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After two months of intensive heats - at venues all over the Province - Saturday's Antrim Show saw the Fleming family's truly elite Jersey second calver Potterswalls Glams Elisha crowned as the Northern Ireland Shows Association Dairy Cow champion.
Ballymena will begin marking the 100th anniversary of the First World War with two solemn ceremonies on Monday, August 4. It was on that date in 1914 that Britain found itself at war with Germany after Kaiser Wilhelm's armies had invaded neutral Belgium, a country whose neutrality Britain was pledged to protect.
The wife Margaret, daughter Fiona, sons James and Jonathan, granddaughter Emma, grandsons Andrew, John and Ryan, daughters-in-law Ann and Wendy, son-in-law Owen and sister Elizabeth of the late Robert H Gault wish to express their heartfelt thanks to all who sympathised with them, supported and prayed with them in their recent sad bereavement.
Translink NI Railways is ready to take the first steps towards the construction of a new railway halt at Knockmore.
Richard Palmer, President of The Law Society, hands over a cheque for i 1 27,270 to Sharon Gorman, NI Hospice Donor Officer.
Budding young military historians have spoken of their pride at seeing their work being put on public display at Carrickfergus Cenotaph.
Making waves: Study USA student Jordan Colgan is picture with Helen McBride from the British Council at the Study USA Orientation event at the University of Ulster, Belfast on June 26. INBM30-14S Jordan, who is currently studying Computer Science at the University of Ulster, will soon be heading to Westminster College, Missouri after being selected ... (more)
A Monkstown woman is to take part in a special day of fundraising events in memory of Carrickfergus schoolgirl Rebekah Bunting.
A leading solid fuel supplier - which has secured a new base in Larne - has spoken out against plans for a ban on the sale of domestic house coal.
A former Larne schoolgirl is proving that age is no barrier when it comes to modelling, after kicking off her catwalk career at the age of 59. Glamorous Kate King-Roberts, who now lives in Roscommon, was born in Ballyclare in 1955 and attended Larne's St Comgall's College.
Loyalists have attempted to burn down St Mary's Star of the Sea Church on the Shore Road on the outskirts of north Belfast.
The former British intelligence officer Colin Wallace told Radio Ulster last weekend that any inquiry into Kincora Boys' Home will not be able to get to the truth if it doesn't have access to evidence about the role of MI5.
It was discovered in a plastic box tied to the lock of premises in West Street, Carrickfergus, on Friday morning.
Since coming second on The Voice last year, Northern Ireland's Leah McFall has been living the dream recording her debut album.
Green-fingered residents of Sunnylands could soon have their own allotments depending on the success of a new community garden.
For him, like so many other sufferers, it's a way of regaining some control of a life that has been hijacked by this ravaging disease that cares nothing for the age, dreams or hopes of those it strikes.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 01:11 am
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