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North coast feels the brunt of strong winds
Portstewart felt the full brunt of the weather conditions. One of our readers, Dr Therese Charles kindly sent us in this video of the scene in Portstewart this morning.
Ferries stranded and homes left in dark
Severe gales and heavy seas battered Portstewart on the north coast of Northern Ireland on Thursday.
The Irish World Newspaper
After leaving his native Portstewart in Northern Ireland 25 years ago, the comedian Jimeoin has made a name for himself down under with his cheeky and surreal style that often plays on the things in everyday life that everyone is familiar with but no one has observed with such hilarity as Jimeoin.
Get ready for a room full of jokes
Jimeoin is waiting for a transfer in Birmingham airport after a 26-hour flight from Australia when I call him to discuss his latest visit to Londonderry.
Santa all set to light up the Borough's towns
Mayori 1 2"s little helpers, as they prepare to switch on Christmas Lights in Coleraine on Friday 29th November and Portstewart on Saturday 30th November.
John Cole, a personal view
I was in Tesco this morning when I saw my friend the Guardian veteran Mike White talking on a Sky screen with the sound turned down low.
Remembrance Sunday across the borough
On Sunday, wreaths will be laid by Councillor George Duddy at Portstewart, Councillor Sam Cole in Kilrea, Councillor Adrian McQuillan in Garvagh, Councillor Richard Holmes in Aghadowey, and Councillor William King in Castlerock.