Antrim and Newtownabbey

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Party Seats
Democratic Unionist Party Seats 15
Ulster Unionist Party Seats 12
Alliance Party Seats 4
Social Democratic & Labour Party Seats 4
Sinn Féin Seats 3
Traditional Unionist Voice Seats 2

Council background

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

Latest updates Antrim and Newtonabbey Borough Council

07.08.2018

16:54

Councillor sentenced over sex assault

Brian Duffin is to appeal his conviction for kissing and sexually touching a 17-year-old girl.

20.06.2018

13:56

Sex assault councillor urged to quit

The SDLP said its former member Brian Duffin should resign his seat following his conviction

09.06.2018

06:21

Remortgage rejected over Arc21 uncertainty

A surveyor's report said demand for the property was 'likely to be adversely affected' at this time.

07.06.2018

06:19

Date set for Arc21 incinerator appeal

It will establish what decisions civil servants can take in the absence of Stormont ministers.

25.05.2018

16:54

DUP ex-mayor banned for drink-driving

Thomas Hogg was around two-and-a-half times over the legal limit and has been suspended by the party.

14.05.2018

13:16

DUP councillor charged with drink-driving

The former mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey will appear in court after being stopped by police.

11.04.2018

06:27

'Maladministration' in council procurement

The public services ombudsman investigated the awarding of a contract to steward an event in June 2016.

27.07.2017

06:13

Green Flag record for NI parks

A record number of parks and open spaces in Northern Ireland receive awards for environmental efforts.

27.02.2017

15:54

Fine warning over pig protest garden sign

A pensioner is warned he could be fined £2,500 for putting up a protest sign in his own garden.

08.11.2016

06:11

Housing plan rejection ruling upheld

A decision to block a major housing development on the site of Ulster University's Jordanstown campus is upheld by the Planning Appeals Commission.
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