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Applications now open for Gilbert Sister Cities Student Exchange Programme 2023

Students aged 16 and 17 in Antrim and Newtownabbey are invited to apply for a once in a lifetime chance to travel to the Borough’s sister city in Gilbert, Arizona.

Date: 18/11/2022 View More

Park Yourself and Have a Chat

Brightly coloured blue ‘Buddy Benches’ will be located across four of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council’s parks.

Date: 17/11/2022 View More

Businesses benefit from free drop-in advice clinic

Businesses from across the Borough had a unique chance to avail of free advice and support during a drop-in clinic hosted by the Council in partnership with Invest NI.

Date: 17/11/2022 View More

New Planning Portal

Over the past year, Antrim and Newtownabbey have been working in collaboration with The Department for Infrastructure and 10 out of the 11 Councils in Northern Ireland to develop and configure a new Planning Portal.  This is the largest joint IT project between central and local government to date in Northern Ireland and will see benefits for all users as we align the planning process with this digital age.

Date: 17/11/2022 View More

Small businesses urged to join Digital Surge Programme as places fill up

The Digital Surge Programme, which provides support to small businesses who want to explore advanced technologies, is urging companies to sign up before all spaces are allocated.

Date: 15/11/2022 View More

Calling all Knitters and Crocheters!

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has launched a Winter Woolies campaign to help to keep people cosy over the winter months.  As the temperatures drop and the cost of heating goes up, there are people in our Borough who will struggle to keep themselves warm.

Date: 15/11/2022 View More