I am a Sinn Féin MLA for Upper Bann. I cannot deal with DFI Ministerial matters through Twitter instead email private.office@infrastructure-ni.gov.uk

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John O' Dowd retweeted
Today the Sinn Féin Oireachtas and MLA team gathered at the Dáil in Dublin today. We are ready to lead and deliver a better future for workers and families. @EnnisSinead @sinnfeinireland
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John O' Dowd retweeted
Team @sinnfeinireland standing up for workers and families, representing communities, working for a new Ireland. So proud to welcome First Minister designate @moneillsf and Assembly team today. We live in interesting times!!
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John O' Dowd retweeted
Minister @JohnODowdSF and @CEOTranslink_NI have officially opened the new Park and Ride site at Trooperslane. The facility includes 212 car parking spaces and secure cycle storage. More at: infrastructure-ni.gov.uk/new…
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John O' Dowd retweeted
Thank you to everyone who attended @AllstateNI for the launch of #Belfast's #WalkingCyclingIndex today. The report provides an insight into the infrastructure needed to help create a sustainable, liveable city where people & businesses thrive sustrans.org.uk/walkingcycli… @JohnODowdSF
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John O' Dowd retweeted
My piece in today’s @irish_news👇🏻 “Three quarters of those elected to the Assembly want to get back to work immediately to tackle the cost of living crisis... The DUP should stop punishing people for its political mistakes and let us get on with the job we were elected to do.”
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John O' Dowd retweeted
We were getting soaked but fair play to ⁦@MaryLouMcDonald⁩ she kept talking!
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John O' Dowd retweeted
Delighted to welcome the new Infrastructure Minister @JohnODowdSF to the Belfast #WalkingCyclingIndex event. We look forward to working with the Minister to make significant improvements in walking and cycling infrastructure across NI, which he says he is committed to.
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John O' Dowd retweeted
'How long before we have a united Ireland?' - @richardm56 Leader of Sinn Féin @MaryLouMcDonald tells Richard and @susannareid100 that she believes there will be 'referendums on unity in this decade.' She adds that we need to look at this as a 'democratic opportunity.'
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Replying to @EnnisSinead
Breithla shona duit a chara
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John O' Dowd retweeted
17,000+ on the streets of Belfast. Acht Gaeilge Anois 🅾️✊
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John O' Dowd retweeted
Acht Anois. No more excuses. No more delay. @BorisJohnson @BrandonLewis @dreamdearg
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John O' Dowd retweeted
𝐁𝐮𝐬𝐤𝐅𝐞𝐬𝐭 🎸🎤🎷🎼 Good luck to all buskers performing in #Banbridge today. ⭐ Busking competition in the town centre (1pm-4pm) ⭐ Prize giving in Solitude Park (4.30pm-6.30pm) ⭐ Concert featuring Duke Special in Solitude Park (7pm-8.30pm) Visit: buskfest.com
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A Drugs info session with a group in North Lurgan. Fantastic opportunity for young people to explore substance misuse. @CRJIcentral @ABCpcsp @PSNIABC @abcb_council @KeithHaughian @CiaranToman @JohnODowdSF @EoinTennyson @carlalockhart @StephenMoutray @LouiseMcKinstr2 @LiamMackle
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Sinn Féin is ready to form an Executive now. To work to fix the health service by investing an extra £1 billion. To put money in people’s pockets to deal with the cost-of-living crisis. The DUP and Boris Johnson are blocking real change. It must stop.
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Officially signed in as the Infrastructure Minister. Sinn Féin is ready to form an Executive today, to work with others, and get on with the job of delivering for people on cost of living and the health service. The DUP’s boycott of the Executive must end.
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This election is about the future. You can help elect a progressive First Minister for all. Elect two SF MLAs in Upper Bann. Vote O’Dowd 1 & Mackle 2 Everywhere OUTSIDE of Aghagallon, Lurgan and Magheralin.
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The future Taoiseach, Mary Lou McDonald TD was in Upper Bann today. This election is about hope, progress and real change. It is about electing a First Minister who will work to deliver for all people. Vótáil Sinn Féin on Thursday 5th of May
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£40m investment in Craigavon, more jobs, more economic growth. This is the bit the anti protocol politicians don’t talk about when marching round in ever decreasing circles.
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