Causeway Coast and Glens

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Party Seats
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
Independent Seats 1

Council background

Type
District Council
Seats up
40 seats up for election - whole
Boundary change
Yes

Latest updates Causeway Coast and Glens District Council

14.09.2016

20:14

Deadline looms for Dunluce Centre sale

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.

04.09.2016

02.06.2016

06:32

DUP halts £180k funds over 'IRA gates'

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.

20.01.2016

13:32

£3m investment creates 51 new jobs

Fifty-one new jobs are announced for seven companies in Limavady, Coleraine and Kilrea

17.12.2015

08:41

Threat of legal action over sports project

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.

16.12.2015

14:11

New row over new £2.8m leisure project

A fresh row erupts out among councillors over a new £2.8m sports and leisure project in Dungiven, County Londonderry.

03.06.2015

16:51

Baby minke whale found dead

A whale, thought to be a three-month-old minke, is washed up on the Lough Foyle in Myroe near Limavady.

16.02.2015

15:09

Limavady council to fly union flag?

The union flag is expected to fly outside Limavady's council offices again for the first time in more than a decade.

02.12.2014

22:34

Sinn Féin councillor is released

Sinn Féin councillor Sean McGlinchey who was arrested by police investigating paramilitary crime in Dungiven has been released unconditionally.

10.07.2014

12:02

Election posters taken off bonfire

Sinn Fein election posters are removed from a bonfire in Limavady, County Londonderry, after police and the local council intervened.
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