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1 hr ago | Lurgan Today
Female Sports Personality of the Year Alison McClean from Portadown Ladies Bowling Club with Councillor Kieran Corr, CSAC committee member, Edith Jamison, chair of the Craigavon Sports Advisory Council and John Bingham, sports editor of the Lurgan Mail.
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4 hrs ago | Derry Today
Pictured at the launch of a new free Christmas town centre shuttle bus in Strabane, are, from left to right, John Dunleavy, Driver, Translink; Heather Torrens, Project Manager, Strabane District Council; Councillor Ruairi McHugh, Chairman of Strabane District Council; and John Murphy, Inspector, Translink.
Campaigners who are trying to save 300 jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Coleraine, are taking their plea to Downing Street at lunchtime on Wednesday.
POLICE in Ballymoney are investigating the report of criminal damage caused when a brick was thrown through the patio door of a house in Ballybogey just before 3am on Sunday.
The mother of a baby boy who suffered horrifying injuries during his birth at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital has spoken of her heartbreak to UTV.
The Mayor of Coleraine has called for the Westminster government to retain driver vehicle licensing jobs in Northern Ireland and improve the services available at its local offices.
Campaigners who are trying to save 300 jobs at the Driver and Vehicle Agency in Coleraine, County Londonderry, are taking their plea to Downing Street.
A tree surgeon accused of murder has been allowed to vary his bail conditions - but refused permission to go to a Christmas party while his soldier co-accused was refused bail altogether.
JoAnn Falletta will be making her debut with the Orchestra of St Lukes at Carnegie Hall tonight, December 10 in a program that features the music of the "Canadian Mozart", Andre Mathieu, performed by Alain Lefevre.
LARRY and Carmel Lynch receive their Campaigner of the Year award from James Cracknell, Vice President of Headway, the brain injury association.
"Congress is an evidence-free zone," Hillary Clinton joked at the recent Press Ganey conference.
The premium robusta coffee for delivery in January commands over the March futures climbed to a record, signaling tightening supplies as shipments fall from leading producer Vietnam and stockpiles dwindle.
Like them or loathe them, Loyalists Against Democracy will have been around for a year on Tuesday 10 December.
Tributes are paid to the late Nelson Mandela, and a Kalashnikov-type gun is fired at police in north Belfast.