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Royal Black encourages Scots to vote 'No' in referendum
The Royal Black Institution has come out strongly against independence in Scotland and urges all of its members there to vote 'No' in the referendum on September 18. The pro-Union sentiments are expressed in one of three resolutions to be proposed by the Institution at Saturday's six demonstrations in Northern Ireland - Rathfriland.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
'Outstanding results important in competitive world' - St Killian's principal
Some of the top GCSE achievers at St. Killian's with head of KS4 Dermot Logue and head of year 12 Peter Marrs from a website you visit.
Rockers Therapy? due NI Legend Award
The Northern Ireland Music Prize celebrates the best of Northern Irish album releases and last year the top accolade went to soulful, folk-pop singer Foy Vance for his Joy of Nothing collection.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Search is on for Carrick companies with 'export factor'
The search is on for Carrick companies to participate in an innovative programme to win 5,000 worth of support for their exporting plans.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Tracker devices aid fight against rural crime rise
East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson has voiced concern about "the rising level of rural crime" and especially the theft of machinery locally.
Grants now on offer for volunteer groups
A new grants scheme aimed at helping volunteers to take practical action to improve their local environment and support the growth of civic pride in Larne Borough has been launched.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Orchestra members from Larne play at Ypres' Menin Gate
Antrim Youth Orchestra members Michaela Mulvenna and Caoimhe Mc Donnell, who played at the Menin Gate war memorial in Ypres.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Larne CAP debt relief centre opens
Welfare Rights firm, Carlin Solicitors presents Christians Against Poverty with a cheque for i 1 2 744.75 following a highly successful Larne sponsored walk on Saturday 26 July 2014.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Export programme seeking local firms
The search is on to identify companies in Ballymena to participate in an innovative programme to win 5,000 support for their exporting plans.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Picture special: Ballynure Methodist Church summer scheme
In this week's Times we have a picture special showing the kids of Ballynure Methodist Church enjoying their summer scheme.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Debate over devolving car park management
Members of Mid and East Antrim's Policy and Resources Committee have debated the Council's response to the new Off-Street Parking Bill, to devolve the management of off-street car parks to councils from April 1 2015.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Gathering gears up for 2014 celebration
The twenty-second Gathering will highlight the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War and the 75th anniversary of the Second World War.
Promo: Christmas card from trenches to Larne with love
A Larne man has shared a fascinating insight to the thoughts of the men in the trenches as World War One raged.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Charity sheepdog trials at Magheramorne
Sheepdog Trials enthusiasts from across Northern Ireland and further afield gathered at Sam and Linda Gault's farm, Ballylesson Road on Saturday to take part in the Magheramorne Charity Sheepdog Trials.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Chernobyl appeal for local host families
The local branch of the Chernobyl Children's Appeal NI Ltd is appealing for host families to help more children benefit from a stay in Northern Ireland.
Christmas card from the WWI trenches
A Carrickfergus resident has shared a fascinating insight to the thoughts of the men in the trenches as World War One raged.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Promo: Chernobyl girl's 'life-changing' NI legacy
Three children from Chernobyl paid a visit to the mayor`s parlour pictured with their host families and Mayor of Larne Martin Wilson.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Police probe Ballycarry burglary
Detectives are appealing for information following a burglary at a house in the Bridgend Road area of Ballycarry on Friday.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Larne RNLI in seven call-outs in four weeks
The call-outs were to a variety of incidents, including a man in trouble in the water, drifting vessels and false alarms with good intent.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Ireland and WW1 - 100 years on
In pre-partition Ireland, soldiers from both parts of the island volunteered to fight for the British Army during World War One, but they signed up for very different reasons It may seem incredible at the distance of 100 years but until the grave tones of the British Foreign Secretary, Sir Edward Grey, in the House of Commons on 3 August 1914 the ... (more)