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COVID-19 Update 31st May – 1 further NI deaths

As of 10am on Sunday 31st May, a further 1 person have died, bringing the total number of COVID-19 related deaths recorded by HSC Trusts in NI to 523.

Caring For Carers

Throughout the month of May, we’ll be celebrating the essential role of Carers, with new audio weekdays at 11am. Click below to listen to the latest episode.


‘Reduce water usage NOW’ urges NI Water

NI Water is calling for urgent action from everyone to reduce their water usage immediately. Please reduce unnecessary use to preserve...

Act responsibly at all times – Minister issues weekend plea

Health Minister Robin Swann has urged everyone across Northern Ireland to stay safe and remain vigilant against Covid-19 this weekend.

Tapering of furlough scheme premature – Murphy

Finance Minister, Conor Murphy has said the announcement from Chancellor Rishi Sunak today that the British government’s tapering of the Job Retention Scheme is premature given our circumstances.

Economy Minister outlines next steps to rebuild the economy

The time is now right to take the next steps to rebuild our economy safely.

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.

‘On yer bike’ as certain e-bikes to become exempt from the tax, registration and licensing requirements.

Today the Minister for Infrastructure, Nichola Mallon MLA, will bring The Electrically Assisted Pedal Cycles (Construction and Use) Regulations (NI) 2020 to...

NW200 event officially announce their cancellation until 2021

In a decision that will not entirely come as a shock, one of the biggest events and highlights in the road racing...
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Ballymoney neighbours Alicia & Rodger keep spirits up with their Sunday sing alongs

Retired secondary teacher Alicia Duncan and her neighbour Rodger Goodliffe, have started a new weekly tradition each Sunday with a sing along...

Baby fawn arrives at Rosepark farm

It’s not just lambs that start to appear at Spring, but the wonderful sight of a baby fawn greeted the staff of...

Could tonight have marked the final ‘Clap for our Carers’?

Tonight could have marked the final 'Clap for our carers' - as the original campaigner Anne-Marie Plas has said that the tenth week...

FREE Gentle Mindful Movement Sessions Now Available

Fancy 12 weeks of free Chair Yoga sessions via ZOOM? Then register today to begin from Friday 5th June at 10:30am


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Council Harbour & Marinas reopen from 1st June

From noon on Monday June 1st, the Council is to reopen Harbours and Marinas. Making...

Mayor’s thanks for frontline staff during visits to Council depots

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has said frontline workers are among the ‘unsung heroes’ of the coronavirus pandemic. Councillor Sean Bateson was speaking after visiting Council’s four depots in Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Coleraine and Limavady where he met refuse collection staff along with some of those who…

Council meeting Tuesday 2nd June 2020

A meeting of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough  Council will be held remotely on Tuesday 2nd June 2020 at 7.00pm.   The agenda and papers for the meeting are available here. Members of the public who wish to access the meeting should email sinead.duggan@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk no later than Monday 1st June 2020 at 9am…

DIY safety advice from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

A long period of confinement at home during the coronavirus outbreak might seem to be a good time to catch up on all those DIY tasks that have been waiting for your attention. Before you undertake any projects during this period, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Home Safety team…

Mayor joins Limavady’s ‘Good Morning’ scheme

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has taken on a new role as a volunteer befriender during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the guidance of Limavady Community Development Initiative (LCDI), Councillor Sean Bateson recently joined its ‘Good Morning’ service which provides regular telephone contact to those who are…

Expressions of Interest to establish a new online trading platform

As part of its response to COVID-19 Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is seeking Expressions of Interest to establish a new online trading platform for the Borough. In the current economic circumstances, an online trading platform could prove to be a lifeline for local small businesses. Trading online via e-commerce…
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