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38 min ago | Fermanagh Today

Lo urges big gay pride turnout

The Parades Commission has designated the march as 'sensitive' but said it "has not decided to impose restrictions on this parade as notified".

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4 hrs ago | Nine O'Clock

Two men arrested over racist hate attacks against Romanians in Belfast

Two men-aged 20 and 22 - have been arrested in connection with a series of race hate attacks in east Belfast.

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5 hrs ago | Ballymoney Today

McShane praises local Gaza aid appeal

A Moyle councillor has praised all those who helped an aid appeal for Gaza which, he said, witnessed a huge response from the local community with several tonnes of items being gathered in little over a week.

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9 hrs ago | RTE.ie

Woman accused of trying to identify witnesses

A woman from County Antrim has been in court charged with attempting to identify people in a PSNI witness protection scheme.

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12 hrs ago | Carrickfergus Today

Antrim Artillery exhibition set to open in Carrick

Captain Paddy Shields and Captain Ken Blues from 591 Independent Field Squadron, based at Bangor Army Reserve Centre, visited Carrickfergus Museum, with the Mayor, Alderman Charlie Johnston and Shirn Murphy, Collections Access officer.

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13 hrs ago | Mother Jones

British Army Officially Withdrew From Northern...

After 38 years, Operation BannerBritian's operation in Northern Irelandofficially came to an end on July 31st, 2007.

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15 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

Gwent PCC welcomes plan to cut rural crime

This week the Home Office announced an investment of A 39,200 to establish the National Rural Crime Network which aims to act as a collaborative think tank, researching and implementing ways to reduce rural crime.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Lisburn Today

Summer School for Lisburn students

Stuart Gawley and Kerry Hawkins from Lisburn who took part in a Summer School were among the 54 people with disabilies who were presented certificates at a graduation ceremony.

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Fermanagh Today

New proposal for city centre 20mph restriction published

Plans to impose a 20mph speed limit across Belfast city centre have been published by the Department for Regional Development.

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Mirror.co.uk

Partygoer freezes to death while hiding from police following car crash

Rhys Trimby, 21, was a passenger in a pal's car when police spotted it speeding and gave chase - after crashing into a fence, he fled on foot An inquest heard how the driver was arrested after crashing into a fence - but Rhys fled on foot and was never seen alive again.

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Dromore Today

Work starts on a revamp for Coach

Popular Banbridge nightclub The Coach Inn is set for a major revamp as the new owners put their plans in place.

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Fermanagh Today

Villiers' plea over parades body

Republic of Ireland Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan with Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers at Stormont House, Belfast Unionists and Orange Order leaders have urged Theresa Villiers to hold an inquiry to look at issues surrounding the Order's return route in north Belfast, which has been a flashpoint for sectarian ... (more)

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Larne Today

Borough status proposed for Mid and East Antrim Council

Three options have been outlined over the potential for borough status within the new Mid and East Antrim Council .

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BBC News

Cemetery plans opposed by neighbours

Plans for a huge new cemetery beside the south Antrim village of Dundrod are meeting strong opposition from a group of residents.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Fermanagh Today

The service will be held at St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast on Monday

A service commemorating the centenary of Britain's entry into the First World War is to be held in Belfast.

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Redditch Standard

Veterans give cash boost to next generation

Col Andrew Taylor, Mark Guy, adult under officer Redditch Army Cadet Force, Kate Larner, representative of Lloyds Bank and Barry Tansley, from the Redditch branch of the Parachute Regimental Assocation.

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Lisburn Today

Action Cancer Big Bus to visit city

Action Cancer s mobile detection unit will be visiting SuperValu Lisburn on the Knockmore Rd, for public appointments on Wednesday 27 August.

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Belfast Today

No bail for accused with 260 convictions

A Ballymena man allegedly heard encouraging others to shave the head of a sleeping woman, whose hair had already been set alight, has failed in his bid to get Crown Court bail.

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Fermanagh Today

Pair facing trial for 10,000 knifepoint robbery

Two men are to stand trial over a 10,000 cash-in-transit robbery in north Belfast during which a security guard was held up at knifepoint.

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Carrickfergus Today

Former chair to sit on PCSP panel

Former chairman of Carrickfergus Policing and Community Safety Partnership, Councillor Andrew Wilson, has been elected to sit on a four-member panel for the Mid and East Antrim council area.

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