councillor : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a member of a council

  • Abdal Ullah, a councillor in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, where Banksy's recent mural was painted, has said: "Graffiti is a crime.
  • At 31, he became the city's youngest municipal councillor in Berlin's Tempelhof district, and in 1995 he was elected to the city's parliament.
  • One went on to become a city councillor in the state capital Manaus, while the other is currently the city's deputy mayor.
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  • First Openly Gay Mayor Elected in Northern Ireland
    An Alliance Party councillor in Northern Ireland has become the countrys first openly gay elected mayor. Andrew Muir, a North Down Borough Council member grew up in the borough and has served the electorate since 2010.
    June 15, 2013 - Gayapolis

  • Gordon Brown in Economic Times
    Ashok was a hard-working constituency MP who took pride in representing the people of Middlesbrough as both a councillor and MP since 1987. His long-standing campaigns to keep shipbuilding in Teesside were respected by all sides of the House,...
  • Helen Zille in Independent Online
    This independent investigation clearly confirms what we have believed all along - that the allegations around the investigation into Councillor Chaaban have been nothing more than a smear campaign,Zille told reporters on Wednesday.
  • John Rodriguez in andPOP
    These tickets are not free: the cost is paid in full by the councillor. This same practice occurs in the City of Kitchener, where Elton John is also playing next month,Rodriguez said.

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