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Picture Special: Glynn and St Anthony's PS open days
St Anthonys Primary School pupil Niamh, Carath, Caoimhe, Amy and Kallie sing Carols at the school open day.
The first sod is cut at Gobbins cliff path site
Picured at the sod-cutting ceremony at The Gobbins are: Valerie Ingram, Ulster Garden Villages; Pat Mulvenna, manager NEP; Linda McCullough, Larne Borough Council; Ald Roy Beggs, chair, Gobbins Steering Group; Mayor, Cllr Maureen Morrow; Cllr Gregg McKeen, vice-chair, Gobbins Steering Group; Geraldine McGahey, chief executive, Larne Borough ... (more)
Irish Republican News
Larne's crown is king of flags and symbols issue
A gigantic metal crown erected on a roundabout without planning permission in Larne, County Antrim, is to remain for another two years at least, the Stormont administration has said.
Council's new DUP councillor is revealed
The DUP has appointed Broughshane native William McCaughey as Councillor for the Braid, filling the vacancy left by Paul Frew MLA.
Motorway linking Carrick and Belfast was in the pipeline
A motorway was to be constructed between Carrick and Belfast at a cost of 5 million, according to a report in the East Antrim Times in November 1963.
A 90,000 Fort James fund still untouched
Over a decade after it was set up, a trust fund intended to help the young people of Larne has still not been put to good use.
In this week's paper . . .
Larne has come off the ropes and fought its way back to economic recovery in the wake of last year's devastating job losses at FG Wilson, says LEDCOM The family of murdered Ballycarry woman Nichola Dickson claim they were "kept in the dark" over her killer's release from prison, MLAs from several parties commended east Antrim member Oliver McMullan ... (more)
Gaelectric and US group to store power
Irish renewable energy group, Gaelectric and US engineering group, Dresser-Rand, have set up a strategic alliance to develop energy storage projects starting in Co Antrim.
On the trail of a Welsh wordsmith
Sixty years ago the portly, roistering Welsh poet Dylan Thomas set out from New York's fabled Chelsea Hotel to a local bar, the White Horse.