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Newtownabbey students flying the flag in the USA
Study USA students Aisling Wilson, Leah Rea and Carrie Neal attending the British Council s orientation event at the University of Ulster, Belfast.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Jonathan to defend record
Former Northern Irish International Strongman and Power Lifter and organiser of the Ultimate Strongman Giant Weekend 2014 Glenn Ross, with current Irish deadlift hold record holder and two times Ireland s Strongest Man Jonathan Kelly from Newtownabbey.
Heatwave makes the city a favourite amongst tourists
Belfast seems to be having a 'Sahara moment' of its own as the temperature continues to rise.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
'Attacks on church must stop'
There have been calls from all sides of the community for an end to attacks on St Mary's Star of the Sea Church in Whitehouse.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Minister meets with residents in Queens Park
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland pictured with Paula Bradley MLA, Councillor Phillip Brett, Sharon Castles of Queens Park Women s Group and Nigel Dodds MP.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Just one Romanian national has applied for dole in Foyle
Just one Romanian national applied for the dole in Londonderry in the first two months after the introduction of a new 'habitual residence test' in January: the applicant was unsuccessful.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Larne unionists show a united front in support of Ligoniel Orange lodges
Unionist politicians taking part in the six minute protest during the Twelfth demonstrations in Larne.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Jordanstown student Charlotte in the running for Miss Ireland crown
A Jordanstown student is hoping to scoop the top spot in the finals of a national beauty pageant this weekend after winning a regional title.
Club sex image sparks outrage
AT 40, Kriste Lewis already stands out in the New Orleans Saints cheerleading squad.
Collinbridge mother and daughter abseil tallest building
Mother and daughter duo Anne and Laura Magill from Collinbridge in Newtownabbey took a deep breath before abseiling over the Obel in aid of the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Ballyclare schools support 'Wall of Hope' appeal
Mrs Bell, David Kerr and Mrs McKinty, from Ballyclare Secondary School, presenting a cheque for i 1 21665 to John Phillips, of the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Twelfth 2014: Belfast
Sandy Row district will head this year's Twelfth parade in the capital city, with the parade leaving Carlisle Circus at 10am.
NW SF councillors' posters on huge Belfast bonfire
Londonderry Sinn Fein councillor Paul Fleming says those who placed election posters of North West representatives on an 11th night bonfire in Belfast are guilty of hate crimes.
Apprentices recognised for dedication to learning
Dean McIlwaine, from Newtowanabbey, was recognised for his learning success at Belfast Met's annual Apprenticeship and Training Awards.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Video: District manager marks 30 years of dedicated service with CAB
Tributes have been paid to the manager of Newtownabbey Citizens Advice Bureau for her 30 years of faithful service to the organisation.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Crisis talks as tension grows over parades
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny is sending a delegation of senior officials to hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron over rising tensions in Northern Ireland ahead of unionist marches this weekend.
Newtownabbey bakery threatened with legal action over gay marriage cake
The image which Asher's Bakery refused to print on the cake for a Queerspace campaigner.
Ulster Bank to close branch in village
Councillors in Hillsborough have said they are concerned and saddened by the Ulster Bank to close its branch in the village.
Drums that are rolled out each Twelfth of July
The Lambeg drum rivals the flute as the most traditional of Orange instruments, but its exact origin is open to debate.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
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The issue of parades is a contentious one in Northern Ireland
Unionists have pulled out of the latest political talks in Northern Ireland in protest at a decision to ban a contentious loyal order parade from passing a nationalist community in Belfast.