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Michaela Boyle

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Michaela is a life long Republican and was a member of Strabane District Council from 2008-2011 during which time she held the position of Chairperson from 2010-2011.

Michaela was elected to the Assembly in May 2011 and has been a member of the Health and Agricultural Committees. She is currently a member of the Education Committee and also is the Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee.

Michaela is the party spokesperson on Disability.

Michaela has four daughters and two grandchildren.

Her particular interests include Health, Education, Ethnic minority issues and Welfare Rights issues. She also works closely with a number of community and support groups in her local area and is an active participant in fundraising for a number of different charities.

Michaela enjoys spending time at home with her family and grandchildren. She enjoys music, sport and socialising with friends outside of politics.

Michaela is also a member of her local GAA club Strabane Sigersons.

Constituency Office:
1A Melvin Road
Strabane
Co Tyrone BT82 9PP
Phone: 02871886464

Stormont office:
Room 320
Parliament Buildings
Stormont
Belfast BT4 3XX

Phone no. 90418383

Last update 23rd May 2013

Statements (21)

Call for domestic abuse law to be extended - Boyle18 December, 2014

Boyle concerned about autism diagnosis delays17 November, 2014

Boyle condemns those behind Ballycolman alert24 October, 2014

Ballycolman families bear the brunt again - Boyle8 July, 2014

Clarity needed on HGV levy - Boyle9 June, 2014

Futile dissident campaign needs to stop1 April, 2014

Boyle welcomes reassurance on shared grazing6 March, 2013

Boyle welcomes publication of Auditor’s report into government Estate Management13 November, 2012

Home Help Cuts to feature prominently at Strabane Public meeting22 March, 2010

Comprehensive approach by Executive must challenge levels of child poverty - McGill12 November, 2009

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