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Straid tea room is shortlisted for top award
Ballylagan Guest House and Tea Room in Straid has been shortlisted in the RICS Northern Ireland Awards.
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Game of Thrones to return to Province for fifth season
Game of Thrones - the blockbuster fantasy adventure series which has been partly filmed in the Larne area - is to return for a fifth season.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
CAB funding boost will aid older people
Larne and District Citizens' Advice Bureau has received funding to reach out to older people who may be missing out on benefits.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Will donations raise A 1,325 for NI Hospice
Staff at J W McNinch and Son, Ballyclare hand over a cheque for i 1 21,325 to Sharon Gorman of the Northern Ireland Hospice.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
'Local identity very important' - Donaghy
Mrs Donaghy, who met with Carrickfergus councillors on Monday of last week, had travelled to neighbouring Larne Council seven days earlier to give a presentation to the public services committee.
Take a trip down Coronation Street
From Jim and Liz to Jack and Vera, Betty's infamous hot pot to pints at the Rovers Return, for over 50 years Coronation Street has delighted fans with unforgettable characters and exciting storylines that have produced must-see television history.
Food bank aims to offer support to people in crisis
Jill McIlreavy, Henry McCrory, Gwen Smyth, Alex Moore and Joanna Lesslie at the Trussell Trust Carrickfergus Foodbank in the Jordan Victory Church.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Businesses affected after trouble flares in Woodburn area
Members of the Tactical Support Group were visible in case there was a repeat of the violence.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Removing 'stigma' over mental health
Organised by suicide-prevention charity PIPS Larne, the event was designed to provide practical support and share the message that help is available.
Lottery funding boost for community organisations
Charities and community groups in the Newtownabbey area have been awarded funding from the Big Lottery Fund's Awards for All programme.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Agewell project seeks to help older people
Members of the Mid & East Antrim Agewell Partnership and Good Morning Ballymena outside their new offices in Queen Street.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Fold's services for older people worthy of award
Fold Housing Association celebrate their success after an innovative housing support service that has transformed the lives of almost 150 older people in Northern Ireland has been recognised with two major honours from the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
A rally for Irish language rights has been held in Belfast and a couple have appeared in court over a A 320k drugs haul in Dunmurry.
Appeal for calm after tense night in Carrickfergus
There were calls for calm on Friday night amid growing fears over the activities of a rogue branch of the UDA.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Carrick trouble 'linked to Larne arrests'
Police believe disturbances in Carrickfergus on Thursday were a reaction to arrests made over disorder caused by loyalist paramilitaries in Larne almost a fortnight ago.
Public disorder 'linked to trouble in Larne'
The disturbances followed a number of earlier searches and an arrest made by police in the area as part of the ongoing investigation for attempted murder and disorder in Larne on March 30. Just after 8.30pm, reports were received that crowds were gathering in areas of The Hollies, Cherry Walk and The Birches.
12 Days of Pink in Larne for the Giro d'Italia
The world-famous Giro d'Italia will race through Larne on Saturday May 10, and Larne Borough Council is planning 12 days of activities to mark the once-in-a-lifetime event.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Carrick arrest over Larne disturbance
A 48-year-old man has been arrested by detectives in Larne under the Terrorism Act in connection with disorder in the town on Sunday, March 30. The male, who was arrested in the Carrickfergus area this afteroon , has been taken to Antrim Serious Crime Suite for questioning.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
After toasting the Queen at last night's Royal banquet, the deputy First Minister says he remains an unapologetic Irish Republican.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
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Unionist silence on UDA attacks linked to forthcoming election
Sinn FA©in MLA Oliver McMullan has linked the silence of unionist politicians on recent UDA activity in south and east Antrim to reports that it has pledged support for the DUP in this area.