The Alliance Party general election candidate for North Antrim will be Councillor Patricia O’Lynn

Speaking after her selection as candidate Councillor O’Lynn said: “This election will be one of the most important in recent years as it will help determine our relationship with the EU. “Alliance believes there is no such thing as a good Brexit and Northern Ireland’s best interests lie in staying in the EU. If elected, […]

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Ballymena needs positive political leadership, Alliance candidate O’Lynn says

Ballymena needs positive political leadership, Alliance’s Patricia O’Lynn has said, as she revealed she will be standing for the party in May’s Council election. Patricia, who has stood for the party in the North Antrim constituency in the recent past, will contest the Ballymena district electoral area of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council in […]

O’Lynn says people can make a stand for transparent politics by signing recall petition

Alliance North Antrim representative Patricia O’Lynn has said the people of the constituency can make a stand for transparent politics by signing the recall petition against Ian Paisley. Ms O’Lynn was speaking as the petition opened across three locations in the constituency – in Ballymoney, Ballymena and Ballycastle – until September 19. If 10 per […]

O’Lynn calls on North Antrim electorate to make their voices heard

Alliance North Antrim representative Patricia O’Lynn has called on the people of the constituency to make their voices heard after the recall petition against Ian Paisley was opened. Three locations across North Antrim will be available from August 8 until September 19, following the suspension of Ian Paisley as an MP for 30 sitting days. […]

O’Lynn condemns attack on Orange hall

Alliance North Antrim representative Patricia O’Lynn has condemned an attack on an Orange hall in Rasharkin. The building, on Main Street in the town, was daubed with graffiti such as ‘IRA’, between 9pm and 11pm on Saturday (July 28). The hall has been targeted in the past. “This was nothing more than mindless sectarian vandalism […]