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BREAKING: 52 year old male charged with Lyra McKee murder

Following recent arrests, a 52 year old man has been charged with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee on the Creggan Estate...

50 year old arrest by Detectives investigating the murder of 18 year old Jonathan Cairns

Detectives investigating the murder of 18 year old Jonathan Cairns in Ballykelly, whose body was found in a...

Major fire breaks out at new houses development at centre of Glenavy.

The fire service are currently dealing with a serious fire in the heart of Glenavy.

The Freedom of the City of Lisburn & Castlereagh was bestowed three long serving political representatives

The Freedom of the City of Lisburn & Castlereagh was bestowed on Alderman Jim Dillon MBE JP, Mrs Geraldine Rice MBE and Mr Tommy...

James Ellison headlined NW200 newcomer lineup

Former BSB star James Ellison headlined the list often newcomers who visited the north coast circuit today ahead of their debuts at...

Dunlop ‘open to proposals’ for Superbike class

Michael Dunlop has said he is ‘open to proposals’ when it comes to who he’ll be riding for in the Superbike class...

New Superbike race added to NW200 schedule

The fonaCAB & Nicholl Oils North West 200 will have a new look for 2020 with a major change being introduced to...

Cllr John McAuley Welcomes Glasgow Rangers to Ballymoney

Rangers Soccer Schools NI launched their new Advanced Centre for the North West of the province at Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre, Ballymoney...

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Valentine’s Day calf born with heart shaped marking on Bushmills farm

Love comes in many form this Valentine’s Day, especially on a Bushmills farm. Jack, Emily...

New quad tracker scheme aims to shut the gate on rural crime

Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership and the PSNI have launched a new pilot scheme which aims to deter quad thefts and help recover stolen machinery. The initiative provides quad owners with funding assistance to install tracking devices which can act as an important crime deterrent. Speaking…

Move More participants mark World Cancer Day with fundraising walk at Roe Valley Country Park

Over 50 participants have taken part in a special fundraising walk at Roe Valley Country Park in Limavady to mark World Cancer...

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JUST IN: DfC confirm that the rate increase will be slightly lower than that struck

It is understood that after the rate increase of 7.65% struck last night at Council, it has now been reduced slightly after...

Political reactions to the striking of a 7.65% rate increase.

As a new day begins after the night before, its been a long few days and indeed weeks, as Councillors finally came...

Rates process undermined by ‘misinformation and false accusations’ say Cllr Holmes

Following tonights Council meeting where a rate increase of 7.65% was eventually struck, despite the meeting being rescheduled twice, UUP Councillor Holmes...

COUNCIL STATEMENT: Council strikes district rate for 2020/21

There will be a 7.65% increase in the domestic district rate factor set by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council for the year ahead while the non-domestic district rate factor will rise by 0.01%. The decision was taken by Council members on Thursday 13th February in line with an efficiency…

Rates finaly struck as savings of £2.2m agreed to tackle councils debt crisis

Over a week ago now the Causeway Coast & Glens Council were due to strike the rates for...

‘Many difficult and unpalatable decisions’ Cllr McAuley says after rates failed to be struck

After a meeting which began around 7pm and ran to near midnight yesterday, Causeway Council failed to strike rates...AGAIN!
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