A month marked by an increase in Deash attacks, including Lahore and Brussels.
Police are continuing to work away at those thought to be trading drugs in The Meadows.
I took exception to a petition that claimed posters against fraudsters asking for money from people on the street was an attack on beggars; the same petition also claimed Framework had been wound up.
General astonishment at the plan to require all schools to become academies.
Announced during the Budget, which sought to punish the disabled; and had to be rewritten. The council’s budget agreed over £20 million of savings.
Some good and great art.
St.Patrick’s Day was very pleasant; and a documentary by “Mrs. Brown” that highlighted a battle in which Sherwood Foresters were killed and badly wounded by rebels, in a way that proper leadership could have avoided. The documentary prompted me to find out more and write up a bit on Pte. Lang who came from The Meadows.
Turns Ireland is the European nation most concerned that the UK should remain in the European Union.
The end to a very warm winter.
Public meetings with NeMTRA and OMTRA. A ward walk, a lonely walk, and a mid-month report – showing progress and seeking action. 1588 matters have been logged for chasing, from around 662 clients, since October 21st, 2011.