Carrick Times

New lease of life for pups rescued from China

News
Laganside Courts.

Three men banned from paedophile hunting activities

Crime
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Counterfeit money warning

Crime
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Organisation gives autistic people 'a platform to be heard'

News

Roads warning as NI temperatures expected to plumet

News

Health and safety of Blackhead path users ‘paramount’

News

'Joint operation' sees 41 cars clamped in Carrick

News
Belfast Lough Sailability representatives with the award picked up at the National Sailability Conference.

Carrickfergus sailing volunteers hailed at national event

News

IN PICTURES: Northern Ireland’s top 20 parking fine hotspots revealed

Offbeat

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Grand Opera House Summer Youth Project

Theatre and Comedy
TV Licensing

Winter Olympics TV licensing reminder for sports fans

Arts
The glorious Ballygally Castle Hotel

Are you Northern Ireland’s most romantic couple?

Lifestyle

Staff Nursing Care Awards nominations

Lifestyle
Mid and East Antrim for Older Peoples Groups. Mid and East Antrim Agewell Partnership have secured funding of over �80,000 through the Peace IV Programme to create fun activity sessions throughout 2018/2019 which will bring older people from all over the council area together in new friendships. Pictured here is Fred Berry from one of the borough's many community groups - Carrickfergus Men's Shed. (Submitted Pictrure).

£80,000 funding boost for older people in Mid & East Antrim

Lifestyle
Mayor, Councillor Paul Hamill cuts the sod at Antrim Lough Shore Park to mark the commencement of work on the new play park

New Play Park at Antrim Lough Shore

Lifestyle