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Commonwealth flag to be raised on day of celebration
People are being invited along to Newtownabbey Borough Council's Mossley Mill headquarters on Monday, March 10 for a special ceremony to mark Commonwealth Day - the annual celebration of the Commonwealth of Nations.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Kevin Cuneo: Irish Rovers wrap it up
Nobody could blame George Millar, co-founder of the Irish Rovers, for brushing away a tear or two during this final tour.
Crumlin Royal Blue Masonic Lodge installation
W.Bro Phillip Swann, who was re-installed as Worshipful Master of Crumlin Royal Blue Masonic Lodge 140 on Friday evening in Crumlin Masonic Hall, is pictured with Rt.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Ballymartin park and ride scheme gets the go ahead
Work on the scheme near Templepatrick, which will comprise 428 car parking spaces, is expected to start this summer and take around one year to complete.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
New park and ride scheme goes ahead
Plans to build a A 3.8m park and ride facility at Ballymartin, County Antrim, have been given the go-ahead.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Weekend Box Office: PC, Islamo-Friendly "Non-Stop," Moronic "Adult World"
Another disappointing weekend at the box office. I did not see "Son of God." Here are the movies, new at theaters this weekend, which I did see.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
PUP putting up three candidates in Carrick
Progressive Unionist Party candidates, who will be standing for election in Carrickfergus: Jim McCaw, Jonathan Cooke and Gareth Cole .
Drugs, guns and the torment of his only son: As James Bond author Ian ...
The shocking gallery of guns, drugs and money posted online by boy, THIRTEEN, just hours before he was accidentally shot dead by his best friend as they played with the weapons he showed off Man, 21, admits to squeezing HAMSTER to death with his bare hands in pet store as horrified shoppers looked on Former Super Bowl champ Darren Sharper turns ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Remembering Dungannon District Council: The people's politician who transformed Coalisland
Jim Canning Chairman of the Lough Neagh partnership pictured with Lisburn Deputy Mayor Jim Tynsley and The Mayor of Antrim is Sam Dunlop launching Irish Country Lifestyle Festival which will be held at Shane s Castle in Antrim on the 16 and 17 June.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Northern Ireland First Minister, Peter Robinson, 'incandescent with ...
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
McKeown is new Bishop of Derry
The 63-year-old from Co Antrim takes over a post which has been vacant since 2011, when Bishop Seamus Hegarty retired due to ill-health.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Lidl could take over InShops site
Discount supermarket chain Lidl may be about to open a branch in Belfast city centre after it applied for an off-sales licence for the Hi Park Centre.
New super council 'can lead the way', claims CEO
Mrs Donaghy spoke of her delight at being selected for the role and said: "The next few years will change the landscape of local government in Northern Ireland and I believe Mid and East Antrim can lead the way in fully grasping the opportunities to deliver on behalf of our citizens, ratepayers, councillors and Council officers.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Walk with the Hospice
Northern Ireland Hospice Vice President Olivia Nash is pictured with Hospice Nurse, Debbie Sharkey and local Antrim & Randalstown Hospice Support Group Member, Mary Peacock.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Temporary closure of public right of way
Due to upgrading works being carried out by the Department of Social Development to 'Workers Bridge', the public right of way running from the Belfast Road to Abbeyview, Muckamore will be closed from March 3 to 17. Elaine Upton, Countryside and Physical Activity Development Manager with Antrim Borough Council, said: "Due to safety concerns posed by ... (more)
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Town-born Liz just misses out in historic bid to become Moderator
Portadown-born Rev Liz Hughes almost stood the Presbyterian Church in Ireland on its head last week when she came within one vote of being the first woman Moderator in its 500-year history.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Randalstown group launches 400 Years project
Guests at the launch of '400 Years', including South Antrim MLA Trevor Clarke, and Deputy Mayor of Antrim, Councillor Brian Graham.
New Zealand diplomat visits Ulster birthplace of ex-premier
A top-ranking New Zealand diplomat has paid a visit to the Ulster birthplace of one of his country's bygone leaders - and brought with him a "uniquely valuable" artefact.
DUP's tobacco control opponents are on the back foot, claims Wells
The anti-tobacco lobby within the DUP has won out over those within the party who have argued against new curbs on smoking, the party's future health minister has suggested.
Natasha Irish (wearing the green jacket) as she left Antrim courthouse on Tuesday.
Appearing at Antrim Magistrates' Court, a clearly emotional Natasha Irish, 33, confirmed that she understood the single charge against her.