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£2.3 million funding announcement for Belfast International Airport

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Alderman Stephen Ross has visited Belfast International Airport to congratulate Managing Director Graham Keddie and his team on their recent £2.3M Levelling Up Funding success.

Date: 26/01/2023 View More

Mayor Launches Borough’s New Centenary Trail

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman Stephen Ross has officially opened the Borough’s new Centenary Trail. As part of the Council’s programme of events and projects to mark the Northern Ireland Centenary, this new Centenary Trail highlights the history of the area, through the use of information and images all available in an accessible format. 

Date: 26/01/2023 View More

Rathfern receives £1m boost for The Sovereign Complex

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council marked the official opening of the new extension of Rathfern Social Activity Centre and its renaming to The Sovereign Complex on Thursday 26 January, following a £1m investment at the site.

Date: 26/01/2023 View More

Holocaust Remembrance Service held at Monkstown Jubilee Centre

Millions of people who lost their lives were remembered at a pre-Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) event held by Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council last night.

Date: 23/01/2023 View More

The Borough filled with Pride as they Scoop All-Ireland Community Award

A local community mental health project lifted a major prize at the prestigious Pride of Place community awards in Dublin on Saturday evening (January 21). ‘A Safe Space to be Me’ won the Community Wellbeing Initiative Category on the 20th anniversary of the competition.

Date: 23/01/2023 View More

Big Burns Night

Join us for a night to remember as we celebrate Robert Burns at Theatre at The Mill on Thursday 26 January, 7.45-8.30pm. In partnership with the Ulster-Scots Agency, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council presents a celebration of this much-loved poet and lyricist, as we welcome Scotland’s leading Robert Burns performer, Christopher Tait to the stage. So, if you’ve ever imagined watching Robert Burns live, now you can, with tickets free of charge.

Date: 20/01/2023 View More