Causeway Coast and Glens
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|Democratic Unionist Party||Seats 11|
|Ulster Unionist Party||Seats 10|
|Sinn Féin||Seats 7|
|Social Democratic & Labour Party||Seats 6|
|Traditional Unionist Voice||Seats 3|
|Alliance Party||Seats 1|
|Progressive Unionist Party of NI||Seats 1|
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- Boundary change
Latest updates Causeway Coast and Glens District Council
The Dunluce Centre in Portrush, County Antrim, is now up for sale at less than a third of what it cost to build the attraction.
The international air show in Portrush is expected to attract up to 200.000 people over two days, with a double dose of the Red Arrows on the programme.
Funding for a community project in the Glens of Antrim has been pulled indefinitely because of a row over IRA names on the gates of the planned site.
Fifty-one new jobs are announced for seven companies in Limavady, Coleraine and Kilrea
Sinn Féin say they may take legal action following a decision by some councillors not to proceed with plans for a sports and leisure project in Dungiven.
A fresh row erupts out among councillors over a new £2.8m sports and leisure project in Dungiven, County Londonderry.
A whale, thought to be a three-month-old minke, is washed up on the Lough Foyle in Myroe near Limavady.
The union flag is expected to fly outside Limavady's council offices again for the first time in more than a decade.
Sinn Féin councillor Sean McGlinchey who was arrested by police investigating paramilitary crime in Dungiven has been released unconditionally.
Sinn Fein election posters are removed from a bonfire in Limavady, County Londonderry, after police and the local council intervened.