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  1. Michelin gives lesson in manufacturingRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Ballymena Today

    Slemish College Year 11 Technology students who visited Michelin Ballymena last week as part of the ?? Manufacturing project. Included is Michelin Ballymena plant manager John Milstead.

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  2. HOCKEY: Selection headache for Lisnagarvey coach Mark MurrayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fermanagh Today

    It's an issue relating to schoolgirls but nothing to do with the ongoing saga relating to their availability for the extended Irish Hockey League that is due to come into force next season. Three of the Garvey girls are on school trips as it's the Hallowe'en break and the trio will therefore miss the game at Deramore.

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  3. Jewel in town's tourist crown 'being blighted'Read the original story

    Thursday | Antrim Today

    They may have received numerous awards over the past couple of year but Antrim's Castle Gardens are being blighted by anti-social behaviour, a local councillor has warned. Adrian Watson said that despite Antrim Council taking a zero tolerance attitude towards on-street drinking, the courts need to start imposing stiffer penalties for those caught to create a deterrent to others.

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  4. Randalstown and Antrim scoop Best Kept awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Antrim Today

    Pictured : Doreen Muskett MBE, Chair of the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, The Mayor of Antrim, Councillor Brian Graham, Geraldine Girvan, Antrim Borough Council, Christine Doherty, Eileen Warwick, Ruth Hutchinson and Colin McElrath, Antrim Borough Council. The prestigious awards were collected by local representatives at the ceremony, which was held in Banbridge District Council's offices.

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  5. Council urged to sort out Gobbins management issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Larne Today

    Calls have been made for Larne Borough Council to urgently put in place management arrangements for the Gobbins cliff path, as the long-awaited flagship project nears completion. The multi- million pound attraction - which is expected to open around the start of March next year - will be the jewel in local authority's crown.

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  6. No name change for new super councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Antrim Today

    A council committee has recommended that the new super council should continue to use the name 'Antrim and Newtownabbey District Council'. Governance Committee members considered a number of options at their meeting on October 2, but agreed that the current name was the "strongest and most appropriate choice to move into the new era with."

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  7. Recognition for local oil clubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Antrim Today

    Included in the photo are, from left to right: Rev William McCrea; Mandy Girvan Presiding Councillor, Antrim and Newtownabbey District Council; Mayor of Antrim, Councillor Brian Graham; Mayor of Newtownabbey, Alderman Thomas Hogg; Professor Christine Liddell, University of Ulster; Anne McCready, McCready, Donnelly, Lowry Ltd; Alison Briggs, Health and Well-being Manager, Antrim Borough Council; Wendy Brolly, Principal Environmental Health Officer, Newtownabbey Borough Council. Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Councils celebrated the success of local oil clubs at an event held recently in Mossley Mill.

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  8. VIDEO: Paisley left his party and church on a high, son tells packed Ulster HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Fermanagh Today

    Ian Paisley left both the DUP and his church when they were at their "pinnacle", his memorial service was told. In contrast to his intensely private funeral, the former First Minister's sons and widow took to the stage in a public symbol of thanksgiving for his life on Sunday.

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  9. Family pays tribute to Ian PaisleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | UTV

    Ian Paisley's family have paid tribute to him during a memorial service for the former First Minister and DUP leader at Belfast's Ulster Hall. Sunday's event was a bigger service for those wishing to pay their respects as his funeral was held privately last month.

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  10. A painting in the order of service at the memorial service of Ian Paisley at Ulster Hall, BelfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | This is Oxfordshire

    It was the scene of some of his biggest and most raucous political rallies where Ian Paisley would have whipped crowds of followers into a political frenzy with calls to "smash Sinn Fein" and chants of "no surrender". But there were no flags, bunting or banners at his memorial service in the Ulster Hall.

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  11. Hundreds attend Paisley serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Harrow Times

    Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at the memorial service of former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister Rev Ian Paisley at Ulster Hall, Belfast Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson at the memorial service of former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister Rev Ian Paisley at Ulster Hall, Belfast Relatives and friends stood alongside one-time enemies of the firebrand preacher turned politician during the invitation-only event in Belfast's Ulster Hall. His wife Baroness Eileen Paisley told the audience how her husband, affectionately known as the "Big Man", had loved life.

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  12. Rev. Ian Paisley: Belfast pays final respects to its firebrand peacemakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The Independent

    Belfast-born David McKittrick has been reporting on Northern Ireland since 1971, He has written for the East Antrim Times, the Irish Times and was The Independent's Irish correspondent for many years. He is the author of several books including Making Sense of the Troubles and Lost Lives .

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  13. UUP prepared for DUP Westminster pactRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | UTV

    Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has said his party is prepared for a pact with the DUP in next year's general election. During Saturday's annual party conference, Mr Nesbitt said there was a real danger of Belfast having no unionist representation in the House of Commons following the DUP losing their east Belfast seat in the last Westminster election.

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  14. Memorial Service taking place for Ian PaisleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | RTE.ie

    A memorial service is being held in Belfast today for the former Northern Ireland First Minister and founder of the Democratic Unionist Party, Dr Ian Paisley. Northern Ireland's First and Deputy First Ministers, Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness and the leaders of the main parties at Stormont, as well as the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Theresa Villiers are among those invited to the service.

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  15. Memorial Service to be held for Ian PaisleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | RTE.ie

    A memorial service is to be held in Belfast today for the former Northern Ireland First Minister and founder of the Democratic Unionist Party, Dr Ian Paisley. Born in Ballymena in Co Antrim in 1926, he co-founded Northern Ireland's first Free Presbyterian Church in 1951.

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  16. Esther Rantzen's Isle of Wight memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Isle of Wight County Press

    FORMER That's Life presenter and founder of the children's charity Childline, Esther Rantzen, will be reliving her childhood holiday memories of the Isle of Wight in a new BBC series. Holiday of My Lifetime , which starts on Monday on BBC1, is in three parts, with the second episode featuring Esther as she packs her bags for the Isle of Wight to go rock pooling and visit Island attractions.

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  17. Spies, Lies and Bravery - The life and death of Jack Bishop, Royal Navy. Chapter TwelveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Worcester News

    The grief was felt by hundreds of families who lost people with the Viknor. Nearly a century later one of the descendants of the lost of the Viknor wrote: "Then came the Great War, and my father, Chief Engineer, Henry Pollard RNR joined the White Star Line's HMS Viknor, a merchant cruiser, on 12 December 1914.She was sunk by enemy action early in 1915 and my father was drowned at sea, his first voyage on her.

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  18. Book Of LifeRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Watersblogged

    Source: www.seattlepi.com --- Wednesday, October 15, 2014Bookended by amusing contemporary segments in which a sassy museum tour guide hosts a group of skeptical school kids, the story concerns the romantic triangle among the free-spirited Maria and her two suitors: While initially joyful to be introduced to the magical world containing all of his ancestors, Manolo is soon chagrined to discover that Maria is not there and sets off to find La Muerta to help him in his quest, stopping first at the Cave of Souls to consult with the Candle Maker who's in charge of The Book of Life.

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  19. Esther Rantzen's Isle of Wight memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Isle of Wight County Press

    FORMER That's Life presenter and founder of the children's charity Childline, Esther Rantzen, will be reliving her childhood holiday memories of the Isle of Wight in a new BBC series. Holiday of My Lifetime , which starts on Monday on BBC1, is in three parts, with the second episode featuring Esther as she packs her bags for the Isle of Wight to go rock pooling and visit Island attractions.

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  20. Ireland v France previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Ananova

    Ireland will be cast in the familiar role of underdogs when they launch their European Championship campaign against France in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. The Irish face matches against the French, Scotland and Wales with a place in the 2016 Four Nations Series as well as automatic qualification for the 2017 World Cup at stake.

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