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Council to honour and preserve the memory of the late Queen Elizabeth II

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has recognised the deep sorrow felt across the nation following the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

Date: 30/09/2022 View More

Major Investment for 3G Training pitch at Monkstown

A £350K investment by the Council will see the existing grass training pitch at Cloyne Crescent, Monkstown, converted into a 3G training pitch.

Date: 30/09/2022 View More

A Royal Award for Local Volunteers

Volunteers from the River Bann and Lough Neagh Association were presented the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services at a special ceremony held in the Old Courthouse, Antrim on Monday 26 September. 

The group received their award from the Lord Lieutenant of County Antrim, Mr David McCorkell for their efforts to preserve Rams Island, the largest Island in Lough Neagh.

Date: 29/09/2022 View More

£5.8m expansion plan at Mallusk firm Brett Martin gets the green light

Plastics manufacturer Brett Martin is to undergo a £5.8m expansion at its facility in Mallusk, after planning approval was granted by Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council.

Date: 29/09/2022 View More

£1.1m improvement works for car parks across Borough

Several car parks in towns and villages across the Borough are set to benefit from a £1.1m refurbishment programme.

Date: 26/09/2022 View More

Sensata’s new £16.5m technology centre gets thumbs up

Global industrial technology company, Sensata Technologies, is set to create a £16.5m state-of-the-art facility in Newtownabbey,

Date: 23/09/2022 View More