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Yes You Can - £20K Pitching Competition

Would you like the opportunity to win part of a £20K Pitching Fund?

Is your business already trading? Or, are you planning to launch one?

Is your business innovative or does it have a USP?

Date: 22/01/2019 View More

RHS Britain in Bloom finalists go for gold in 2019

Communities from all four corners of the UK are donning their gardening gloves as they prepare to battle it out in the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) 2019 Britain in Bloom competition.

Now in its 55th year, the fiercely fought contest will see 71 finalists put their horticultural skills, community spirit and green credentials to the test, from tiny Green Moor in Yorkshire with a population of just 90 to the high-rise business district of Canary Wharf in London’s docklands.

Date: 22/01/2019 View More

Doagh to Larne Greenway – Public Consultation on Feasibility

Would you like to have your say on the possible option of a greenway route linking Doagh to Larne?

Date: 21/01/2019 View More

Antrim Town Centre Business Awards

It is once again time to give businesses in Antrim Town Centre your vote! Do you know of an award winning business in Antrim Town Centre or know of a particular business who offer excellent customer service?

Date: 18/01/2019 View More

Anchors Away

The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Paul Michael, has officially opened the Coastguard Boat House on Belfast Lough, Whiteabbey.

Date: 17/01/2019 View More

Freedom of the Borough conferred upon Dr Jonathan Rea MBE

The Honorary Freedom of the Borough of Antrim and Newtownabbey has been conferred upon four-time World Superbike Champion, Dr Jonathan Rea MBE. This award comes fresh on the back of Jonathan being crowned Belfast Telegraph Sports Star of the Year at last night’s awards for the second time in a row.

Date: 16/01/2019 View More

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