The Warrenpoint businesses battling to stay afloat
"How am I to survive?"
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That was the question one business owner asked of politicians this week in County Down.
Raffles gift shop, run by Olga Fitzpatrick, has been on Warrenpoint's Main Street for nearly 40 years but she said costs were at an all-time high.
"My electricity has increased 330%. That in turn means my turnover has to rise accordingly and in this time I have no hopes of doing that," she added.
Representatives from the hospitality, manufacturing, retail and construction sectors gathered in Warrenpoint to ask politicians what help was out there.
For those at the top table - Sinn Féin MP Chris Hazzard, Sinn Féin assembly member Cathy Mason, the SDLP's Colin McGrath and Patrick Brown from the Alliance Party - that was very much a listening exercise.
Each representative stressed a desire for an executive to be formed at Stormont as a means of addressing some of the most pressing challenges.
But for some of those in attendance a plan B is needed.
"It's no help saying: 'If we had an executive - if, if, if','" said Natasha Daryaie of TGG Promotions.
"Something needs to be done today.
"We need our local MLAs to help our local small and medium enterprises.
"There needs to be more messages on their social media accounts of funding opportunities that they are aware of from the likes of Invest NI or InterTradeIreland."