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1 hr ago | Ballycastle Today
Invest Northern Ireland has offered A 950,000 of assistance towards the project, which will safeguard around 250 jobs at the site.
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2 hrs ago | UTV
A high-profile republican accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bomb atrocity was being sought by police for five years, the High Court has heard.
7 hrs ago | Ballycastle Today
A Portadown girl, who got a taste for humanitarian work while living as a child in India, is heading to Bolivia as a volunteer for three months.
8 hrs ago | Dromore Today
Suspicious activity in the area, has led police to remind the public to secure their property and report suspicious activity at the earliest opportunity.
10 hrs ago | UTV
10 hrs ago | Nationalist
With less than a month before the Giro d'Italia hits Northern Ireland, details of a raft of festival events connected to it have been announced - plus some of the disruption which the event will bring.
11 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
12 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
Brigid Pegnam at the 73rd Anniversary of the Belfast Blitz at the Northern Ireland War Memorial in Belfast City Centre.
13 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
The building in Church Square/Bridge Street Banbridge which collapsed on Sunday afternoon i 1 2 Edward Byrne Photography INBL15-274EB Fire crews used a rescue dog to check that a derelict pre-war building which collapsed at Church Square in Banbridge on Sunday afternoon, was empty.
13 hrs ago | Belfast Today
The Northern Ireland Secretary is to call for "proportionate" focus on wrongdoing by republicans and loyalists rather than the police as part of future measures to heal divisions over the conflict.
13 hrs ago | Ballycastle Today
Front Row : Dr Christopher Stange, Hon. Consul for St Vincent and the Grenadines to Northern Ireland; Cllr Mirtn Muilleoir, Lord Mayor of Belfast; Lord Diljit Rana MBE, Hon.
Pawel Marek , of Avonlea Manor, Craigavon, also received six points and was ordered to pay 1 A 15 offenders levy.
It was an 'agonising and soul searching' decision for the principal of Banbridge Academy but after 40 years of service in teaching, Mr Raymond Pollock has announced his decision to retire in December.
"We will never give in to terrorism or violence." How often have we heard such statements from our political leaders? Especially after any terrorist atrocity.
Ballymoney is to benefit from the extension of a Christmas parking scheme which introduced lower parking rates in 25 towns.
PROMINENT republican Seamus Daly has been charged with murdering 29 people in the Omagh bombing in 1998.