with local communities to develop proposals for the Mackies site for many years. hhttps://www.takebackthecity.ie/competition
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London-based Matthew Lloyd Architects has won a Belfast urban design competition run by Take Back the City
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Action Cancer, Northern Ireland’s leading, local cancer charity is calling all local construction and property companies to choose one Friday morning during July or August to host a Builders’ Tea and raise awareness of the importance of sun safety.
2022 Boardroom Apprentices Polona Rogina, Nathan Wardlow, Funmilayo Tolani
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Excalibur Press

According to the ‘What Boardroom Apprentices Did Next’ report by McNamee Consulting, individuals taking part in the programme reported gaining a multitude of skills as well as benefiting from hands-on experience of sitting on a board.
2022 Boardroom Apprentice Polona Rogina
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Excalibur Press

Tackling diversity is a tricky task for just one person to undertake, but 33 year old Polona Rogina is hoping to kickstart a movement on boosting the inclusion of people from all backgrounds and walks of life in the boardroom.
NOW Group and Lidl Northern Ireland launch new Retail Skills Academy to support people with autism and learning difficulties into retail careers
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LK Communications

Top employer Lidl Northern Ireland and NOW Group launched a pioneering employability programme to support people with learning difficulties and autism into a retail career.
NI Boardroom Apprentice 2022 Group Shot
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Excalibur Press

There’s only one week left to apply for this year’s Boardroom Apprentice programme online via the official Boardroom Apprentice website.
Martina Bradley, Courtesy of Boardroom Apprentice
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Excalibur Press

Stepping out of our comfort zone can cover a range of both somewhat small and inexplicably large tasks, with Martina choosing to leap head-first rather than walk into a new environment, an experience she certainly does not regret grabbing by the horns.
 Eileen Mullan Founder, Boardroom Apprentice
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Excalibur Press

As Boardroom Apprentice gears up to take on a new cohort of apprentices, Eileen Mullan reflects on where previous Boardroom Apprentices have ended up and what they have gone on to do since completing the Programme.
SVP members were congratulated for reaching a volunteering milestone for the Society Pictured are: Mary Waide SVP Regional President, Pat McCann from North Belfast, Rose McGowan SVP National President, Martin Mailey from Limavady, Majella Savage from Kilmegan, Rosemary Devlin from Coleraine, Veronica Archer from Whiteabbey, Anne Cunningham from Kilmegan, Irene McBride and Sally MacNamee from Omagh and Anne Irwin from Coleraine. www.svp.ie
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More than 120 St Vincent de Paul members from across the North Region joined yesterday to celebrate Volunteers’ Week and learn of the inspirational work being undertaken by SVP across Northern Ireland, at the Society’s annual Members’ Day.