Northern Ireland council results
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|Party||Seats||Votes *||Share % *|
|Democratic Unionist Party||Seats 130||Votes * 144928||Share % * 23.09|
|Sinn Féin||Seats 105||Votes * 151137||Share % * 24.07|
|Ulster Unionist Party||Seats 88||Votes * 101385||Share % * 16.15|
|Social Democratic & Labour Party||Seats 66||Votes * 85237||Share % * 13.58|
|Alliance Party||Seats 32||Votes * 41769||Share % * 6.65|
|Traditional Unionist Voice||Seats 13||Votes * 28310||Share % * 4.51|
|Progressive Unionist Party of NI||Seats 4||Votes * 12753||Share % * 2.03|
|Green||Seats 4||Votes * 5515||Share % * 0.88|
|UK Independence Party||Seats 3||Votes * 9311||Share % * 1.48|
|NI21||Seats 1||Votes * 11495||Share % * 1.83|
|People before Profit Alliance||Seats 1||Votes * 1923||Share % * 0.31|
|Conservative||Seats 0||Votes * 2527||Share % * 0.4|
|Éirígí||Seats 0||Votes * 1756||Share % * 0.28|
|Workers Party||Seats 0||Votes * 985||Share % * 0.16|
|Fermanagh Against Fracking||Seats 0||Votes * 555||Share % * 0.09|
|Republican Network for Unity||Seats 0||Votes * 502||Share % * 0.08|
|Community Partnership (Northern Ireland)||Seats 0||Votes * 388||Share % * 0.06|
|Socialist Party||Seats 0||Votes * 272||Share % * 0.04|
|British National Party||Seats 0||Votes * 174||Share % * 0.03|
|Democracy First||Seats 0||Votes * 173||Share % * 0.03|
|Independent||Seats 15||Votes * 26682||Share % * 4.25|
|* First preference votes|
Latest updates Vote 2014
BBC News NI
When the count for Lurgan was complete, the successful seven were: DUP Carla Lockhart, SDLP Joe Nelson, UUP Colin McCusker, DUP Philip Moutray, SF Marie Cairns, SF Keith William Haughian, SF Catherine Seeley
Final Newry, Mourne and Down tallystandard
With Ulster Unionist William Mitchell pipped at the post for the last seat in the Crotlieve DEA by an independent candidate, the make-up of the new Newry, Mourne and Down council will be: Sinn Féin 14; SDLP 14; DUP 4; UUP 3; Alliance 2; UKIP 1 and independents 3.
Sinn Féin took five seats out of six in Belfast's Collin DEA. Matt Garrett, Bill Groves and Charlene O'Hara joined David Bell and Stephen Magennis for the party. SDLP's Brian Heading took the other seat.
Hug for final victorstandard
The last one home in Causeway Coast & Glens was Sinn Féin's Dermot Nicholl, who got a hug from his daughter.
DUP group loses leaderstandard
Lee Reynolds, the current DUP group leader of Belfast City Council, was a casualty last night when he was eliminated as Sinn Fein's Gerry McCabe took the third seat to be decided in the Oldpark DEA.
In Oldpark DEA Gerry McCabe, JJ Magee and Mary Clarke were elected for Sinn Féin. Gareth McKee for DUP, Julie-Anne Corr for PUP and Nichola Mallon for SDLP make up the six seats.