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New dementia group to be formed locally

News

Farming Life awards: Entering a worthwhile experience - Thomas Gilpin

Business
A total of 6,189 complaint issues were made in 2016/17.

REVEALED: Total number of complaints made in your health trust area

Health

Road to be closed for resurfacing work

News

REVEALED: Full list of BBC's 96 top earners

Business

Council to probe dog attacks on 87-year-old

News

Williamite army was once spread across local area prior to battle

Offbeat
Don't misuse the '999' number

PSNI warn public 'not to misuse the 999' emergency number

News

Whitehead festival will feature pottery, survival skills and yarn

News

New hourly Londonderry-Belfast rail service follows quadrupling of journeys

Transport
The Mayor, Councillor Paul Reid and Lynda Foy, Countryside officer Mid and East Antrim Borough, unveiling new plans for cycle routes across the borough. INCT 25-798-CON

‘Exciting’ plan to develop Mid and East Antrim cycle network

Transport
Pictured announcing the Translink transport plans are l-r Laura McCaw, Juvenile Captain Portstewart GC, Translink's Sam Todd; Mayor of Causeway Coast & Glens BC,  Joan Baird OBE; Darrell O'Hora European Tour; Aine Kearney TNI; Ian Magee Chief Inspector of Causeway Coast & Glens, and Josh Moffitt from Portstewart GC. Picture by Brian Morrison

Par-fect way to shuttle to the golf!

Business
Outgoing Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, Cllr Audrey Wales MBE gets ready for Bike Week with Irish international cyclist Eileen Burns. INCT 23-750-CON

Family fun cycle evening in Carrickfergus town centre

Transport

PSNI warn public 'not to misuse the 999' emergency number

News
Craigavon Courthouse

Woman banned from keeping animals

Crime
Belfast courts

‘Primary offender’ lodged £2,000 into bank account one week after armed robbery

Crime

Urgent warning over bogus phone calls

Crime

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

Arts
Shirin Murphy, Collections Access Officer at Carrickfergus Museum and Sarah McMurran look at a collection of old Carrick school registers.. Included are Gareth Hamilton, outgoing principal of Sunnylands Primary and Bobby Todd.

Carrick schools make history at museum

Education
East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson.

Wilson to raise new school minibus regulation with Transport Minister

Education
Leah Crooks, who is graduating with a degree in Law and Politics from the School of Law at Queen's University Belfast.

Battle against Crohn’s no barrier for Leah

Education

Farming Life awards: Entering a worthwhile experience - Thomas Gilpin

Business
BBC PRESENTERS - from top left, clockwise, journalist Fiona Bruce, talk show host, Graham Norton, Match of the Day presenter, Gary Lineker and Northern Ireland broadcaster, Stephen Nolan.

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Business
The flip-flops contain a chemical that can cause cancer.

Primark recalls flip-flops containing CANCER-causing chemical

Business

Wilson rubbishes legal challenge to DUP pact

News
Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster and Simon Hamilton address media as talks wound up at Stormont Castle, Belfast, as Foster has said she is disappointed an agreement to restore powersharing has not been reached in Northern Ireland, suggesting a deal will now have to wait until at least the autumn. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday July 4, 2017. See PA story ULSTER Politics. Photo credit should read: David Young/PA Wire

MLAs deserve salaries ‘because they are still working hard’

News
Iman Sheikh Dr Muhammad Al-Hussaini with Pastor James McConnell, outside the latter's trial at Belfast's Laganside Court for a sermon he made about Islam. Dr Al-Hussaini spoke of his "love and concern" for Pastor McConnell as he saw him being grilled in the witness dock.

Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

DPP: Pastor McConnell’s remarks were sufficiently offensive to prosecute

Crime
Parliament Buildings, Stormont.

POLL: Should MLAs continue to receive salaries?

Politics
The East Antrim Ulster Unionist Association garden party was held in Larne on Saturday July 1.

Ulster Unionists hold garden party

News

Dullest and wettest June for five years, warmer than usual

Offbeat
Larne and Inver Primary pupils.

Pupils try their hand at growing ‘monsters’

Education

REVEALED: Total number of complaints made in your health trust area

Health
Kenneth Tweedie and grandson Callum.

Stroke survivor’s family seeks support for charity

Health
Sod cutting on the site of the new Greenisland House.

Plan for Greenisland House nears fruition

Health
MRI scanner - major funding secured

£3.5 million investment for Antrim Area hospital

Health
Cara Walls.

Larne woman ‘did not intend to kill herself’ at mental health facility

Health