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2 hrs ago | Carrickfergus Today
Members of the Tactical Support Group were visible in case there was a repeat of the violence.
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7 hrs ago | Belfast Today
Residents at all 18 residential care homes that had been earmarked for closure will no longer have to seek alternative accommodation after the health minister announced a reprieve.
7 hrs ago | RTE.ie
Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-ten Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have made two more arrests.
7 hrs ago | Newtownabbey Today
Around 150 people packed in to the Academy Sports Club in Mallusk on Wednesday evening to voice their opposition to the plan to build a massive waste incinerator at Hightown Quarry.
There will be no Bryson Recycling box collection service in Newtownabbey on Easter Monday .
Organisers of the contentious Ballycraigy bonfire in Antrim have taken the first steps in going tyre free for the first time.
"It's not too late to stop this." That's the message from Ballinlea Resident Group as they approach Thursday's deadline for lodging objections to Rathlin Energy's plans to explore and drill for petroleum in the Rathlin Basin.
The homes in the northern and western trust areas include Westlands care home in Cookstown, Thackeray in Limavady, Pinewood in Ballymena and Rosedale in Antrim.
At around 9.45pm, it was reported that windows at a property in Knocksallagh Park had been smashed and a car damaged.
With less than a month before the Giro d'Italia hits Northern Ireland, details of a raft of festival events connected to it have been announced - plus some of the disruption which the event will bring.
Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have arrested a 57-year-old woman.
Brigid Pegnam at the 73rd Anniversary of the Belfast Blitz at the Northern Ireland War Memorial in Belfast City Centre.
Front Row : Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines to Northern Ireland; Cllr Mirtn Muilleoir, Lord Mayor of Belfast; Lord Diljit Rana MBE, Hon.
While coffee franchises and French presses have infiltrated Ireland the brew that keeps the Irish keeping on keeping on is undoubtedly tea.
As the saying goes behind every good man, there's an even better woman, and a local councillor is championing a project which is encouraging more women to get into the male dominated world of politics.
It was an 'agonising and soul searching' decision for the principal of Banbridge Academy but after 40 years of service in teaching, Mr Raymond Pollock has announced his decision to retire in December.
A man is to stand trial accused of secretly filming female doctors for his own sexual gratification, a judge has ruled.