3.7 C
Monday, February 24, 2020

Extra money for gritting and streetlights welcomed by MLA Philip McGuigan

Sinn Féin MLA Philip McGuigan has welcomed the announcement of extra money for gritting and streetlight repairs by Finance Minister Conor Murphy.

PSNI statement in relation to discontinued flyers

PSNI statement in relation to discontinued flyers. Head of PSNI’s Public Protection Branch,...

Stabbing incident in Belfast

Detectives are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing incident on the footbridge at the rear of the Waterfront Hall, Lanyon Place, Belfast...

McGuigan ‘British Immigration proposals will damage the North’s economy’

Sinn Féin’s North Antrim MLA Philip McGuigan has said British Immigration proposals will damage the North's economy and the North Antrim constituency...

Coleraine is expected to come to a ‘standstill’ this Friday, as a large crowds are expected, as Harry Gregg makes his final...

Milltown service station new supertwin race sponsor for the 2020 fonacab and nicholl oils north west 200

The opening race of the 2020 fonaCAB and Nicholl Oils North West 200 on May 10-16 will have a new sponsor.

Maurice Bradley MLA ‘Harry was a true legend, and a true hero’

The Northern Ireland Assembly debated the sad passing of Harry Gregg this afternoon in the Chamber.

Former Northern Ireland goal keeper Harry Gregg has died.

The former goal keeper for Northern Ireland and premierships side Manchester United, Harry Gregg OBE, has sadly passed away.
- Advertisement -

Mayor welcomes major expansion at Maine Surface Finishing

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has said a major expansion by Coleraine-based manufacturer Maine Surface Finishing highlights confidence in the area’s manufacturing industry. Speaking after it was announced that the company is to create 155 new jobs as part of a £9.5m investment, the Mayor, Councillor…


As a special Thank You for supporting the Ballymoney Bubble, we are giving away a 'HIGH TEA FOR TWO' for Simply @ The Jug, on Main Street Ballymoney. To enter just click the link below. Good Luck

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…


scattered clouds
3.7 ° C
4 °
3 °
86 %
40 %
5 °
3 °
5 °
5 °
3 °

get in touch




PlasticSmart award for The Balanced Pantry in Ballymoney

The Balanced Pantry in Ballymoney is the latest business to sign up to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s PlasticSmart scheme.  As the first dedicated zero waste shop in the Borough, its focus on refilling and sustainability encourages people to shop locally and reduce their impact on the environment. Food,…

The Quiet Man at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre

It’s an oldie, but a goodie and it’s a quintessential Irish American romp, full of clichés, rolling landscapes, tradition and technicolour  – but we still love it! Perfect for a date night or to get you in the mood for some St Patrick’s Day celebrations, The Quiet Man is coming…

Entries now open for Fairtrade Fortnight Bake-Off

To mark Fairtrade Fortnight 2020, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is challenging Year 6 & Year 10 pupils to a Fairtrade Bake-Off. Participants can take part by baking at home or in school then choosing the best baker in your class to bring their bake to the grand final…

Book of Condolences opened in Coleraine Town Hall to remember Harry Gregg OBE

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has opened a Book of Condolences in Coleraine Town Hall in memory of football legend Harry Gregg OBE. A former goal keeper for Manchester United and Northern Ireland, Mr Gregg was part of the famous ‘Busby Babes’ squad who played under…

‘I didn’t dig this hole’ say Causeway Councillor

Causeway Independent Councillor Padraig McShane has said that he wants to help ratepayers, claiming that he 'didn't dig this hole' but would...

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...
- Advertisement -

Join the Mailing List

Subscribe to get our latest content by email.

    We won't send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.

    Powered By ConvertKit