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Cameras installed in Limavady as Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP address schools’ ongoing vandalism

Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) has stepped in to address anti-social behaviour in Limavady by installing new temporary cameras in an area of the town. The equipment has been put in place along a laneway between St Mary’s High School and Limavady High School, after…

Police officer injured following disturbances outside Maghaberry Prison

Police have arrested four men, aged in their 20’s, following disturbances at a demonstration being held outside Maghaberry...

Coleraine, Portstewart and Dunloy drug searches

District Support Team carried out a number of searches in Coleraine, Portstewart and Dunloy yesterday as part of continuing efforts to tackle...

Lifesaving equipment damaged along River Bann

A number of Lifesaving equipment pieces have been damaged or used inappropriately along a stretch of the River Bann, police have revealed.

COLERAINE: Search under Misuse of Drugs act carried out on Bushmills Road property

There was a police presence at a house on the Bushmills Road area of Coleraine earlier this morning, with several individuals in...

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Visiting Guidance Issued for Hospitals and Care Homes

All health and social care facilities in Northern Ireland should move to facilitate one face-to-face visit per week by one person, Health...

DoJ Minister welcomes ‘positive’ & ‘overdue’ Victims Payment Scheme

Following the announcement last months that the Department of Justice had been chosen to administer the victims' payment scheme, DoJ Minister Naomi...

Education Minister launches £11.2m Engage programme

Details of a major programme aimed at addressing the impact of Covid-19 on children’s learning have been outlined by Education Minister, Peter...

NI wide restrictions put on place as COVID-19 cases increased

The Executive has today agreed that current restrictions to combat the spread of Covid-19 should be extended across Northern Ireland.

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Tweed injured at Cookstown100 during Lightweight Supersport race

It was a day of mixed emotions for local road racer Darryl Tweet at the Cookstown100 race meeting, going from two podium...

Dervock FC thankful to Air Ambulance following injury to a player

The Air Ambulance were tasked on Saturday afternoon to the local football game between Dervock FC and Portstewart at Paddy Park.

‘Kick Off’ for the Christopher ‘Chrissy’ Hendrie Memorial match this Saturday

It all 'kicks off' this Saturday, when the annual Christopher Hendrie Memorial match returns yet again to raise money for a worthy...

Tweet to compete for McAdoo Kawasaki at Cookstown 100

Ballymoney Road Racer, Darryl Tweed, will compete at the Cookstown100 road races this weekend for McAdoo Kawasaki team. Darry...
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Childhood dream to reality for Aimee as ‘Ballymoney School of Music and Performing Arts’ set to open

From a childhood dream, Aimee Doherty has turned her passion into a business, and is soon to open Ballymoney’s newest ‘School of Music...

Lidl’s recalls batches of Glensallagh chicken breast pieces as precaution

As a precaution Faughan Foods is recalling batches of Glensallagh Family Pack Roast Chicken Breast Pieces and Glensallagh Family Pack Tikka Style...

‘Royal Approval’ for Ballymoney Soldiers emotional reunion with Son

A video of a Soldier from Ballymoney who surprised his son during a football match whilst on leave, has went viral,

Mayor pledges to ‘move 5k on the day’ for Macmillan Cancer Support

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has joined forces with Macmillan’s Move More Co-Ordinator to encourage people to get involved in the cancer charity’s biggest annual fundraising event. Alderman Mark Fielding recently met with Catherine Bell-Allen at Cloonavin where he pledged his support for the World’s Biggest…

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Cameras installed in Limavady as Causeway Coast and Glens PCSP address schools’ ongoing vandalism

Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) has stepped in to address anti-social behaviour in Limavady by installing new temporary cameras in an area of the town. The equipment has been put in place along a laneway between St Mary’s High School and Limavady High School, after…

Glens Healthy Places Programme Shares the Success of Supporting Communities to Improve Their Health

A small group of people involved in the Glens Healthy Places Project have come together to share the success of the programme, and to highlight the benefit of these approaches. Four different strands were progressed across the Glens DEA between November 2019 and April 2020. These were: Glens Men, which aimed to address loneliness and…

Your opinions matter to us

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is calling on the public’s participation to enhance its decision-making processes and inform the services it offers. The Council is seeking people from all types of backgrounds to have their say and help shape equality. There are two ways to get involved: As a…

​Recycling levels increase across Causeway Coast and Glens

Recycle Week starts today and Recycle Now along with Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council want to thank everyone for continuing to recycle despite all that has happened this year. Statistics show that through lockdown Northern Ireland has become even more environmentally aware, with 83% of households saying they ‘regularly…

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council needs your help to celebrate the area’s famous sons and dau

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council wants to celebrate the area’s most notable sons and daughters. The new Museum Services project is part of a wider programme to mark the centenary of Northern Ireland. Members of the public can get involved now by nominating individuals whose achievements over the last…

‘Building a United Community Fund’ remains open to applications

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council's Good Relations team is reminding not-for-profit groups that funding is available for projects that promote positive relationships in communities across the area. The 'Building a United Community Fund' is administered by the Good Relations' team, and is designed to support and develop respect, understanding and tolerance between…
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