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Danderball sessions for local residents

News
Michele Shirlow, CEO of Food NI, Cllr John Scott and Katy Best, Commercial and Marketing Director at George Best Belfast City Airport, pictured at the launch of the competition.

Council teams up with Belfast City Airport and Food NI for exciting competition

Business
Deirdre Givans.

Church to help jobless get ready for work

Business

Armed man attempts to rob cash-in-transit personnel

Crime

Andrew praised for top A Level mark in Northern Ireland

Education

Workshop for local sports clubs to be held

News

Categories are unveiled for new Antrim Town business awards

Business

Praise for ‘heroes’ who saved distressed man’s life

News

Ulster-Scots storytellers sought

News

Police investigate damage to car

Crime

Pupils to compete in road safety quiz

Transport
Cars were parked on the footpaths around Ballyclare High School. INNT 02-823CON

School ‘understands residents’ frustration’ after parking problems

Transport

Police investigate RTC

Crime
Sinn F�in councillors Michael Goodman and Anne Marie Logue pictured at the start of works for a pedestrian island on Mayfield Link. INNT 01-828CON

New road safety measures being constructed

Transport
Lorry being removed from the M2

M2 re-opened in both directions after lorry fire

News

Armed man attempts to rob cash-in-transit personnel

Crime

Police investigate damage to car

Crime
Police have appealed for information after a collision near Holywood

Thieves target rural property

Crime
Ian McCrea beside the Teebane Memorial after vandals targeted it with paint in 2016.

No answers on Teebane 25 years on

News

Andrew praised for top A Level mark in Northern Ireland

Education
A little genius

Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Lifestyle
Newtownabbey Road Safety Committee will be hosting its annual Inter Primary Schools Quiz in Mossley Mill on Monday, January 23. INNT 02-819CON

Pupils to compete in road safety quiz

Transport
Cars were parked on the footpaths around Ballyclare High School. INNT 02-823CON

School ‘understands residents’ frustration’ after parking problems

Transport
The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Cllr John Scott launched the WorldHost Food Ambassador Programme with Daniel Harvey (Daniels at Tweedies), Louise McKinstry (Tourism NI) and Danny Kinahan MP. INNT 02-820CON

Training course available to tourist industry staff

Business

Council teams up with Belfast City Airport and Food NI for exciting competition

Business
Deirdre Givans.

Church to help jobless get ready for work

Business
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Categories are unveiled for new Antrim Town business awards

Business
Newtownabbey Road Safety Committee will be hosting its annual Inter Primary Schools Quiz in Mossley Mill on Monday, January 23. INNT 02-819CON

Pupils to compete in road safety quiz

Transport

Workshop for local sports clubs to be held

News
Alliance MLA Stewart Dickson.

Tenants may be spared ‘bedroom tax’

News
Bruslee Recycling and Civic Amenity Site already operates on a Sunday.

Sunday opening debate over council facilities

News

Martin McGuinness: Why I’m stepping down

News
Cars were parked on the footpaths around Ballyclare High School. INNT 02-823CON

School ‘understands residents’ frustration’ after parking problems

Transport

Help stop ‘black market flesh dealers’ shooting deer in Clogher Valley

Crime
Litter is a major issue for residents in rural areas. INNT 49-808CON

Council ‘should make example of litter louts’

Environment
Joining forces -  Michael McKinstry (Chief Executive, Phoenix), Ronan Larkin (Director, NI Water), Nicholas Tarrant (Managing Director, NIE Networks) and Mairead Meyer (Managing Director, BT).

Utility companies join forces for winter

News

Group offering weight loss help to residents

Health
One too many

Drinking to forget doesn’t work

Health
Sean Mullan and sister Eileen have encouraged more people to join the organ donor register

Brother’s ‘mind blowing’ experience after donating kidney to sister

Health

Figures show strain on Northern Ireland Ambulance Service

Health
Some Doritos lightly salted crisps could be harmful to people with an intolerance or allergy to wheat/gluten or soya.

Health risk forces Doritos to recall crisps

Business