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Jobs boost for Kilroot based web business

A Kilroot-based web hosting business in Carrick is recruiting three new members of staff in a bid to boost its export sales .

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Alderman Maureen Morrow. INCT 03-652-CON

Business breakfast seminar invitation

A free business breakfast seminar will take place at Willowbank Business Park, Millbrook, on Friday January 27, at 8.30 am.

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Pictured with the Minister as he announced plans for a Mid and East Antrim Job Fair on 2 February are (L-R): Julie Gorman, ICTU; John Allen, Unite the Union; Debbie Rea, Blaney; Mayor Cllr Audrey Wales MBE; and Joan Connolly,  Jobs & Benefits Office.

Mid and East Antrim jobs fair

Ballymena is to play host to a major Job Fair and Advice Forum next month.

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Some Doritos lightly salted crisps could be harmful to people with an intolerance or allergy to wheat/gluten or soya.

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

The owners of popular crisp brand. Doritos, is recalling some products after it was revealed they could pose a health risk.

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Money

Five really easy ways to end up with more money in 2017

January may be a tight month, but it is also one where you can take a few simple steps to have a better financial start to the year.

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Streaming services such as netflix and Amazon Prime have made it easier to bingewatch than ever. Shutterstock

Half of us happy to binge watch

Whether you gorge on Game of Thrones or are glued to Breaking Bad, we have become a nation of box set addicts with half of Brits (50 per cent) happy to watch between two and four one-hour episodes of a TV show in one go.

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Beauty tips

Five gadgets to modernize your beauty routine

The future of beauty is here.
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Local planners show rest a clean pair of heels

Local planners show rest a clean pair of heels

Mid & East Antrim Council’s planners have raced ahead of the rest when compared to all other councils on local applications.

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Trying to get off to sleep

Parents turn to tech for extra 1hour 30 mins sleep per night

Parents across the UK are damaging their children’s sleep patterns by relying on technology to get them off to sleep, a new report has found.

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turkeys

How your Christmas turkey arrives already stuffed – with antibiotics

You may consider the turkey to be a traditional part of your Christmas celebrations. But however you cook it, something about this festive bird is changing – it’s getting fatter.

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These products are being recalled by Lidl.

Paint thinner chemical found in Lidl gravy

Unsafe levels of a paint thinner chemical have been found in gravy granules sold at Lidl, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has revealed.

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Eating trendy shoots or microgreens favoured by celebrity chefs such as Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal can help prevent heart disease, according to new research.

Trendy red cabbage good for the heart

Eating trendy shoots or microgreens favoured by celebrity chefs such as Raymond Blanc and Heston Blumenthal can help prevent heart disease, according to new research.

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Motorists to expect traffic disruption

Motorists to expect traffic disruption

Police are advising motorists of possible traffic disruption in Carrickfergus today.

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Arlene Foster and Jonathan Bell

Foster: Bell has crossed the line with DUP

Arlene Foster has defended her credibility in the wake of the renewable heat scandal, and said that senior colleague Jonathan Bell has “stepped outside” the party’s boundaries by giving an interview on the subject.

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Out shopping

UK shoppers set to spend £20.6 Bn on Christmas food and groceries

UK shoppers are set to spend a bumper £20.6 billion on food and groceries this Christmas, according to figures released today.

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The DUP's Jonathan Bell

Top DUP man breaks ranks over renewable heat scandal

A senior member of the DUP has spoken out over the handling of the botched and costly Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) – and has indicated that his political career could now be at an end as a result.

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Post Office

Minimal disruption for Post Office users this Christmas

The Post Office is confident it’ll be Christmas as usual after strikes called for the 19th and 20th December will be met with robust contingency plans to minimise any festive disruption.

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A Christmas dinner

REVEALED: Which supermarket is best value for your Christmas dinner?

While many like to moan that the cost of Christmas seems to go up every year, the truth may be exactly the opposite.

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Are you heading to your Christmas party this weekend?

Nine things NOT to do at your work Christmas party

If you're getting your gladrags on next weekend for the Christmas party, make sure you don't wake up filled with regret the following day.
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Ballymena Town Hall. Editorial image.

‘Superpowers’ debate divides councillors

It was a case of DUP versus ‘the rest’ when Mid and East Antrim Councillors debated the decision not to devolve so-called ‘superpowers’ to ‘supercouncils’.

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