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12/01/2018

New Black Taxi Jobs Announced

Funding to create 26 new Black Taxi driver jobs has been announced by Sinn Féin Councillor Ciaran Beattie.

Cllr Beattie posted the news to his Facebook, and it is understood that the funding has been secured through Belfast City Council.
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A jobs fair for hopeful drivers will be held at Cultúrlann on 01 February.

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