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Video: District manager marks 30 years of dedicated service with CAB
Tributes have been paid to the manager of Newtownabbey Citizens Advice Bureau for her 30 years of faithful service to the organisation.
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'We're working to make sure cancer centre is on time in 2016'
Mayor Brenda Stevenson; Dr Susan O'Reilly; Director of the HSE National Cancer Control Programme; Western Trust Chairman, Gerard Guckian and Maeve McLaughlin, Chair of the Assembly Health Committee together planting an Oak Tree to mark a major milestone for the Radiotherapy Unit project at Altnagelvin Hospital.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Crisis talks as tension grows over parades
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny is sending a delegation of senior officials to hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron over rising tensions in Northern Ireland ahead of unionist marches this weekend.
NIE invest in training at Campsie
Northern Ireland Electricity have opened up their first ever dedicated training facility for specialist high-voltage pylon work in Derry.
70% hike in NW job promotion says INI
Invest Northern Ireland promoted 1,085 new jobs in the new Derry-Strabane super council area in 2013/14 - up 70 per cent on the previous 12 month period.
First Belfast to Iceland flight launched
The connection, from Belfast International Airport, will first take off on 12 December and will operate twice a week all year round.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Martin confirmed as new ACC
The former G District Commander Stephen Martin has been formally confirmed as Assistant Chief Constable following his temporary promotion to the post last year.
Lord Rogan remembers heroism of Robert Quigg VC
Speaking in a debate at Westminster on the programme to commemorate the centenary of the beginning of the First World War, Lord Rogan said: "As a young boy growing up in Northern Ireland in the aftermath of the Second World War, my youth was filled with the immediate deeds and sacrifices of service men and women who fought in that conflagration.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
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U.K. Muslims flock to Syria, vow to return only to 'raise black flag' over Downing St.
BEIRUT: Young people in the United Kingdom are continuing to leave their homes abruptly and head for jihadist groups active in Syria and Iraq, British media reports said over the weekend.
Band teams up with bikers to make a difference for kids
Carrick rock band 'Mean Bone' are revving up to Rock Around the North in aid of children s charity Barnardo s NI together with Carrick bikers' club the Quay Vipers MCC.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
NITB Roadshows highlights tourism funding
Judith Webb, Tourism Innovation Fund Manager is pictured with Emma Fletcher, Tourism Innovation Fund Officer at one of the TIF Roadshows held at Todds Leap, Co Tyrone.
Burnley and Pendle Citizen: The issue of parades is a contentious one in Northern Ireland
Unionists have pulled out of the latest political talks in Northern Ireland in protest at a decision to ban a contentious loyal order parade from passing a nationalist community in Belfast.
Digital Heroes: Former winner Gareth McAleese on working with the US Embassy to inspire kids on HTML
Go Berserk teaches kids about the world of websites, has met Microsoft's director and now has two new books in the pipeline Talk Talk Digital Heroes 2013 winner Gareth McAleese founded Go Berserk to inspire primary and secondary school children to make their own websites, with self-made tutorials and books on how to use HTML and CSS code.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Travel: Brushing up on one's roots
Dave Pattison stands at the tenement block where his great-grandparents Robert and Agnes lived in Scotland before in 1909 heading for the United States.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Aberystwyth pull Man United's pants down AGAIN over Europe omission
They're at it again! Aberystwyth Town have taken another cheeky swipe at Manchester United as the Welsh side prepare for their Europa League qualifier against Derry City.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
GoT puts Northern Ireland on the map
The Queen sets her eyes on the Iron Throne - said to be forged from a thousand blades for the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Eco celebrations at Bridge Integrated
David Manning Tanya Davis Ian Humphreys Sarah, Finn and Caitlin receiving first place ECO Energy Project of the year plaque.
Major new tourism initiative for Tyrone and Sperrins
Alan Clarke Chief Executive of Northern Ireland Tourist Board pictured with the Chairman of the Joint Committee for Tyrone and Sperrins Cllr Sean Clarke with Councillors and Officers from Cookstown, Dungannon, Omagh, Strabane and Derry City Council.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Minister pledges cash for new school build
Education Minister John O'Dowd has announced that the borough's proposed new post-primary school is to get a new building.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Debate takes a turn to federalism
Murdo Fraser has always been one of the most radical and interesting thinkers in the Scottish Conservative Party and he should prove it again today with a speech in Glasgow in which he will set out a vision of Scotland as part of a federal United Kingdom.