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1 hr ago | Dromore Today
David Simpson MP welcomed the Ulster Scots Agency to Westminster with Banbridge girl Alison Davis showing off the new Causeway Tartan at the heart of the Houses of Parliament.
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6 hrs ago | Lisburn Today
Pictured at the new Boys' Brigade Headquarters site in Hillsborough are Alderman James Tinsley, Chairman of the Planning Committee; Mr Jonathan Gracey, Director of the Boys' Brigade in Northern Ireland; Mr Paul McAteer, Assistant Director Environmental Services and Councillor Uel Mackin, Vice-Chairman of the Planning Committee.
9 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
The nature of remarks made by a Lurgan man to police were so offensive that they passed the custody threshold, Craigavon Magistrates Court heard last Wednesday.
12 hrs ago | Banbridge Today
Mrs Linda Mary Maureen McCandless died at her home Whyte of Mourne, 113 Dromore Road, Banbridge on Saturday February 22. Linda was the dearly loved wife of Joe, loving mum of Jacqueline, mother-in-law of Peter and nanny of Andrew.
16 hrs ago | Ballycastle Today
David Mehaffeyn SRC chairman, and two of his former school principals Mr David Gillespie, Tandragee junior High School, and Mr David Mehaffey, Craigavon Senior High School.INLM1212-151con Craigavon Senior High principal David Mehaffey has said the school is "working hard" to improve absenteeism after it was named as one of the province's worst ... (more)
Former US President Bill Clinton has urged the people of Northern Ireland to "finish the job" of peace-building, during his visit to Londonderry.
The future of the town's existing cinema could be under threat with plans for an eight screen cinema at The Outlet Retail Park.
The case was due to go to trial this week but Craigavon Crown Court heard on Tuesday afternoon that pleas were to be entered.
A Portadown man was banned from driving for a year last Friday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for being in charge of a car while unfit through drugs.
SDLP founder and past leader John Hume has said former US President Bill Clinton's visit to Londonderry is an "incredible honour" for the city.
Coleraine Borough Council's outgoing Chief Executive, Roger Wilson was in the spotlight at his final meeting last Tuesday night.
The discovery of a suspected illegal animal slaughterhouse in south Armagh has raised further concerns that stolen cattle could be involved in illicit food processing operations.
Seamus Heaney, his wife and daughter were relaxing watching television at their home near Warrenpoint in Co Down on Sunday night when a four strong gang burst in.
Top secret plans from the Cold War era have emerged of contingency measures which were considered should Belfast be hit by an atomic bomb, with emergency bread provision among the top priorities.
A judge has told a court a male nurse launched what he described as an "absolutely horrific" sex attack on a vulnerable patient.
THE quality of stroke care provided at Colchester General Hospital is the second best in the country, a survey has found.
Health Minister Edwin Poots and Director of Belfast Central Mission Brian Burns at Stormont, look at the plans for Copelands, a new dementia and nursing care home in Millisle, Co Down.