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New homes in NI for dogs rescued from China

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Superintendent Simon Walls, Jenny Pyper of the Utility Regulator and Eddie Lynch, the Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland re-launch Quick Check 101, a scheme to help stop bogus callers. Under the scheme, residents can now phone 101, the police non-emergency number, to check the identity of callers to their home who claim to represent an energy or water network company. The scheme is not only a collaboration between the PSNI and the Utility Regulator, but also includes all of Northern Irelands energy and water network companies - firmus energy, NIE Networks, Northern Ireland Water, Phoenix Natural Gas and SGN Natural Gas. Supported by the Commissioner for Older People, the scheme is being re-launched in a bid to help people feel safer in their homes. Photo by Simon Graham Photography

Initiative aims to help stop bogus callers

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Winter driving

TRAFFIC: 'More work will continue today to keep roads clear'

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TRAFFIC: Driver taken to hospital after two-vehicle crash

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Repair work at Carrick play park ‘delayed’ - council

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Northern Ireland needs 'bridges not borders' - Dickson

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Carrickfergus road 'impassable'

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Helping to deliver grit were East Antrim MLA John Stewart with party colleague, Mid and East Antrim councillor Lindsay Millar.  INCT 03-741-CON

Winter gritting policy 'falls short' says MLA

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WEATHER: How's the snow where you are?

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Winston Pinkerton RSPBANI President. Pic by John Kelly

Touch of Tartan to support BHF

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Country star Lisa McHugh is back on the road again

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Primary school pupils from St MacNissis Primary School have taken part in the worlds biggest wildlife survey.

You can help the Big Bird Watch take wing!

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Stopping for a picture at the Mossley PS Transition Fair.

Mossley Primary packed for Transition Fair

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Young people sought for action-packed Army cadet roles.

Parent power fuels Cadet membership drive

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