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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
Former Mayor of Clare, Flan Garvey with his new book 'Inside Minds North and South'.

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

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

Arrest made following burglary

Crime

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

Offbeat
Winter driving

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

News
Air Ambulance pictured in the Old Carrick Road area of Newtownabbey.

Man taken to hospital with serious injuries following Newtownabbey collision

Transport

Road closed due to icy conditions

Transport

Police to examine scene of Larne road collision

Crime

Arrest made following burglary

Crime

Police hunt for three male suspects after Carrick burglary

Crime
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Counterfeit money warning

Crime

Hamper surprise for college pupil

Education
Colin Patterson (Vice-Principal, Downshire School), Harry Coulter and Alan Winsby (Co-Chairmen of the Interim Board of Governors), Hedley Webb (Principal, Carrickfergus College) and Michael Graham (Education Authority).  INCT 47-720-CON

Carrickfergus Academy to operate across split site

Education
Principals of Carrickfergus Model PS, Jennifer Miller (right) and Carrickfergus Grammar School, Kieran Mulvenna, joined Model pupils from Primary 5-7 (from left) Stuart Crooks, Jaye Pollock, Evie Coates and Cameron Fitzgerald, and Grammar year eights, Dylan Sproule and Sarah Boyd to help launch the Northern Area Mental Health Initiative.

Mental health awareness training for children and young people

Education

Video: Life at Carrickfergus Central PS

Education
Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Education

Raising a glass to hospitality hotspots

Business
Bert McCormick at his shop in Ballyclare

Last waltz at Bert’s music shop in Ballyclare

Business
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
Les McCracken, managing director of McCue Crafted Fit, presents Lauren Cunningham, Corporate fundraiser from Cancer Fund for Children, with a cheque raised by the company.

Carrick workers help to refurbish ‘Narnia’

Business

Up to four inches of snow expected in parts of Northern Ireland

Environment
The Dark Hedges near Armoy shot to international prominence after featuring in the hit TV series Game of Thrones

Dark Hedges traffic ban ‘must be only start to preserve attraction’

Environment

Red panda snap earns top prize for Carrick photographer

Environment
Best School Gardening Project winner: Kells and Connor PS.

Young talent 'Blooming' across Mid and East Antrim

News

Recruitment day for nurses

Health
An unhappy child

Sharp rise in counselling for sexually exploited children in NI

Offbeat
Ken Carson, from Bangor, who reached out to RNIB for emotional support to help come to terms with his sight loss.

Free emotional support for those affected by sight loss

News
An unhappy child

Hundreds of NI children contact Childline with bullying woes

Offbeat
Megan and her mum, Karen.  INCT 40-746-CON

Carrick teen to undergo surgery abroad

Health