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3 hrs ago | Lisburn Today
A Lisburn toddler's first foray into fundraising fell foul of the roads at the weekend and his disappointed mum is hoping to run out her own alternative event.
10 hrs ago | Belfast Today
The exclusive Royal Portrush Golf Club has passed the first hurdle in plans to upgrade its course and bring back the Open Championship by 2019.
17 hrs ago | Bridportnews.co.uk
Martin McGuinness said the dispute over the flying of a Union flag over Belfast City Hall had caused a deterioration in relations The deterioration in relations between nationalist and unionist politicians in Northern Ireland was sparked by a decision to limit the flying of the Union flag over Belfast City Hall, Deputy First Minister Martin ... (more)
21 hrs ago | Newsday
On the left of this image is the scene that followed a 500lb IRA bomb exploding in Coleraine in 1992 Northern Ireland's towns and cities were regularly bombed by the IRA during the Troubles.
Jimmy Nesbitt, who died last week aged 79, never attempted to dine out on his rightful billing as the detective who worked tirelessly to put most of the notorious Shankill Butchers gang behind bars.
Having established a reputation for delivering innovative employment solutions within the Northern Ireland marketplace, Springvale Employment and Learning Solutions are proud to announce the launch of their new, fully integrated recruitment service based on the Lisburn site.
Around 3,000 members from 79 preceptories took part in the parade from the districts of Larne, Ballymena, Ballymoney, Antrim, Lisburn and the host district of Ballyclare, along with more than 70 bands.
Kelli Bagchus, manager of Carrickfergus Enterprise and Donal Leahy, Enterprise Northern Ireland with business 'bootcamp' participants.
Back-to-school may be looming, but there's still time - and the opportunity - to clown around with the kids with a series of free, fun circus skills activities in parks in Antrim, Carrickfergus and Newtownabbey, right up until the end of August.
An IRA man who escaped prison more than 50 years ago was given a Royal pardon after the intervention of Margaret Thatcher's government, a government file has revealed.
A major deal has been struck for the film rights to Irish Independent columnist and author Martina Devlin 's latest novel, The House Where It Happened.
A leading dissident republican has pleaded guilty to handling 10,000 in cash following the robbery of cash-in-transit guard.
Summary: The law firm of Baker & McKenzie has announced that it has chosen Belfast, Northern Ireland as the location for its newest legal services center.
CCTV footage of a filling station in Articlave, near Castlerock has captured the moment a lorry ram-raided the shop in an attempt to steal a cash machine.
Around 800 members from Ballymena and District and their accompanying bands will take part in the Royal Black Institution's 'Last Saturday' parade in Ballyclare on Saturday.
Principal Mrs Kathryn Bell with successful GCSE students Chloe Hamilton, Megan McNeilly, Laura Beattie, Danika McCabe, Adrianna Coulter and Aimee Laird.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 08:56 pm
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