Mid Ulster

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Party Seats
Sinn Féin Seats 18
Democratic Unionist Party Seats 8
Ulster Unionist Party Seats 7
Social Democratic & Labour Party Seats 6
Independent Seats 1

Council background

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

Latest updates Mid Ulster District Council

17.05.2018

13:26

Crematorium plans take a step forward

Three councils are to fund a business case for a second crematorium in Northern Ireland.

14.09.2017

06:28

Council row over bilingual street signs

Residents who want Irish and English signs should make a "financial contribution", says a DUP councillor.

31.05.2017

13:45

The council is due to hold its AGM on Thursday in Dungannon

07.04.2016

21:06

Millions spent on public realm schemes

Almost £160 million has been spent re-paving Northern Ireland's towns since the economic downturn began, the BBC reveals.
21:03

Millions spent on public realm schemes

Almost £160m has been spent re-paving Northern Ireland's towns since the economic downturn began, it is revealed.

02.09.2015

07:50

Waste plant plan decision deferred

Councillors defer a decision on whether to give the go-ahead for a commercial waste digestion and power plant that objectors claim would be too close to homes in a small County Tyrone village.

31.03.2015

16:21

NI's new partners get new powers

Wednesday is a big day for Northern Ireland's 11 super-councils, but what new powers will the new partners share?

25.05.2014

11:28

All the results, all the details

All the results for the 2014 local elections in Northern Ireland.
04:49

Strong showing for DUP and Sinn Fein

The DUP and Sinn Fein are confirmed as Northern Ireland's biggest parties as counting in the local election comes to an end.

24.05.2014

18:22

Goodnight!

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BBC News NI's website coverage of the local elections is ending for the night. We hope you enjoyed the coverage. We will be back for a round-up of the latest results on Sunday morning.

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