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Book of Condolence opens in City Hall for victims of New Zealand attack

15 Mar 2019
A Book of Condolence for those who lost their lives in today’s attacks in New Zealand has been opened at City Hall.

Lord Mayor, Councillor Deirdre Hargey, joined Dr Muhammad Saleem Tareen, a member of the Executive Committee of Belfast Islamic Centre, Karen Sethuraman, the Lord Mayor’s Chaplain, and representatives of all the political parties on Belfast City Council to open the book.

It will be available for signing in the main reception of City Hall during normal opening hours (8.30am -5pm Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday).

Please note City Hall will open 1pm-5pm on Sunday (17 March) due to preparations for the St Patrick’s Day parade.
Lord Mayor Councillor Deirdre Hargey signs the Book of Condolence The Lord Mayor with Dr Muhammad Saleem Tareen and  Karen Sethuraman Lord Mayor with Members of Council signing the Book of Condolence