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3 hrs ago | UTV
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.
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7 hrs ago | Lisburn Today
Dogs Trust, the UK's largest dog welfare charity, is used to seeing an increase in unwanted dogs over the winter months.
10 hrs ago | Ballymoney Today
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.
13 hrs ago | UTV
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.
Thieves stole a tractor from a yard in Hillsborough and then loaded it onto some other form of transport sometime in the last few days.
The First and Deputy First Ministers have hit out at those behind two letter bombs found in Royal Mail sorting centres, which are believed to have been addressed to prison officers at Maghaberry Prison.
Principal Webb presents a gift from Carrickfergus College to the Children s Commissioner Mrs Lewsley- Mooney and the head of the Stormont Education Committee Mervyn Storey.
The Chief Executive Designate for the new Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council has been named as Dr Theresa Donaldson.
A proposal for Ballymoney Borough Council to start collecting bio waste has resulted in a DUP split - with one member walking out at a recent meeting.
Mayor of Ballymena, Cllr. Audrey Wales, with members of Good Morning Ballymena at the start of their 8 week Painting Workshops, promoting the awareness of Mental & Emotional Well- being and Suicide Prevention.
DUP representatives Cllr Carla Lockhart, Michelle McIlveen MLA and Cllr Margaret Tinsley step out to mark International Womens' Day with Dr Janet Gray MBE, newly selected candidate for Lisburn and Castlereagh Council.
Helping the Woodland Trust and Newtownabbey Borough Council plant trees in Sixmilewater Park are Anna Jackson, Matthew Weatherup and Sian Boyd.
Local historian Dr David Hume is pictured with Brian Blair, Jonathan Mattison and Jonathan Stevenson from the Grand Lodge Education Committee at the launch of David`s latest book, Union Cruiser: Ulster and the Gunrunning of 1914,,in Magheramorne old Orange Hall.
Eirigi press officer Stephen Murney has given an account of the physical and mental torture he endured while interned at Maghaberry prison, outside Lisburn over the past 14 months.
R: Chris Boyd, Co-operative Northern Ireland, and Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines and Chair of Fairtrade Belfast with Alfredo Ortega, Belize Fairtrade Sugar Farmer's Association displaying the Fairtrade hamper that was donated by the Co-operative and the Consulate for St Vincent and the Grenadines question ... (more)
Over 60 boats joined by a fleet of cars and vans sailed through the streets of Enniskillen on Saturday, March 1 in a powerful show of Fishermens antifracking solidarity.