7 hrs ago
Falling rocks warning signs ignored
People who are ignoring signs not to walk along a County Antrim coastal path are putting their lives at risk, the mayor of Carrickfergus has warned.
11 hrs ago
Allotments 'depend on scheme success'
Green-fingered residents of Sunnylands could soon have their own allotments depending on the success of a new community garden.
15 hrs ago
Gun cartridge put at Alliance office
A shotgun cartridge has been found in a plastic box tied to the lock of an Alliance Party constituency office in Carrickfergus, County Antrim.
19 hrs ago
Irish dancers for France
A local Irish dancing group is preparing to show its European counterparts that they are the 'reel' deal by representing Ulster in two French festivals.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Stretch of Whitehead walking route closed
A spokesperson for Carrickfergus Borough Council explained an upper stretch of the path has been closed due to health and safety concerns.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Carrick Siege 'needs more resources'
Efforts could be made to expand on the re-enactment of the Siege of Carrick Castle following a "slight" drop in numbers this year.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
'Thrilling' concerts for students after summer school
Carrick Grammar School pupils and Ulster Youth Orchestra members Grainne White, Leah Forsythe, Connor Chambers and Sarah Doherty.
Invest NI brings jobs boost
Alistair Ross MLA , Assembly Private Secretary for the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, who hosted the event, is joined by Business Ambassadors, Seamus Connolly and Kate Connolly of Fast Engineering Ltd and Ray Hayden, Board Member of InterTradeIreland.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Jordanstown student Charlotte in the running for Miss Ireland crown
A Jordanstown student is hoping to scoop the top spot in the finals of a national beauty pageant this weekend after winning a regional title.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Agency reports boost in new build sales
Carrick's housing market has received a welcome boost after a local estate agents reported an increase in new build sales in the area.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Domestic violence is ageless
Pictured at the Women's Aid tea dance are Christine , Catherine , Chris and Fay Tilson INLT-28-701-con Women's Aid in Larne marked World Elder Abuse Day with a tea dance at the Old Presbyterian Church of Larne and Kilwaughter on Monday June 16. The organisation's groups in Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey are highlighting ... (more)
Sun Jul 13, 2014
McMullan: 'Carrick Town Hall protest was attempt at intimidation'
A protest which led to a ministerial visit to Carrick Town Hall being cancelled was an attempt at intimidation, an East Antrim MLA has claimed.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Ministerial meeting rescheduled after protest
A ministerial visit to Carrick Town Hall on Monday afternoon is to be rescheduled following a protest outside the venue.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Plucky Roddensvale pupils go for gold
Roddensvale School students Robert McVeigh, Ross Clarke, Tammy Lee Letson, Kirsty Brown, Graeme McCabe and Ruari Beattie have all gained the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and are pictured here with staff Judith Smyth, Heather Stewart, Shirley Gwynne and Valerie McBurney.
Re-enactment of Schomberg's Siege at Carrick Castle
In conjunction with Carrickfergus Council, the Northern Ireland Environment Agency will be retelling the 17th century siege of the fortress by the Williamite general and the landing of King William.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
A kids' bonfire and the main event on the Old Warren Estate, Lisburn
Up and down Northern Ireland, these towering structures will become pillars of flame when the traditional Eleventh Night kicks off this evening.
Official unveiling of restored clubhouse
Carrickfergus is well placed to attract major yachting events following restoration of the town's fire-damaged sailing club premises.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Businesses begin Brooks refunds
Businesses on both sides of the Irish border have been speaking about the impact of the cancellation of five Garth Brooks concerts in Dublin.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Double glazing to start
Double glazing work is to be carried out at over 500 Housing Executive homes in Carrickfergus in the coming months.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Oil exploration firm outlines plans for Woodburn Forest
The company proposing to drill a petroleum exploration well at Woodburn has again stated its plans do not involve 'fracking'.