Carrick Times

Sunday parades and rally in Belfast city centre

News
Paul Hanna, Molson Coors and Martha Davis, Matties Meeting House, Cairncastle, at the Top 100 Hospitality Business Awards at Titanic Belfast. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.

Raising a glass to hospitality hotspots

Business
Bert McCormick at his shop in Ballyclare

Last waltz at Bert’s music shop in Ballyclare

Business
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Former Unionist MP to launch book of his Fianna Fáíl ‘friend’

News

Police to examine scene of Larne road collision

Crime

Accordion ‘wall of sound’ to round off Carrickfergus event

News

Explore options to avoid housing squeeze, says Co-Ownership chief

News
The Sensata Technologies Schradar factory in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, which has sent all staff home and has announced it will be reducing its workforce by 125 people.  ''Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Technology firm to shed 125 jobs

Business
Sensata's (formerly Schrader) jobs loss announcement is "devastating", according to Unite.

Union: We don’t accept company’s explanation for Carrick job cuts

News
Anna Henry winner of the Insanity Tan Miss Northern Ireland (PressEye)

Everything you need to know about applying for Miss Northern Ireland 2018

Arts

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
Eden Primary School PTA and Domino's pizza Carrickfergus came together to host a school pizza competition which gave pupils the chance to designed their own pizza.  Through hosting this competition the PTA was able to raise �91 towards important funds to be given to school at the end of the year.

Eden Pupils tuck into pizza competition

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