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Charlotte Street parking issues set to continue as no solution found

The parking issues along the narrow stretch of road on Charlotte Street in Ballymoney are set to continue as DfI say any...

Minister Poots visits North Coast after £2.7M funding announcement

Rural Affairs Minister Edwin Poots MLA has visited towns and villages across Northern Ireland’s North Coast to see how £2.7million funding provided...

RBL Bennet House sale to proceed

A statement by the Board of Trustees of Bennet House in Portrush, have confirmed the process to sell the property is to...

Proposed Accelerated recovery plan for reopening of leisure facilities passed at council meeting

At the latest full council meeting, a proposal by DUP Councillor John McAuley, passed which could see the recovery plan to reopened...

Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council opens online Book of Condolence for John Hume

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding has opened an online Book of Condolence in memory of John Hume. Alderman Fielding said: “I wish to extend my sympathy to John Hume’s wife and family, friends and colleagues on this sad occasion. “John was a very…

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£3.2 million in additional funding to Councils announced by Minister

Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín today announced £3.2 million in additional funding to Councils to allow them to support the voluntary and...

Minister Poots visits North Coast after £2.7M funding announcement

Rural Affairs Minister Edwin Poots MLA has visited towns and villages across Northern Ireland’s North Coast to see how £2.7million funding provided...

McGuigan urges ‘clear & comprehensive’ plan from Education Minister

Sinn Féin MLA, Philip McGuigan, has echoed calls from party colleagues across the North for the Education Minister to bring forward a...

Councillor Dallat-O’Driscoll pays tribute to former SDLP leader Hume

SDLP Councillor, Helena Dallat-O’Driscoll has expressed sympathy on the passing of former SDLP leader and Nobel Laureate, John Hume.

SPORT

Spectators can return to local GAA matches in the North

Sinn Féin councillor Cathal Mclaughlin is delighted that spectators are set to return to local GAA matches this weekend in the north...

NW200 starts cook for club fundraiser

Well known local and celebrity Chef Derek Steele has teamed up with The North West 200 Supporters Club for a fundraiser.

Lidl Northern Ireland Launch #LidlLegends Competition to Celebrate and Encourage Community Volunteer Support During Covid-19 Pandemic

Lidl Northern Ireland is calling on sports clubs across the country to volunteer their support to those who need it during...

Remembering Robert Dunlop 12 years on

It’s been 12 years to the day since Robert Dunlop lost his life at the North West 200 in 2008.
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Family-fun returns to Coleraine as it takes part in UK-wide Monster Hero Safari

A unique story-trail adventure is coming to Coleraine this summer to encourage families back to the town centre. Organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Town & Village Management team, the Monster Hero Safari aims to bring back safe family fun after the restrictions and challenges of recent months.…

CRS recruiting in the Ballymoney area

The Community Rescue Service - Northern District - are now recruiting for operational and support roles in the North West.

Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council makes ‘Shop, Eat, Enjoy Local’ appeal

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is asking everyone to ‘Shop, Eat and Enjoy Local’ as our towns and villages begin to re-open again. Alderman Mark Fielding said that given the challenges of the past number of months, it’s never been more important to support shops and…

Despite COVID-19, Cancer Research UK Ballymoney continues annual fundraiser

The Cancer Research UK Ballymoney Committee have said in a Facebook post that they are ‘undeterred from beating cancer sooner’

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Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council opens online Book of Condolence for John Hume

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding has opened an online Book of Condolence in memory of John Hume. Alderman Fielding said: “I wish to extend my sympathy to John Hume’s wife and family, friends and colleagues on this sad occasion. “John was a very…

Small grants to help local businesses announced by CCGBC as part of new COVID-19 recovery package

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is pleased to announce that it has been allocated £449,000 for a COVID-19 Recovery Revitalisation Programme. The financial package includes £340,000 from the Department for Communities for investment in urban settlements with a population of 5000 or more along with £109,000 from the Department…

Young people encouraged to get active with Multi Sport Camps and Community Sport Roadshows

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Sport and Wellbeing team is holding a series of Multi Sport Camps to help children get active again. The summer recreation programme is aimed at boys and girls aged 5 -12, and will cover an exciting variety of sports including baseball, Olympic handball, football,…

Inclusive skills challenge videos available online now

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Sport and Wellbeing Development Unit has put together a series of inclusive skills and challenge videos to help members of the public stay active at home. The video challenges have been created in partnership with Disability Sport Northern Ireland.  Covering a variety of activities, they are…

New exhibition goes on virtual display at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre is delighted to present a new exhibition created by its brilliant in-house Friday Art Group called ‘Art Apart’. The ‘Art Apart’ members normally meet every Friday afternoon in the Arts Centre to create artwork together and learn from each other over a cup of…

Zomba City Council worker completes three month placement with Causeway Coast and Borough Council

An Environmental Health Officer from Zomba in Malawi has recently returned home after spending three months on work placement with Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council. Gomezgani Nyasulu (Gome) arrived in the area at the beginning of March, just weeks before coronavirus restrictions came in to force. The placement aimed…
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