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Northern Ireland’s vaccine certification App set to go live

The Department of Health has launched a new ‘COVIDCertNI’ app enabling users to apply for and show proof of vaccination for international travel purposes...

Northern Ireland’s vaccine certification App set to go live

The Department of Health has launched a new ‘COVIDCertNI’ app enabling users to apply for and show proof of vaccination for international travel purposes...

Olympic Gold hopes for Hanna and Katie

Two North Coast sportswomen have begun their Olympic Gold journeys today as Tokyo’s Olympic games kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony. Hanna Scott and...

‘Seems to me it WASN’T police’ Judge says as Woman appears...

In an odd set of circumstances on Monday afternoon, a Barrister said a Woman had turned up to Coleraine Magistrates’ Court, sitting in Ballymena,...
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Personal experience inspires Mayor’s support for Farm Safety Week

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has met the president of the Ulster Farmers Union to show his support for Farm Safety Week 2021. Councillor Richard Holmes joined Victor Chestnutt on his Bushmills farm today (Friday 23rd July) with Councillor Sandra Hunter to help highlight the importance of staying…

Armoy and Coleraine to host mobile vaccination clinics

The Northern Trust has confirmed that their mobile vaccination clinic will host a clinic in Armoy and Coleraine. On Thursday, July 29, at Tilly Molloy’s...

Vaccine certification system under extreme pressure

The interim vaccine certification system is currently under extreme pressure and users are asked to be patient. We are aware that some users are experiencing...

Firearm discovery in Ballycastle

Police are currently conducting a search in the Clare Road area of Ballycastle following the discovery of a suspicious object on Thursday evening (July...

Covid-19 related deaths: week ending 16th July 2021

Latest figures published today by NISRA show that four deaths involving Covid-19 occurred in the week 10th July to 16th July 2021. The total number...
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Mayor’s good luck message for Olympic competitors

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has offered his best wishes to two local competitors ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. Causeway Coast and Glens will be represented by hockey player Katie Mullan who will captain the Ireland team, and rower Hannah Scott from Great Britain's women's quadruple…

Givan and O’Neill wish local Olympians well for Tokyo

First Minister Paul Givan and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill have sent their best wishes to all the local athletes competing at the Olympic...

Mallon to invest £10million in transformation of new train station for...

Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon has announced a £10m investment project that will see the construction of a new train station at York Street, Belfast. Having...

Spate of burglaries in Ballycastle this morning

Police are appealing for information following a spate of burglaries in Ballycastle this morning (July 22). Constable Collins said: "At around 4.30 am, we received...

Statement on Executive decisions

The Executive met today and considered the ratification of further relaxations on our pathway out of restrictions. We received an update from our health and...

Family thank heroic teenager who performed CPR on late mother

A local family, who wish to remain anonymous, have thanked the ‘young girl’ who made an ‘heroic effort’ to administer CPR and first aid...

Health Minister thanks incredible Samaritans volunteers

Minister Swann has visited local volunteers from Coleraine and District Samaritans to thank them for the vital work they are doing to support those...

Police arrest teenager following gathering of youths in Portrush

After youths caused a disturbance on Wednesday evening, Police were forced to close Eglinton Street in Portrush for a short time whilst the incident...

Phase 2 of Cloughmills carriageway resurfacing scheme to begin

A £196,000 carriageway resurfacing scheme on Main Street, Cloughmills (Phase 2) will commence on Monday 26 July 2021. The first phase of this scheme was...

Financial support approved for Bloody Sunday 50th anniversary event

Despite opposition from three unionist councillors, approval was given for Derry City and Strabane council to provide financial support to the tune of £50,000...

Portrush street closed by Police following a disturbance

Police have closed Eglinton Street in Portrush this evening (Wednesday) following a disturbance. They say the disturbance is concerning several youths in the area. Police are...
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Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council visits major road...

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has visited Dungiven to view progress on the A6 road scheme. Councillor Richard Holmes also had an opportunity to speak with representatives of Wills Bros Ltd from the contractor consortium carrying out the extensive work for the Department for Infrastructure. Among…

Urgent action required as ‘demand is outstripping supply’ say NI Water

With temperatures continue to sore, Northern Ireland's risk of a hosepipe ban is closer they ever, as water levels are becoming extremely low in...

TUV leader calls governments news on protocol ‘Mere words, no action’

Earlier today, Brexit minister Lord Frost said the government would push for the European Union to amend how GB trades with NI. Revealing a new...

COVID-19 home testing kits now available for collection from Riada House...

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has established a COVID-19 home testing kit collection point at Riada House in Ballymoney to help identify asymptomatic...
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Further attacks on Christie Park lifesaving equipment

Further damage to lifesaving equipment along the River Bann in Coleraine has been discovered this week. The destruction comes despite a recent joint appeal from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and the PSNI about ongoing vandalism in the Christie Park area to the Cuts at Castleroe. Condemning the recent incidents,…

Givan and O’Neill: Stay safe during hot weather

The First Minister and deputy First Minister have encouraged everyone to stay safe and look out for others during the current spell of very...