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Cathal Ó hOisín


Cathal Ó hOisín

Phone: 02877742488

Cathal Ó hOisín was first elected to Limavady Borough Council in 2005, since then he has served as Sinn Fein group leader and also as Mayor of the Borough.  In the Assembly Election 2011 he secured 2369 first preference votes.

In 2010 he was the Sinn Fein East Derry candidate for the Westminster election.  His particular interests are in Environmental, Cultural and Health issues.

He also serves on the Tourism Partnerships in the region and has worked to develop the vast natural resources in the constituency including Benone beach and Magilligan Strand.

His campaigns have included the Dungiven Bypass and the Shackleton army base regeneration.

Cathal is involved in various community development initiatives including the promotion of Irish culture and language.  He is committed to serving all members of the community and endeavours to strengthen the delivery of local democracy.

Stormont committees:
Member of the Committee for Regional Development
Assembly Spokesperson on Culture Arts and Leisure

Constituency Office details:
Dungiven Office
81 Main St
County Derry
BT47 4LE
Mon- Fri 9.30am – 4.30pm
Phone: 02877742488

Stormont office:
Room 385D
Parliament Buildings
Belfast  BT4 3XX

Statements (125)

Latest Derry/Belfast Rail line delay unacceptable – Ó hOisín13 April, 2015

DRD Committee had no option to refer Minister to PPS23 March, 2015

Full upgrade of A6 needed not patchwork repairs16 March, 2015

Ballykelly site transformation under way18 February, 2015

No confidence in McCausland as DCAL chair - Ó hOisín29 January, 2015

Ó hOisín ag tathaint ar an UUP éirí as an fheasura don Ghaeloideachas27 January, 2015

Irish language school objection by Unionists unfounded - Ó hOisín26 January, 2015

Sinn Féin will continue to support Coláiste Dhoire - Ó hOisín25 January, 2015

Extra money for DARD move highlights commitment to Ballykelly20 January, 2015

Ó hOisín welcomes high Civil Service interest in move to Ballykelly12 January, 2015

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