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The Watson family are holding a family fun day at Killeague Church Hall, Coleraine, this Saturday to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
In this week's Lurgan Mail we hear the moving story of baby Annie McCarron who has undergone two major operations since being born with several of her organs on the outside of her body.
Stuart Gawley and Kerry Hawkins from Lisburn who took part in a Summer School were among the 54 people with disabilies who were presented certificates at a graduation ceremony.
Local MLA John McCallister has expressed concern that fly-tipping could dramatically increase in Rathfriland when the town's recycling centre temporarily closes.
The NIHE has listed their programme of work for the next year including maintenance work, kitchen replacements, double glazing and heating installation.
Popular Banbridge nightclub The Coach Inn is set for a major revamp as the new owners put their plans in place.
Republic of Ireland Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan with Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers at Stormont House, Belfast Unionists and Orange Order leaders have urged Theresa Villiers to hold an inquiry to look at issues surrounding the Order's return route in north Belfast, which has been a flashpoint for sectarian ... (more)
Looking at the Charities Aid Foundation World Giving Index since 2010, Ireland consistently features in the top ten most generous countries in the world and is the most generous nation in Europe.
The combined Loyal Orders, including the Orange, Black, Apprentice Boys, Women and Junior sections, will hold a parade in the town on Sunday August 3 at 5.30pm before a church service is held in Seapatrick Parish Church at 6.30pm.
British and Irish Lions captain Willie John McBride and the famous mascot, both of whom will be at the Oliver Turkington Memorial dinner in September.
General view of Bessbrook Pond in Co. Armagh where 68-year-old Oswald Bradley drowned as he attempted to swim to an island in the pond to remove two Irish tricolour flags.
Yesterday the Ulster History Circle unveiled a Blue Plaque at Aghadowey Presbyterian Church in honour of Rev.
Disturbing allegations about young people posted on Facebook pages targeting the Banbridge area, have caused alarm among parents and youth workers.
Lynsey won the senior title at the final in the Seagoe Hotel, Portadown last Thursday and will now go on to represent N Ireland at "Face of Europe and the World" in Disneyland, Paris in October.
A service commemorating the centenary of Britain's entry into the First World War is to be held in Belfast.
The 5.5m redevelopment of The People's Park has been welcomed by the town's inter-church group which says it can "help build bridges of reconciliation in Portadown".
Mayor John Finlay and Her Majesty s Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Joan Christie, OBE, joined representatives from the local Cultural and Heritage Society and the Royal British Legion last Thursday at Council s Civic Headquarters to launch the commemorative event.inbm30-14s The Great War Commemoration event team is now gearing up to host one of the biggest ... (more)
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:54 am
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