Byline: David Clegg THE Alliance Party of Northern Ireland blame the violent flag protests on an attempt by the Democratic Unionist Party to unseat their MP Naomi Long.
What does APNI stand for?
APNI stands for Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
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- Asia-Pacific National Health Accounts Network
- Asia Pacific Natural Hazards Information Network (Hawaii)
- Academy for Practical Nursing and Health Occupations (West Palm Beach, FL)
- Advisory Panel on Natural Health Products (formerly known as the Advisory Panel on Herbal Remedies; Canada)
- Asia Pacific Network for Housing Research
- Action Potential Networks, Inc. (technology provider)
- Association for Postnatal Illness (London, England, UK)
- Association Pointe Noire Industrielle (French; Congo industrial association)
- Au Pair Network International (UK)
- Australian Plant Name Index
- Asia Pacific Network Information Centre
- Asia Pacific Network for International Education and Values Education (Korea)
- Arbitrary Precision Number Library (MKB Technology)
- Army Personnel Newsletter
- Automatic Plug-In Night Light
- American Power and the New Mandarins (book)
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Experience: Student Union president, Trinity College, Carmarthen (1990-91); former deputy director of conferences & events at the Liberal Democrats in London (2000-2); former deputy campaigns officer, Alliance Party of Northern Ireland (2003); former councillor, London Borough of Lewisham Council (1998-2002); currently party manager, Welsh Liberal Democrats.
Entries relate to events, individuals, legal institutions, and organizations, parties, and paramilitary groups, from the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland to Harold Wilson.