Local government for Causeway Coast and Glens
A host of names new to many of us are fighting for a seat at Stormont next month. Alliance’s candidate list includes many younger faces, who will aim to capitalise on the party’s strong showing in recent opinion polls.
A Portstewart business woman has hit out at what she feels is a lack of support received from the local council after Storms Eunice and Franklin caused considerable damage to her seafood café in February.
A nationalist councillor who was criticised after using the term “Fenians” during a stormy council debate last week, has claimed he used the phrase after he overheard a DUP representative stating it.
In a week where Covid-related staff absences have battered essential services in Northern Ireland, the Belfast Telegraph takes a look at some of the sectors that have been hit hardest from ambulance staff to postal and hospitality workers.
Some might think the controversy over the repainting of Biblical scripture on Portstewart’s publicly-owned sea wall is all rather eccentric, but in fact it goes right to the heart of this place.
No loyalists are likely to be successfully prosecuted for taking part in unnotified Brexit protests after the PPS acknowledged one of the key participants in the anti-Irish Sea border campaign had no case to answer.
A debate on the Causeway International Airshow 2022 got heated when a Sinn Fein councillor described it as being ‘like a military fest’ - leading a DUP councillor to tell him he ‘needs to take his green glasses off’.
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