09/05/2005

NI council results at present

NI’s elected councillors as of Monday afternoon


  • Carrickfergus: Billy Ashe, Terence Clement, David Hilditch, Patricia McKinney (DUP), Sean Neeson (AP), William Hamilton, Charles Brown (Ind)


  • Newtownabbey: William Ball, Paula Bradley, Nigel Hamilton, Robert Hill, John Mann, Mandy Girvan (DUP), Tom Campbell, Lynn Frazer (AP), Janet Crilly, Ken Robinson, Barbara Gilliland (UUP), Noreen McClelland (SDLP), Frazer Agnew (UUC), Briege Meehan (SF)


  • Belfast: Tim Attwood, Alban Maginness (SDLP), Michael Browne, Daniel Lavery, Paul Maskey, Margaret McClenaghan, Christine Mhic Giolla Mhin, Gerard O' Neill, Janice Austin, Maire Cush, Tom Hartley, Francis McCann, Marie Moore, Caral Ni Chuilin (SF), Nelson McCausland, Wallace Browne, May Campbell, Robin Newton, Sammy Wilson (DUP), Ian Adamson, Fred Cobain, Reg Empey, Jim Rodgers (UUP)


  • Castlereagh: Joanne Bunting, Tommy Jeffers, Andrew Ramsey, Gareth Robinson, Iris Robinson, Charlie Tosh, Jim White (DUP), Judith Cochrane, Michael Long (AP), David Drysdale (UUP)


  • North Down: David Alderdice, Ian Parsley (AP), Ivy Cooling, Gordon Dunne, Robert Graham, Wesley Irvine, William Montgomery (DUP), Ellie McKay, Harry Dunlop, Diana Peacocke, Marion Smith (UUP), Brian Wilson (Grn)


  • Ards: Jonathan Bell, John Elliott, Richard Shannon, Terence Williams, Margaret Craig, Robert Drysdale, Hamilton Gregory (DUP), Ronnie Ferguson, Jeffrey Magill (UUP), Joe Boyle (SDLP), James McBriar, Kieran McCarthy (AP)


  • Lisburn: Robert Beckett, Jeffery Donaldson, Allan Ewart, Andrew Ewing, Edwin Poots, Paul Porter, Cecil Calvert, James Tinsley (DUP), Seamus Close, Elizabeth Campbell (AP), Basil McCrae, William Dillon, William Ward (UUP), Peter O'Hagan (SDLP)


  • Down: William Clarke, Eamonn McConvey, Liam Johnston, Hugh McDowell (SF), Peter Craig, Dermot Curran, Eamonn O Neill, Carmel O'Boyle, John Doris, Colin McGrath (SDLP)


  • Moyle: Madeline Black, Orla Black (SDLP), Seamus Blaney (Ind), Cara McShane, Cathal Newcombe, Oliver McMullan (SF)


  • Ballymoney: Malachy McCamphill (SDLP), Philip McGuigan, Daithi McKay, Anita Cavlan (SF), Audrey Patterson, Roy Wilson, John Finlay (DUP)


  • Ballymena: Beth Adger, James Alexander, John Carson, Martin Clarke, Paul Frew, Roy Gillespie, Sam Hanna, Maurice Mills, Herbert Nicholl, Robin Stirling, David Tweed (DUP), James Henry (Ind), William McNeilly (UUP)


  • Larne: Jack McKee, Robert McKee, Gregg McKeen (DUP), Gerard Wilson (SDLP), John Beggs, Andrew Wilson (UUP), John Mathews (AP)


  • Coleraine: Elizabeth Black, Olive Church, William King, Robert McPherson, David McClarty (UUP), Maurice Bradley, Albert Cole, William Creelman, Ellen Fielding, Adrian McQuillan, Timothy Deans, William McClure (DUP), John Dallat (SDLP), Billy Leonard (SF), Christine Alexander (Ind)


  • Magherafelt: Peter Bateson, Patrick Groogan, Sean Kerr, Kathleen McEldowney, Sean McPeake (SF), Jim Campbell, Kathleen Lagan (SDLP), Robert McCrea, Paul McLean, Elizabeth Forde (DUP), George Shiels (UUP)


  • Antrim: Anthony Brady, Henry Cushinan (SF), Trevor Clarke, John Smyth (DUP), Adrian Cochrane-Watson, Stephen Nicholl (UUP), Robert Loughran (SDLP)


  • Cookstown: Mary Baker, Peter Cassidy, Patsy McGlone, Tony Quinn (SDLP), Sean Clarke, Patrick McAleer, Michael McIvor, John McNamee, Oliver Molloy (SF), Thomas Greer, Trevor Wilson, Samuel Glasgow (UUP), Alice Lees, Samuel McCartney, Robert McCrea (DUP)


  • Craigavon: Samuel Gardiner, Ken Twyble (UUP), Stephen Moutray, Robert Smith, William Smith (DUP), John O'Dowd (SF)
  • Banbridge: Norah Beare, Stephen Herron (DUP), Seamus Doyle (SDLP), John Hanna, Tyrone Howe, John Ingram (UUP)


  • Newry & Mourne: Charlie Casey (SF), Jack Patterson (Ind)


  • Limavady: Anne Brolly (SF), Gerard Mullan (SDLP), John Rankin (UUP), Alan Robinson, George Robinson (DUP)


  • Derry: Gregory Campbell, Joe Miller, Drew Thompson (DUP), Gerard Diver, Mark Durkan, Seana Hume, Martin Reilly (SDLP), Lynn Fleming (SF), Mary Hamilton (UUP)


  • Strabane: Allan Bresland, John Donnell, Thomas Kerrigan (DUP), James Emery, Derek Hussey (UUP), Gerard Foley, Claire McGill, Kieran McGuire, Charles McHugh, Brian McMahon, Jarlath McNulty (SF), Tom McBride, Eugene McMenamin (SDLP)


  • Omagh: Sean Begley, John Clarke, Declan McAleer, Michael McAnespie, Barry McElduff (SF), Thomas Buchanan, Clive McFarland (DUP), Josephine Deehan (SDLP), Ross Hussey, Allan Rainey (UUP), Patrick McGowan, Johnny McLaughlin (Ind)


  • Fermanagh: Harold Andrews, Robert Irvine (UUP), Joe Dodds, Arlene Foster, Paul Robinson (DUP), Ruth Lynch, Brian McCaffrey, Thomas O'Reilly (SF), Fergus McQuillan (SDLP)


  • Dungannon: Michael Gillespie, Michelle O'Neill, Francis Molloy (SF), Anthony McGonnell (SDLP)


  • Armagh: Paul Berry, Freda Donnelly (DUP), Pat Brannigan (SDLP), Sylvia McRoberts, Eric Speers (UUP)

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