Mid and East Antrim
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|Democratic Unionist Party||Seats 16|
|Ulster Unionist Party||Seats 9|
|Traditional Unionist Voice||Seats 5|
|Alliance Party||Seats 3|
|Sinn Féin||Seats 3|
|Social Democratic & Labour Party||Seats 1|
|UK Independence Party||Seats 1|
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Latest updates Mid and East Antrim District Council
The Audit Office finds Mid and East Antrim Borough Council breached its own spending rules.
The Edwardian path first opened in 1902 but had fallen into disrepair by the 1950s.
Cara Loughran was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
The County Antrim attraction had been closed since June 2016 because of storm damage.
Plans to re-generate the former St Patrick's Army barracks site in Ballymena could turn the area into an "economic powerhouse", says Communities Minister Paul Givan.
The Gobbins cliff path in County Antrim will not re-open until next year due to essential maintenance work.
Sinn Féin criticises a council over a decision to remove a memorial in County Antrim to commemorate the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising.
A large metal crown, installed on a County Antrim roundabout in honour of the Queen, is described as "cheap and tacky" by a nationalist councillor.
Belfast City Council is to write to two executive ministers asking them to overturn permission for an oil company to drill close to a County Antrim reservoir that supplies some of the city's drinking water.
A dramatic cliff face walk built more than a century ago reopens to the public after a £7.5m restoration