All 4 results for robin walker speaker:Robin Newton

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: British Government Proposal for Troubles Amnesty (20 Jul 2021)

Robin Newton: the principle that everyone unites under: the law should apply equally and be applied without fear or favour. On this very sensitive matter, let me quote 'Belfast Telegraph' journalist Gail Walker, who, in an excellent article last weekend, wrote: "Keeping the peace by inflicting another kind of violence upon survivors, censoring their stories, running a line through the broken heart...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Comber Greenway (30 Jun 2015)

Robin Newton: ...been injured. I know of one gentleman who was knocked off his bicycle when using the Comber greenway and, in fact, ended up with a broken leg. Again, the key is to have areas designated, where walkers can walk, joggers can jog and cyclists can cycle, and you get a harmonious relationship between all three that delivers the benefit. I accept that the Regional Development Minister is here...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Comber Greenway (6 Oct 2008)

Robin Newton: ...that were represented. In a previous debate on the matter, the Minister for Regional Development told the Assembly: “I am confident that proposals can be developed that will not push cyclists and walkers off the route.” — [Official Report, Vol 31, No 3, p169, col 1]. In the Department for Regional Development’s ‘Corporate Plan 2008-2011: Business Plan 2008-2009’, on targeting...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Strategic Outline Case for Rapid Transit (3 Jun 2008)

Robin Newton: ...I am a regular user of the Comber Greenway, particularly around the Bloomfield area, and I enjoy that facility. Some people have strong feelings about protecting that area for the exclusive use of walkers and cyclists. I do not agree completely with those views, but, as Jim Wells mentioned, some sympathy for those points of view should be included in the proposals. I will finish by saying...

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