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Mayor’s reception for All-Ireland winning camogie team

The Intermediate Antrim Camogie team has enjoyed a reception at Cloonavin to mark its recent All-Ireland success. The players and their coaches were invited to...
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Mayor’s reception for All-Ireland winning camogie team

The Intermediate Antrim Camogie team has enjoyed a reception at Cloonavin to mark its recent All-Ireland success. The players and their coaches were invited to...
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Three projects in Causeway Coast and Glens share funding worth £4.9million

Causeway Coast and Glens has emerged as a major beneficiary of the UK Government’s latest budget. Three projects in the Borough will share funding worth £4.9million, representing a significant investment in the area. The biggest allocation of money has come from the first round of the Levelling Up Fund, which…

Over 1.43million applications submitted for Spend Local card

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today said Northern Ireland’s retail, hospitality and service sectors could now expect a significant post-pandemic boost. The Minister was speaking after...
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Mayor and Veterans’ Champion lend support to launch of annual Poppy...

The 2021 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal has been officially launched in Coleraine. The event took place at the town’s War Memorial on Saturday 23rd October 2021, with the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Council’s Veterans’ Champion in attendance. They joined representatives from the Coleraine branch…

Free Rapid Covid-19 tests available from over 500 local pharmacies

Health Minister Robin Swann has outlined the increased accessibility of Rapid Tests and also highlighted the importance of regular Rapid Testing to help stop...

Tesco makes ‘Quiet Hour’ permanent

In welcomed news, leading shopping chain Tesco has confirmed they will continue their ‘Quiet Hour’ initiative. Confirming the news, the company announced that store lights...

Centenary coin presented to resident of St James’ Lodge in Ballymoney

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has visited St James’ Lodge in Ballymoney to make a special presentation to one of...

Ministers launch High Street Task Force call for evidence

Hearing the views and experiences of all our citizens, including our business and community representatives, is crucial in realising our shared vision for thriving...
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Communities Minister Hargey removes significant barrier to employment for parents

Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has introduced upfront childcare costs which will remove a significant barrier to employment for parents on low incomes. Minister Hargey said, “My...

Last chance to apply for Spend Local card

If you have not yet applied for your Spend Local card, you must do so today. That was the message from Economy Minister Gordon Lyons...

Together we can keep ourselves, and each other, safe

As we move into the autumn and winter months, it is vitally important that we all continue to do what we can to make...

Minister spells out health service winter plans

Health Minister Robin Swann has updated the Assembly on the pressures facing health and social care services this winter and the planning being undertaken...
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New NI 100 community artwork unveiled at Roe Valley Arts and...

A unique community artwork created by residents of Causeway Coast and Glens has been unveiled outside Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady. Called ‘Our Story in the Making’, it consists of 100 colourful ceramic tiles made by 100 individuals from across the borough. Part of Council’s NI 100…
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Update on vaccination travel certificate

The COVID Certification Service issues certificates for people travelling abroad, digitally via the ‘COVIDCert NI’ app, via pdf, and in print. Since the service was...

Fatal Ballycasrle motorcycle collision appeal

Police are appealing for information following a fatal road traffic collision in Ballycastle this afternoon, Thursday, 21st October. A man in his 50s died after...

Statement on Spend Local cards 

The Department for the Economy has begun issuing emails to applicants for the Spend Local scheme whose details could not be automatically verified. The email...

Seven fire appliances called to morning Chip shop fire

Damage was caused to a chip shop on Charles Street in Ballymoney after a fire broke out on Thursday morning. It’s understood the blaze began...

New COVID-19 Antivirals a welcome development

Health Minister Robin Swann welcomes the announcement that two new COVID-19 antivirals could be available this winter. Thousands of vulnerable patients could be taking ground-breaking...

Lyons: Support local business, get your Spend Local card now

Northern Ireland’s retail, hospitality and service sectors need your support to help them bounce back from the impact of the pandemic. That is why...

Sudgen: Atlantic Link Enterprise Campus (ALEC) ‘is currently a waste of...

East Londonderry MLA Claire Sugden has urged Causeway Coast and Glens Council and the Department for the Economy to work harder to attract businesses...

Police search MEA Council Braid building

The PSNI has confirmed that detectives from Criminal Investigation Branch visited Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s headquarters at The Braid in Ballymena today...
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Coleraine joins prize winners at Ulster in Bloom Awards

Coleraine was among the winners at the 2021 Translink Ulster in Bloom Awards. The town took third place in the Best Small City/Large Town section in the annual competition that recognises the most beautiful displays of flowers and plants across Northern Ireland. The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough…

Deferment on Riverside Theatre funding

Causeway Coast and Glens Councillors deferred a decision on whether to award the Riverside Theatre in Coleraine £107,500 a year until after a workshop...

Over 700 people in Causeway Coast and Glens access over £3.5million...

Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has acknowledged her Department’s Make the Call service which last year supported over 700 people in the Causeway Coast and...

Town Centre Experience Fund approved

Causeway Coast and Glens Council will run a Town Centre Experience Fund as a pilot scheme. The project will open for grants, up to a...