Minister Danny Kennedy said the dispute needs to be resolved "as a matter of urgency"
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NI Water dispute: Danny Kennedy says resolution is a 'matter of urgency'

The regional development minister has said that the current dispute at Northern Ireland Water needs to be resolved "as a matter of urgency".

Danny Kennedy was speaking as he joined talks at the Labour Relations Agency aimed at resolving the dispute.

A number of properties in parts of counties Tyrone, Fermanagh and Londonderry are still without a supply as water staff work to rule.

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