Sunday Dec 1
Call for independent health watchdog
A doctor who blew the whistle on unsafe practices during the Baby P abuse scandal has said Northern Ireland needs an independent health regulator.
Townsfolk urged to ignore clowns
Police have vowed to hunt down the clowns to offer them "strong words of advice" - although they stressed that dressing up as a clown is not illegal.
Call for independent review into Cherry Tree House nursing home
Calls have been made by Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson for an independent review of Cherry Tree House nursing home in Carrickfergus after a former care assistant claimed that residents were not properly fed and that there were poor levels of hygiene.
Alliance picks team for May poll
The Alliance Party's selection meeting for candidates for the new Mid and East Antrim Council was scheduled for Tuesday evening in Carrickfergus.
Crime down over Halloween week
There was an 11 percent decrease in overall crime across the policing district covering Carrick during Halloween week, PSNI have said.
Fire-damaged Alliance office reopened by Ford
Almost one year on from being gutted in an arson attack Alliance's Carrickfergus office was officially reopened today .
40 jobs created at new Carrick store
A Co Antrim independent retailer is set to create up to 40 jobs with an investment of over a quarter of a million pounds supported by Ulster Bank.
Workshop to discuss impact of good relations projects
Partisan Productions and the CAN Peace III Partnership are inviting groups or individuals who are working with young people on a professional or voluntary basis to a workshop at Mossley Mill on Friday, November 22, starting at 10am and finishing with lunch.
Magherafelt council defends overspend at leisure centre
Magherafelt council has defended the 125 per cent rise in the construction cost for the refurbishment of Greenvale Leisure Centre.
Carrickfergus Borough remembers the fallen
The Royal British Legion led the commemoration with veterans and representatives of uniformed organisations.
Education Minister warns of concussion danger in wake of schoolboy's rugby death
Ben Robinson, a schoolboy rugby player was the first person in Northern Ireland to die from second impact syndrome, a Coroner ruled earlier this year.
Friends take on charity triathlon challenge
Ben Dench, along with friends Sarah Chambre and George Bates, are taking on an Olympic size challenge on Saturday, November 9, that will test endurance and stamina while raising much needed funds for local children's heart charity, the Children's Heartbeat Trust.