News

News

Traffic alert: Motorway reopens after lorry collision

News

Dunmurry Manor scandal: Council seeks answers over ‘dreadful catalogue of events’

Health
Health.

Protest calling for Cystic Fibrosis drug funding

News
Craigavon Crown Court heard that seconds after 35-year-old James Johnston got off his bus at Lisburn station, it shot forward up and over the kerb, pinning Charlotte Linda Stewart between the bus and a wall

Mother crushed to death because ‘driver wanted to keep bus warm’

Crime

Man and woman arrested following search operation

Crime

New minister welcomed to Lisburn church

News

Mystery surrounds identity of woman whose body was found on shoreline

News

Mayor raises funds for charity

News

Support group to shine a light on issue of male mental health

Health

New police chief for city

News

‘Niall was the heart and soul of our village’

Transport
Roadworks. (Archive pic)

Roadworks: £190k resurfacing scheme to get under way in Carryduff

Transport

‘Time to reopen Knockmore rail line’

Transport

Train users warned to expect disruption to services

Transport
A cross-party delegation of elected members and officers from Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council met with senior officials from the Department for Infrastructure to discuss how to progress long-awaited safety improvements at the Knockmore/Ballinderry/Prince William Road junctions.

Progress on long-awaited safety improvements at dangerous junctions

Transport

Mother crushed to death because ‘driver wanted to keep bus warm’

Crime

Man and woman arrested following search operation

Crime

New police chief for city

News
Owen Gardner was sentenced at Belfast Crown Court

Three-and-a-half years for knife-wielding street robber

Crime

McKinney Primary pupils cook up a storm

Education
The Old Warren estate in Lisburn is now one of the most sought-after social housing communities in Northern Ireland

Royal recognition for Lisburn community organisation

Business

Robots take over Lisburn College for annual contest

Education

Admissions crisis: Pleas for additional places at local schools

Education

Royal recognition for Lisburn community organisation

Business
Previewing the new look 'Visit Lisburn Castlereagh' website with the Chairman of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council's Development Committee, Alderman Allan Ewart, MBE are Stephen Jeffers from Forestside Cookery School; Pat Moran from La Mon Hotel and Country Club; Chris Wilson from Streamvale and Katie Jeffers from Forestside Cookery School.

New Lisburn tourism website is launched

Business

Jobs boost and investment by company with base in Lisburn

Business
Balloo Hire General Manager Mark Grundy (second from left) with the senior management team announcing the �10m investment.

Tool hire firm creating 20 new jobs with £10m investment

Business

‘No pressure’ on David Simpson to resign as DUP MP, says party

News
Cllr Uel Mackin and Cllr Amanda Grehan.

DUP councillor confirmed as city's new mayor

News
Sinn Fein MLA Pat Sheehan said the DUP was 'giving credibility' to a regime that was killing Palestinians

Donaldson defends DUP trip to Israel from Sinn Fein critic

News
Chief Executive of the Council, Dr Theresa Donaldson

Council chief announces her resignation

News

Public invited to have say on landfill site proposals

Environment
Recycling and waste survey winners Naomi McLaughlin and Eric Patterson recieve their prizes from Alderman Tommy Jeffers, Chairman of the council's Environmental Services Commitee and Heather Moore, Director of Environmental Services.

Hundreds of local residents have say on recycling issues

Environment
Sofie Owens, Barista at Ground Espresso Bars, officially launches the company's pioneering initiative 'Reuse at Ground'.

Local coffee outlets to offer special deal in bid to reduce waste

Business
Alderman Tommy Jeffers, Chairman of the council's Environmental Services Committee, and TV presenter Paul Clarke are pictured with the top three winners in the Junior and Senior sections of the Environmental Youth Speak competition. Pic by Philip Magowan

Young people speak out about environmental issues

Environment

Dunmurry Manor scandal: Council seeks answers over ‘dreadful catalogue of events’

Health

Support group to shine a light on issue of male mental health

Health
The Old Warren estate in Lisburn is now one of the most sought-after social housing communities in Northern Ireland

Royal recognition for Lisburn community organisation

Business
Pictured (l-r) are Sally Burch, Councillor Scott Carson, Chairman of the council's Corporate Services Committee, Shauna McCausland, Alderman William Leathem and Tim Burch.

Council HQ lit up blue to raise awareness of ME

Health
Lisa Turan, CEO of the Child Brain Injury Trust, with one of the new Brain Injury Information Cards.

New support service for children with acquired brain injuries

Health