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The south Armagh village of Bessbrook came to a standstill yesterday for the funeral of tragic pensioner Oswald Bradley who lost his life in Bessbrook Pond on Monday.
Environment Minister Mark H Durkan has said the funds to save the under-threat Exploris aquarium in Co Down have now been secured.
A Co Antrim woman has been granted bail after appearing in court charged with attempting to identify people in a police witness protection scheme.
Two men-aged 20 and 22 - have been arrested in connection with a series of race hate attacks in east Belfast.
Trevor Ringland, former British and Irish Lions Rugby Player, MBE and Cross Community Worker is the final guest speaker in a series of seven meetings hosted by Leitrim Community Forum on Encouraging Community Participation in the Peace Process.
Councillor Marie Hamilton has called on people visiting graves to be vigilant after police received complaints of criminal damage at the cemetery on the Dromore Road.
After 38 years, Operation BannerBritian's operation in Northern Irelandofficially came to an end on July 31st, 2007.
Angela Tweed, Stephen O Neill, David McKerr, Emma Gilpin, Cal Douglas and Gemma Gibson who are attending the USA The students, who will be visiting colleges there and who were selected to take part in the British Council's prestigious Study USA programme received last minute advice and information at a pre-departure meeting in Belfast.
Christians in New Zealand are unlikely to encounter a church leader like Lynda Patterson for a generation, according to one of the country's leading Anglican figures.
The NIHE has listed their programme of work for the next year including maintenance work, kitchen replacements, double glazing and heating installation.
Popular Banbridge nightclub The Coach Inn is set for a major revamp as the new owners put their plans in place.
Local MLA John McCallister has expressed concern that fly-tipping could dramatically increase in Rathfriland when the town's recycling centre temporarily closes.
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)
Councillor Alexander Redpath has called on members of the public to respond to the public consultation on the proposed Off-Street Parking Bill.
The combined Loyal Orders, including the Orange, Black, Apprentice Boys, Women and Junior sections, will hold a parade in the town on Sunday August 3 at 5.30pm before a church service is held in Seapatrick Parish Church at 6.30pm.
Action Cancer s mobile detection unit will be visiting SuperValu Lisburn on the Knockmore Rd, for public appointments on Wednesday 27 August.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 05:42 am
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