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45 min ago | Ballycastle Today
The NIHE has listed their programme of work for the next year including maintenance work, kitchen replacements, double glazing and heating installation.
3 hrs ago | Dromore Today
Popular Banbridge nightclub The Coach Inn is set for a major revamp as the new owners put their plans in place.
3 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
Local MLA John McCallister has expressed concern that fly-tipping could dramatically increase in Rathfriland when the town's recycling centre temporarily closes.
6 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
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)
7 hrs ago | Lisburn Today
Councillor Alexander Redpath has called on members of the public to respond to the public consultation on the proposed Off-Street Parking Bill.
11 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
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.
Lynsey won the senior title at the final in the Seagoe Hotel, Portadown last Thursday and will now go on to represent N Ireland at "Face of Europe and the World" in Disneyland, Paris in October.
Disturbing allegations about young people posted on Facebook pages targeting the Banbridge area, have caused alarm among parents and youth workers.
A service commemorating the centenary of Britain's entry into the First World War is to be held in Belfast.
Some 400,000 Garth Brooks fans may still be licking their wounds over his aborted concerts in Ireland, which were originally scheduled for this past weekend.
North Lurgan is in greatest need for social housing, according to the NI Housing Executive's latest report, however, only 29 new builds were delivered in the whole Borough.
Antrim Area Hospital, which caters for the Ballymena area, is once again in the spotlight over performance levels at its Accident and Emergency Unit.
A member of a south Armagh victims' group has died after entering a lake at the centre of a flags row in Bessbrook.
Angela Whitla will pass through towns and cities on both sides of the border as she raises funds for three charities that have had an impact on her own life - namely, Aware Defeat Depression, PIPS suicide prevention and FMS/ME Awareness NI.
Dromore's Jolly Jesters was delighted when an unexpected invitation saw her baby daughter attend a London celebration marking the first birthday of His Royal Highness Prince George.
THE owner of Rockmount service station on the Rathfriland road has said that he "would love to open up a debate" about what is happening in Gaza.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:53 pm
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