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Our Kieran treks Peru for Diabetes UK
Kieran McCartney, who works in the Tesco Portstewart store, recently trekked through Peru as part of the Tesco and Diabetes UK team to help raise awareness and funds for the charity.
Alan's North Coast Tales
Alan Simpson will be making a splash on BBC Radio Ulster as he rolls up his trousers and dips his toes back into radio for a new four-part series celebrating Northern Ireland's north coast.
Portstewart steps get revamp in time for festival
For many the climb from the Promenade seems never ending, but now the area has been transformed, with locals and tourists commenting on the work.
Hugo Duncan brings Radio Ulster show to Portstewart today
From 8.00am Red Sails Ladies Golf Competition at Portstewart Golf Club, for the E.J.Donnelly cup.
Storyteller Randall on his way to area
Portstewart and Coleraine libraries are delighted to be hosting animated and memorable storyteller workshops with Randall Stephen Hall that will entertain, encourage and inspire families participating in this year's Summer Reading Challenge 2014.
Police to step up patrols in Portstewart
Police attended a report of anti-social behaviour at Seahaven Park in Portstewart in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Teenager charged over Portstewart offences
Police arrested and charged a 17 year old man with four offences in connection with recent theft from vehicle incidents in Portstewart.
Home school parents angry over plans
Sarah Dickinson educates her three children at home in Portstewart and is opposed to the proposals to change the way home schooling is monitored Parents in Northern Ireland who want to educate their children at home are angry at new guidance which could see their teaching being monitored by education boards.