Thank you for visiting JudithCochrane.com, an online hub for news, alerts and updates for vibrant East Belfast – the constituency I represent in the Northern Ireland Assembly and the place I fondly call home. Here, you can find useful informational resources, read about my recent work and stay abreast of what's happening in your community. In my role as your representative, I firmly believe it is my duty to be accessible and accommodating to every one of my constituents. In that light, I hope my website can offer you a convenient platform for engagement so that you may contact me with any comments, concerns, personal or local issues. Remember: I work for you!
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  • Visiting the Royal Mail East Belfast Delivery Office
  • Titanic Building
  • Launching '1 More in 4' proposals for All Party Group on SMEs
  • C.S. Lewis - Holywood Arches Library
  • Maths Week with Strandtown Primary
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On 7 February, the British Youth Council is hosting an information session for young people interested in joining the UK Youth Parliament in Northern Ireland. Session topics will include the rules, campaign tips and the criteria for a good manifesto.

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Automated Intelligence (AI), a software company based in East Belfast, has secured a significant loan from the Growth Loan Fund in Northern Ireland. AI intends to use the loan to support ongoing sales growth and to invest in research and development.

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The Consumer Council recently released information about passengers' rights in honour of Disabled Access Day. The information was also compiled in response to a survey which showed that 45% of respondents had travelled at some point with reduced mobility, but over 70% of respondents did not know their rights.

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Having completed sewer investigation work in the Mersey Street area of East Belfast, NI Water has announced that the construction of a new storm water sewer at the site will now begin. NI Water anticipates that the £249,000 project will be finished by May 2015.

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The Consumer Council's 'Be Wise with Money Campaign' is now in its third week, and representatives are encouraging everyone to look into switching bank accounts.

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