Ballycastle, Northern Ireland Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Georgian architecture key to Britain's best places to liveRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2017 | Daily Mail

    The Great British public are keen on Georgian architecture and a nearby Waitrose when it comes to where they want to live. A study of the nation's favourite locations has revealed supermarkets and history are crucial factors in setting up a home somewhere.

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  2. Marine to hold Food fairRead the original story

    Mar 10, 2017 | Coleraine Today

    Over 300 people attended the 2016 Gluten Free Open Day at Marine Hotel, Ballycastle. This April will see some of the biggest brands in gluten free food production return to the Marine Hotel, for another food fair, organised by Gluten Free Ireland, Northern Ireland s largest online community for sufferers of Coeliac disease.

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  3. Ballycastle and Portstewart among Sunday Times 'Best Places to Live in Britain'Read the original story

    Mar 9, 2017 | Coleraine Today

    The accolade comes in part one of The Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide, which is published on Sunday . The annual supplements combine data and statistics such as crime rates, house prices and school performance with the local knowledge and expertise of writers to compile top locations to make your home.

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  4. Home Ground returns to BBC with local presenterRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    Following on from the success of the first series, Home Ground is back on Monday, March 20 at 7.30pm. Produced by Below the Radar for BBC Northern Ireland, the series sees the return of presenters Jo Scott, Gavin Andrews and reporter Ruth Sanderson out and about right across Northern Ireland, celebrating the richness of rural life.

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  5. David connects local communitiesRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    Disconnected communities cost Northern Ireland 1.69 billion per year, according to a new study commissioned by Eden Project Communities and The Big Lunch. According to the research, which was carried out by leading economics consultancy the Centre of Economics and Business Research , neighbourliness has substantial economic benefits to UK society, representing an annual saving of A 1.73 billion per year.

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  6. Ballot box makes choppy journey to Northern Ireland remotest polling stationRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2017 | Belfast Today

    Senior presiding officer and polling station manager Teresa McCurdy on Rathlin Island, off the north east coast of Northern Ireland, with the ballot box in which the island's population of just over 100 people will cast their votes during Thursday Assembly election Having journeyed by land and sea the ballot box has now arrived at Northern Ireland's remotest polling station on Rathlin Island. The box was driven to Ballycastle by an official from the Electoral Office on Wednesday morning where it was collected by Rathlin's polling station manager Teresa McCurdy.

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  7. Ballot box makes choppy journey to Northern Ireland's remotest polling stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | The Belfast Telegraph

    Having journeyed by land and sea the ballot box has now arrived at Northern Ireland's remotest polling station on Rathlin Island. Having journeyed by land and sea the ballot box has now arrived at Northern Ireland's remotest polling station on Rathlin Island.

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  8. Grandmother's battle with disease that has already killed her mother, brother and sisterRead the original story

    Feb 23, 2017 | Metro UK News

    The 65-year-old had already seen pulmonary fibrosis take the life of her mother and brother, and was now faced with the prospect of losing another sibling shortly after Christmas. 'I was sat with her all night; when she woke up, I asked if she wanted a drink' the retired nurse told metro.co.uk.

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  9. TRAVEL: An enchanting north coast retreat for a lifestyle detoxRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2017 | Belfast Today

    Spending quality time with loved ones means different things to different people, but there is something particularly magical about the detoxifying experience of time spent at this secluded retreat on the spectacular north Antrim coast. The gate lodge at Magherintemple, Ballycastle has been tastefully and authentically restored to retain all of its original charm but with the benefit of life's modern luxuries, and is operated by the Irish Landmark Trust as a beautifully quaint, self-catering holiday home sleeping up to four people.

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  10. Businesses 'named and shamed' for under-paying staffRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    More than 350 employers have been named and shamed in the largest ever list of national minimum and living wage offenders. Locally, the list includes McHenry's Central Bar Ltd, Ballycastle, which failed to pay 330.24 to one worker and Charmaine V Doherty, trading as Causeway Coach Hire, Ballymoney, which failed to pay 1,307.50 to 10 workers.

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  11. Shock after pedestrian dies in Ballycastle road accidentRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2017 | Coleraine Today

    The scene of a fatal RTC on the Ramoan Road Ballycastle, a woman was knocked down by a car shortly before 5pm this evening. Police have confirmed that a woman, aged in her 50s, has died following a one vehicle road accident on the Ramoan Road in Ballycastle.

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  12. Teacher stars in national campaignRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    Anne Marie Fitzpatrick, a teacher at St.Patrick's and St.Brigid's Primary will star in the new campaign to attract more people into the project. To be included in the marketing campaign she travelled to London last month to take part in a photo and video shoot.

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  13. Hurling Leagues: Injured Neil McManus set to miss Antrim's three opening gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | Newsday

    Antrim's hopes of Hurling League promotion have suffered a blow after star forward Neil McManus sustained a broken cheekbone which is likely to rule him out for at least three games. McManus also expects to be ruled out of Antrim's second match away to Carlow on 19 February and is not hopeful about playing in the contest against Kildare at Ballycastle on 5 March.

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  14. Straidbilly win Schools' QuizRead the original story

    Feb 1, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    Angus Graham, Larissa Fleck, Lewis Fullerton and Ellie Smyth from Straidbilly Primary School won the annual Credit Union Schools' Quiz held in Ramoan Parish centre, Ballycastle on Friday, January 24. They now proceed to the regional finals in February with hopes of qualifying for the national finals in Dublin. Teams from Ballycastle Integrated PS, St Patrick's and St Brigid's PS, Ballycastle, Barnish PS, Gailscoil an Chaistil PS, Ballycastle, St Patrick's P S, Glenariff, St Olcan's PS, Armoy and St Mary's, Cushendall also enjoyed the event.

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  15. Special service honours for 28 Leabank staffRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    Staff members at the family-run Macklin Care Homes have been honoured for their tireless work and dedication to the care of their residents over the last 30 years. Over 100 employees from five nursing homes within the group, including 28 from Ballycastle, were recognised for their contribution to the care of 267 residents at an anniversary event at the Lodge Hotel in Coleraine.

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  16. Generous donation to charityRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    An additional 858.75 was raised for MND NI from Santa's Pony Parade Ballycastle, an annual parade and street collection organised by the local horse-riding community. Nigel Gray, Retail Director, Nisa Retail recently met with Stephen Thompson, representative of the Motor Neurone Disease Association to present a generous donation towards the charity's work supporting and advocating for patients in the region.

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  17. Ballyvoy man allegedly 'a devil' with drink, court toldRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    A wife claimed her husband is ok when sober but "a devil" with drink, a police officer told a court. A police officer said the comment was made by the woman regarding Thomas Graham of Fairhead Road, Ballyvoy, who appeared at Coleraine Magistrates Court on January 16 charged with a breach of a Non-Molestation Order on December 10 last year.

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  18. Ballvoy man allegedly 'a devil' with drink, court toldRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    A wife claimed her husband is ok when sober but "a devil" with drink, a police officer told a court. A police officer said the comment was made by the woman regarding Thomas Graham of Fairhead Road, Ballyvoy, who appeared at Coleraine Magistrates Court on January 16 charged with a breach of a Non-Molestation Order on December 10 last year.

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  19. Snow has arrived in north Antrim - but is it snowing where you are?Read the original story

    Jan 12, 2017 | Belfast Today

    The snow has arrived after the Met Office issued yellow "be aware" weather warnings for wind and snow across Northern Ireland. Local councillors are urging residents not to make unnecessary journeys, as driving conditions continue to be treacherous due to ice and snow.

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  20. Landslide closes Ballycastle RoadRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2017 | Ballymoney Today

    A landslide has forced the closure of the Moyarget Road in Ballycastle as contractors step in to remove the debris which covered the entire route. The closure comes as the MET Office warned that tomorrow will be "very cold with strong to gale westerly winds bringing frequent blustery, wintry showers" leading to snow on higher grounds tomorrow .

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