Jul 4, 2014
Jeremy Paxman catches Hay fever on Kells visit
POLITICAL inquisitor and author Jeremy Paxman has admitted he never believed that Irish and British relations would improve so significantly in his lifetime.
Glowing report for Creavery
A recent ETI Inspection of Creavery Primary School, between Kells and Antrim, which is one of the oldest established schools in the NEELB, found that the quality of arrangements for Pastoral Care was outstanding.
Bay View Resident to teach at Irish Fest Summer School
Anyone who can hold a pen can learn to do Celtic calligraphy, according to Linda Lubner of Bay View.
Mail & Guardian
Game of Thrones puts Northern Island on the map
Game of Thrones is bringing an economic boost to Northern Island and has helped foster a film industry that is catching the eye of other productions.
Wee Nuns refurbishment now completed
Grainne McCafferty pictured outside the newly refurbished Aras Cholmcille , formerly known as the Wee Nuns, in the grounds of St. Columba's, Church, Long Tower.