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Larne Borough Council: Audit report raises 31 concerns

10 April 2014 Last updated at 18:39 BST

Concerns about the use of a council-owned credit card, the awarding of contracts and uncollected rent have been raised at Larne Borough Council.

A total of 31 concerns have been identified in an internal report produced for the County Antrim council.

Councillor Martin Wilson, who chairs Larne Borough Council's audit committee, said he wanted to "make clear that the Audit Office document, which has been referred to by the BBC, is an advisory document provided to councils across Northern Ireland following routine monitoring by the NI Audit Office."

BBC News NI's Kevin Magee reports.

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