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1 hr ago | Lisburn Today
Banbridge Academy student Kerri Smyth recently completed her work placement in the office of Jim Nicholson MEP in East Belfast.
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5 hrs ago | Antrim Today
Roads Service are spending over 250,000 to remove illuminations from road signs and replace them with reflective signs across Ballymena and Antrim.
5 hrs ago | Antrim Today
Sunday 2nd March 2014 Open + Direct Miss Northern Ireland Contest 2014 Spice, Antrim.
6 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
Corporal Geoffrey McNeill, who has been named as the soldier who died at Tern Hill Barracks in Shropshire at the weekend.
6 hrs ago | UTV
Police have released the name of a soldier from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment, who was found dead at a base in England.
6 hrs ago | Ballymena Today
Bannside Councillor Roy Gillespie is delighted that resurfacing work is due to start shortly on a number of Ahoghill roads.
8 hrs ago | Belfast Today
Police legal delays to an inquest into the first death caused by the force have been branded farcical by a coroner.
8 hrs ago | Ballymena Today
Ballymena Mayor Cllr Audrey Wales has extended congratulations to various individuals, businesses and groups in the borough on the achievements they have made during the past month.
9 hrs ago | Lisburn Today
Tributes have been pouring in of one of the provinces top rallying champions, Derek Johnston from Hillsborough who passed away at the weekend at the age of 91. Derek, was one of the few racing stars from Northern Ireland who won two major titles the Monte Carlo and Circuit of Ireland in the 1950's.
11 hrs ago | Belfast Today
The UUP says the legacy of the Troubles must be resolved by affirming Northern Ireland's position within the UK and by refusing to rewrite history to let those responsible for terrorism off the hook.
16 hrs ago | Oxford Times
A dog which attacked a woman and left her with "serious injuries" has been found after a search by armed police.
People caring for someone with dementia are being offered the chance to learn more about the disease and how it affects the individual in a series of courses being run by Alzheimer's Society in the Northern Trust area.
A baby is being treated in hospital following an incident in east Belfast and pipe bombs thrown at homes in Londonderry are being treated as racist attacks.
Dogs Trust, the UK's largest dog welfare charity, is used to seeing an increase in unwanted dogs over the winter months.
NI Water has launched its new summary of contracts worth 130 million which are available to cover goods and services required by the company over the next 18 months.
Police are appealing for information on a white van seen in Portrush around the time of an armed burglary in which two women were tied up in their home.
A voter registration clinic will take place at the Valley Leisure Centre on Tuesday, March 11 between 6pm and 8pm.