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COVID-19 Update: Northern Ireland April 1st

As of Wednesday 1st April, testing has resulted in 103 new positive cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Northern Ireland to 689.

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LPS issue advice on small business grants for rented business properties

The Land and Property Service (LPS) has issued further advice regards small business grants for businesses which rent their properties.

Minister highlights key findings of NI Covid-19 modelling

The crucial importance of social distancing in NI has been graphically brought home by local modelling data on Covid-19.

Executive approves new powers to protect the public

Sweeping new powers will come into force across Northern Ireland tonight at 11pm to combat the spread of Coronavirus.

Next phase of emergency planning for COVID-19 surge

The Department of Health has detailed the next phase of their emergency health service planning for the Covid 19 surge.

OFFICIAL STATEMENT: NW200 Postponed

The organisers of the NW200 have this morning released an official statement, that the decision has been made to postpone the event...

Ian Paisley supports ‘difficult decision’ to postpone NW200

Despite as of yet an official announcement by race organisers - North Antrim MP and road racing fan, Ian Paisley, has said...

NW200 ‘Meet the Stars’ event postponed

Organisers of the NW200 ‘Meet the Stars’ event and launch night of this years race week, have postponed...

Mayor’s reception for Coleraine FC following League Cup win

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has held a special reception to mark Coleraine FC’s League Cup success. Councillor Sean Bateson welcomed players and management to Cloonavin for the event on Wednesday 11th March. Coleraine defeated Crusaders 2-1 in the final last month at Windsor Park, to…
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LPS issue advice on small business grants for rented business properties

The Land and Property Service (LPS) has issued further advice regards small business grants for businesses which rent their properties.

Taste Causeway encouraging businesses to ‘think outside the box’

Taste Causeway is supporting local businesses to think outside the box and introduce new ways to deliver local food and drink to...

Blood Donations still needed to save lives

At the NIBTS, they understand that we are all currently experiencing extremely challenging and unprecedented times.

Can’t Cook but now I have to’ – online!

A County Antrim restaurant which closed its doors due to the Coronavirus outbreak has diversified by launching a social media initiative...

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Mayor’s praise for community response to coronavirus

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has said the local response to the coronavirus emergency demonstrates the strength and resilience within our communities. Local volunteers have matched the rapid impact of COVID-19 by mobilising immediately to provide essential support to the most vulnerable. Councillor Sean Bateson said…

Bin collections as normal

Causeway council would like to remind all householders to leave their bins out the night before or no later than 7am on...

Council to prioritise essential services in response to COVID-19

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is introducing a range of measures as part of its response to COVID-19. At a Special Council Meeting held on Wednesday 18th March, members agreed to a series of changes which will streamline resources and prioritise the delivery of critical functions including waste collection,…

Cllr Holmes offers update following tonights Special Council meeting

UUP Councillor, Richard Holmes, has posted an update, on what was discussed and decided at tonights Special Full Council meeting.

COVID-19: Bin collections update and guidance

Bin collections continue to take place as normal but there may be some disruption to service in the near future. Please ensure that all BLACK BIN waste is bagged and stored properly inside the bin. Please keep tissues/kitchen roll/disposable cleaning cloths separate to other waste. Seal and double bag it…

COVID-19: Update on Leisure Centre closures

We are asking members of the public for continued patience as we finalise details regarding the impact of the closure of Council’s six main leisure facilities.  A number of decisions will be put forward to the Special Council meeting this evening including freezing of memberships & unfinished courses. We will…
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