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A man is believed to have been crushed to death between two vehicles at a bicycle company's premises in Doagh.
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Rebecca Di Maio, Clinical Research Manager of Technologies; Ron McMurray of Harryville Partnership Initiative and North Antrim Minister, Robin Swann.
The "Game of Thrones" Season 5 filming has been slammed with a major hurdle in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
A Lisburn salesman has been jailed for 12 months after defrauding a car dealership out of almost 40,000 to fund his gambling addiction.
East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson has voiced concern about "the rising level of rural crime" and especially the theft of machinery locally.
A mum set fire to her home while her young sons slept upstairs after a day of drinking and sniffing from gas canisters.
Exploring in the hunt for bugs and mini beasts, building hedgehog homes and bird watching were just some of the activities enjoyed the children taking part in Antrim Borough Council's first ever Biodiversity Summer School.
The new 7,500sq. ft training centre was officially opened last week by Northern Ireland Safety Group President, Wilson Lambe MBE.
At the last confirmation of results, 96 pupils have achieved the target of five A*-C Grades - approximately 70% of the year group, an increase of almost 4% from 2013 and an increase of almost 15% from 2012, demonstrating the rising attainment levels within the school.
The incident was reported on Wednesday night when a flag was stolen and graffiti was sprayed on the house.
TUV leader Jim Allister says that the 'EU's open door immigration policy' is having a massive impact on Northern Ireland.
In the first eight months of this year, the Simon Community in Ballymena have worked with 200 people who have either been made homeless or who are facing the prospect of losing the roof over their heards.
Police have said they are investigating a complaint over an alleged hate speech at the Ardoyne Fleadh community festival in north Belfast.
Ireland is world-renowned for its beauty. The rolling green hills, gorgeous cliffs and coastlines are enough of a reason for anyone to pack their bags and head to the banks of the River Shannon.
This is the final year in which the Housing Executive will meet the 26 councils, as they currently exist, following their establishment in 1973.
Ian Paisley MP has welcomed the news that the Big Lottery Fund have awarded a grant of 676,384 to the Cruse Bereavement Care project.
Angelo's Restaurant, Lisburn's longest running Italian, Steak and Seaford eatery, is celebrating after being nominated by the public to win the title of 'Restaurant of the Year' at this year's Ulster Tatler People of the Year Awards.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:03 am
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