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3 hrs ago | Newtownabbey Today
Robbie Reid, of Belfast High School, is pictured with Ian Jeffers, chairman of the IoD s Education & Skills Committee and Stephen Lavery, area manager of Ulster Bank.
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7 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
Meat suitable only for pets, which had been shipped from Asia to Northern Ireland, was found in a cold-store where it was to be re-labelled and re-packed as being fit for human consumption.
11 hrs ago | AccuWeather.com
A relatively tranquil stretch of weather across the United Kingdom and Ireland will come to an abrupt end Saturday as a potent storm arrives from the Atlantic.
11 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
Euro customers expecting transfers and wages paid into their accounts overnight were affected by a delay but the issue has been fixed, it said.
15 hrs ago | Examiner.com
DUBLIN, IRELAND. In September this year, Ireland officially exited from the recession that started in 2008, the year when the 'Celtic Tiger' boom suddenly came to a grinding halt.
16 hrs ago | Cravenherald.co.uk
Cabinet minister Theresa Villiers visited Barnoldswick on Thursday to see first-hand how the Government is helping local people and businesses.
Campaigners who are trying to save 300 jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Coleraine, are taking their plea to Downing Street at lunchtime on Wednesday.
Turns out you can spend more taxpayer money attending local dinners than on a trip to Ireland: For the third time in a row, Kirsten Keith tops the list in reimbursement requests by Menlo Park council members, according to city records obtained by the Almanac.
Calls are being made for private car parks in Belfast city centre to cut their prices in the run-up to Christmas, with some drivers having to pay over A 11 for just three hours parking.
Following a triumphant home town show in Dublin's Vicar Street at the weekend, Little Green Cars have announced their first shows of 2014.
The minister for education has been challenged to produce the results of a survey of pupils who cross the border to go to school.
Martin Mubiru, a 2006 Commonwealth Games bronze medalist, is among the professional boxers that are set to join Belfast-based Eastside Boxing club to step up their professional career.
Paul Clarke is a 17-year-old Dublin student who has helped to crack a problem that has been baffling mathematicians since the 1930s.
On a recent trip to Galway, Menlo Park Councilman Peter Ohtaki is introduced to Eamon O Cuiv, a member of the Irish parliament, by Galway City Mayor Padraig Conneely.
Ballymoney's generous Tesco customers have helped to donate an incredible 122,080 meals for people in need this Christmas, following the Neighbourhood Food Collection which took place in every Tesco store across the UK last weekend.
Sinn FA©in MLA Meave McLaughlin, who is also the chair of the Health Committee, has welcomed the announcement of the appointment of an international team of experts to assess the future of children's cardiac service.