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Police investigate ‘hit and run’

Police are appealing for information after a collision in a carpark at the Abbeycentre.

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Man released following shooting arrest

A 29-year-old man arrested yesterday by detectives from the PSNI’s Organised Crime branch investigating a shooting incident in Newtownabbey’s Bawnmore estate has been released unconditionally.

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Man on cocaine ‘binge’ at time of boat club thefts

Man on cocaine ‘binge’ at time of boat club thefts

A man has been given a suspended prison term in connection with thefts from vessels at the Blue Circle Boat Club at Magheramorne.

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Caught ‘sucking diesel’ from lorry

A man caught red-handed sucking diesel from a lorry in Larne has been given a suspended jail sentence after a judge said a strong message had to be sent out to deter others.

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General view of  Bawnmore Drive in Newtownabbey where the attack happened. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye.com

Man arrested in connection with Newtownabbey shooting

Police investigating a shooting incident in the Mill Road area of Newtownabbey have arrested a man.

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Homeowner disturbs burglar at property

Police are appealing for information following an attempted burglary at a house in the Parkmount Road area of Mallusk.

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Police launch investigation after thieves target home

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at an address in the Lynda Avenue area of Jordanstown.

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Armed robbery condemned

Elected representatives have expressed disgust in the wake of an armed robbery in Carnmoney and resulting security alert in New Mossley.

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Bomb squad called to abandoned car used in armed robbery

Bomb squad called to abandoned car used in armed robbery

Detectives are appealing for information following the report of an armed robbery at a house in the Wynnland Park area of Newtownabbey on Tuesday (21 February).

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Boxing Day ‘feud’ teen turned on police and called officer ‘specky’

Boxing Day ‘feud’ teen turned on police and called officer ‘specky’

A teenager was involved in, what was described by a defence barrister as, a “feud” amongst young people in Antrim on Boxing Day last year.

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Pipe bomb attack condemned

Local Assembly election candidates have hit out at those responsible for a pipe bomb attack in the Mill Road area on Saturday, February 18.

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Pipe bomb thrown within ‘densely populated area’

Pipe bomb thrown within ‘densely populated area’

Police are investigating an incident which occurred at the Abbey Business Park in the Mill Road area of Newtownabbey in the early hours of Saturday, February 18.

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Police investigate incident in residential area

Police investigate incident in residential area

Police are appealing for information following the report of an incident at a house in the Elmfield Road area of Glengormley on Friday, February 17.

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A photo of a west Belfast Black Taxi and the advert which the dissident group RNU opposed.

Dissident republicans slammed for attacking public safety campaign

The husband of a woman killed by a scrambler motorbike has hit out at republicans who have pressed to have PSNI posters about the issue removed from west Belfast taxis.

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Police investigate damage in Ballyclare development

Police are appealing for information after criminal damage was caused to a number of properties in a new housing development in Ballyclare.

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PSNI issue cash trap warning after skimming device find

PSNI have issued a warning to Antrim/Newtownabbey residents after a skimming device was found earlier today.
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Police investigate car theft

Police are appealing for information after thieves targeted a property in the Doagh Road area this morning.

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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has apologised for comments about the IRA by one of her party's MSPs.

Nicola Sturgeon ‘sorry’ over IRA ‘freedom fighter’ Tweet

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has apologised to relatives of three Scottish soldiers murdered by the IRA in Belfast after one of her party members described the terror group as “Irish freedom fighters”.

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