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Claims from Banbridge District Council that a new bin collection trial was so successful it is now introducing it across a number of additional bin collection routes, have been met with outrage.
As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network.
The "Game of Thrones" Season 5 filming has been slammed with a major hurdle in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Residents across the district have rubbished Banbridge District Council's plans to extend its new monthly black bin collection service.
A Lisburn salesman has been jailed for 12 months after defrauding a car dealership out of almost 40,000 to fund his gambling addiction.
Police say shots were fired at one of their vehicles in the Bogside in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
A mum set fire to her home while her young sons slept upstairs after a day of drinking and sniffing from gas canisters.
The new 7,500sq. ft training centre was officially opened last week by Northern Ireland Safety Group President, Wilson Lambe MBE.
It's the last journey you will ever take so a Northern Ireland couple are trying to make sure people's funerals get noticed - with customised hearses.
Mr Hamill, a 25-year-old Catholic, was beaten to death by a loyalist mob in Portadown, County Armagh, in 1997.
Translink has said its Enterprise train service to Dublin will not operate beyond Newry on Monday due to a strike by rail workers in the Republic of Ireland.
Ulster Unionist politicians Jo-Anne Dobson MLA and Councillor Marc Woods have described those who broke into Holy Trinity Church of Ireland in Waringstown last week as 'thugs.'
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.
Belfast may seem an unlikely destination for tourists, associated as it is with the Troubles.
Chair of Environmental Services Committee, Councillor Noel McGeown joins Parks Development Officer, Leanne McShane in presenting the parks staff with the four Green Flag Awards for Lurgan Park, Edenvilla Park, Bann Boulevard and Tannaghmore Animal Farm and Gardens.
Large areas of south England and Wales will have up to 15 HOURS of rain as the Met Office warned of a "grey, wet and windy" day.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 08:01 am
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