Welcome To MyNI
MyNI is helping to rewrite the digital rule-book for how government departments and other public sector organisations in Northern Ireland engage with you, where you like to be - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, in fact any social media channels. We are here to create and share content that is relevant, useful and most of all of benefit to all of you who live and work in Northern Ireland whatever the subject.
Here's video that might help explain things better -
Have a Look at Our Work
Take a look at the website and our social channels - share with your friends and family and let us know what you think. Especially if you find something that made you do something differently, or made you think differently about anything, we would love to hear about that.
You should also read the MyNI Community Policy.
Talk To Us
If you would like to talk to us you can send us a message on any of our social channels or by email.
What People Say About Us
Anthea Owens, Recycling, Education Officer in Fermanagh & Omagh District Council says:
"MyNI will be an exciting new channel for reminding people in Fermanagh and Omagh District Council why and how they can easily recycle their food waste. Especially at Christmas time and in the New Year, recycling food waste is so important."
Dr Ian Garner of Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) says:
"WRAP Northern Ireland is pleased to support MyNI as it creates a network of useful online information and engages householders to recycle unavoidable food waste through their kerbside recycling schemes".
Samuel McElheran, a dairy farmer in Stranocum says:
"MyNI will open up stronger lines of communication between me and DAERA, which will help us to work better together. I'm also looking forward to opening up our conversations with other farmers and dairy processors."