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1 hr ago | Lisburn Today
Families are invited to get involved in a programme of free cycle ride in Banbridge to celebrate the Giro d'Italia, one of the world's great cycling events.
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5 hrs ago | Ballymoney Today
WE'RE IN THE MONEY. Pictured are pupils from Bushmills PS and Nursery Unit, who took part in a 'Penny Trail' during Money Week on Friday.
10 hrs ago | Fermanagh Today
The posts will be filled over the next two years as the Irish producer expands its operations north of the border with the opening of a commercial business support centre.
14 hrs ago | Ballycastle Today
Police in Craigavon are appealing for information after a report of theft at the Mullalelish Road, Portadown on Monday, April 14. At around 10:30am, it was reported that a Silver Ford Focus car was stolen as it was parked in the area.
15 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
During a period of deferment a 40-year-old man managed to stay out of trouble, Craigavon Magistrates Court was told last Wednesday.
17 hrs ago | Dundalk Today
Conor McCaughley Dpty Chairman of the Pastrol Council with Fr Padraig Murphy PP Lordship and Ballymascanlon presenting an Ardagh CHallice to Bishop Gerard Clifford on his retirement from pastrol duties Fr Padraig Murphy PP was the principal celebrant at the Mass while Bishop Gerard Clifford and Fr Patrick Larkin concelebrated.
18 hrs ago | Dromore Today
Belfast city gets a new route to London and a special tribute to Seamus Heaney is unveiled at Dublin airport.
A woman, whose mother was killed in the IRA Poppy Day massacre in 1987, has spoken of the tragedy of losing two brothers in sudden deaths in the space of three months.
Christopher McClean, 18, of Main Street, Gortin is accused of the manslaughter of Darren McBrearty on August 4 last in John Street, Omagh.
Blackmailers claimed to be from the Ulster Volunteer Force as part of attempts to get a businessman to hand over 6,000, the High Court heard today.
A brand new specialist bed department has officially opened at the White House Portrush, marking a significant investment by its parent company Ulster Stores.
Frustrated residents are fed up with continued fly tipping and litter that is polluting the Banbridge countryside at Kiln Lane bridge, and are calling for action to be taken.
Projects in the pipeline include the 300-acre Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Northern Ireland, consisting of a boutique hotel, financial services centre, new retail development, film and media hub and office space, at a total development cost of Dhs6 billion.
Rasharkin Model Flying Club has promised they 'will not be closing their doors' even if the new wind farm cluster substation on the outskirts of the village goes ahead.