A CELEBRATION of the heritage and wildlife of the hedgerow will be held at Eden allotment gardens on Wednesday 22 May (7.00pm).
AROUND 40 children and adults took part in a sponsored walk on Saturday to raise funds for children’s’ charity Stand by Me.
CARRICKFERGUS Junior Gateway Club is holding a six-mile sponsored walk on Saturday to fund equipment for a sensory room.
Carrick pupils will have the chance to show how proud they are of their local area in a national competition.
WOODLAWN Primary School pupils will enjoy an insight tomorrow (Friday) into one of the summer’s top sport occasions.
Catholics in Northern Ireland are more likely to be unemployed or living in overcrowded conditions with worse health than Protestants, census figures reveal.
Overseas junkets for Government ministers cost Northern Ireland taxpayers more than £350,000 in the past year, official figures have revealed.
A seriously ill patient has died after his ambulance was in a crash with a car on its way to hospital in Northern Ireland, police said.
One in eight people in Northern Ireland provided unpaid care for a loved one, census figures showed.
An 18-year-old man has been shot in both legs during a paramilitary punishment attack in north Belfast.
The average house price in East Antrim is now £107,172, according to a new survey.
a Carrick store will be teaming up with a new local charity partner for 2013/14.
PUPILS at Carrickfergus College have held a special assembly to present progress files to the outgoing Year 12 group.
VACANT buildings will be given a makeover under a new £1.7million regeneration proposal for Carrick town centre.
A PARK ‘n’ ride facility for commuters at Ballycarry could be key to securing the continuation of rail services between Larne and Whitehead, the Larne Line Passenger Group (LLPG) has urged.
THE announcement of more than 100 new jobs for the Dungannon area by food processing company, Linden Foods, has been welcome news for the area in the same week that the latest government statistics reveal the rate of unemployment locally has fallen by just over two per cent.
MOSSIDE Rising Sons of Ulster Accordion Band will hold their annual parade in Mosside on Wednesday, June 26th.
A REUNION for former pupils of Dunluce School in Bushmills who attended between 1982 and 1986 will be held in the Playhouse in Portrush this Saturday (May 4th).
THE Women’s Section of the Ballymoney branch of the Royal British Legion are holding a table quiz in the Clubrooms on Thursday, May 16 at 8pm.
The restoration of the Ulster Canal has been given the go-ahead by planners.
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Weather for Carrick
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 7 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: South east