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Northern Ireland white Christmas odds

Bookmakers believe a white Christmas is more likely to happen in Northern Ireland than it is in other parts of the United Kingdom.

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The mannequin challenge was filmed in Belfast.

WATCH: Tourism Northern Ireland mannequin challenge at Belfast’s Christmas Market

You have to hand it to Tourism Northern Ireland, they really know how to promote Belfast as a travel destination.

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Newtownabbey man ordered to pay £68,357 for producing and selling counterfeit goods

Newtownabbey man ordered to pay £68,357 for producing and selling counterfeit goods

An online trader who was producing and selling counterfeit t-shirts has been ordered to pay £68,357 under the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002 following a hearing at Belfast Crown Court.

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Groups enjoy project funding windfall

Groups enjoy project funding windfall

A number of local groups have recently been awarded funding from the Big Lottery Fund to assist with projects.

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Cllr John Blair.

Disabled toilet provision to be reviewed by council

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council is set to review disabled toilet provision after the issue was raised by Cllr John Blair at the November Community Planning and Regeneration Committee meeting.

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Incinerator body meets minister

Incinerator body meets minister

A group which was set up to highlight community concerns regarding a proposed incinerator in Mallusk has met with the DAERA Minister.

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Elton John (left) and DUP MLA for South Antrim, Trevor Clarke.

Elton John lambasts DUP MLA for not knowing heterosexuals could get HIV and AIDS

World famous entertainer, Elton John, has lambasted a DUP MLA for not knowing heterosexuals can contract HIV and AIDS.

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Floodlighting to be installed at Three Mile Water facility

Floodlighting to be installed at Three Mile Water facility

Funds are set to be released to enable the construction of floodlights as part of the Three Mile Water Park development being organised by Crusaders Football Club.

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Paula Bradley helped to mark the major milestone. INNT 48-825CON

Charity’s special milestone marked

The Long Gallery at Parliament Buildings was the setting for a prestigious event to mark the Cedar Foundation’s 75th anniversary.

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Machinery stolen in Ballyclare

Machinery stolen in Ballyclare

Police are investigating a number of thefts in Ballyclare.

Crime
Vandals targeting local building sites

Vandals targeting local building sites

Police have urged builders to be vigilant after suspicious activity around local building sites in recent weeks.

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Police investigate damage to vehicles

Police investigate damage to vehicles

Police are appealing for information after two vehicles were damaged in the Shore Road area.

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Paint bombs thrown at Ballyclare home

Paint bombs thrown at Ballyclare home

Police are appealing for information following a report of criminal damage at a house in Ballyclare.

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December 1 is World AIDS Day.

World AIDS Day in Northern Ireland

Today is World AIDS Day.

Health
Jonathan Rea. INLT 49-650-CON

Celebrate with Superbike Champion

Complimentary tickets for a celebration event for double World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea will be up for grabs.

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That sickly feeling - beware the winter 'vomiting bug'

Health warning as winter vomiting bug spreads across Northern Ireland

The Public Health Agency (PHA) is making people aware of the presence of the winter vomiting and diarrhoea virus, also known as norovirus, circulating in the community.

Health
Mayor John Scott visits Extern Works in Mallusk. He is pictured with Lewis and Jack service users. INNT 49-453-CON

Mayor raises awareness of homeless clients during visit to Extern Works

Homeless Awareness Week has been marked in Newtownabbey with a visit to Extern Works in Mallusk.

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Lifespans: For most people it is quality of life which counts most.

Women in Antrim and Newtownabbey have UK’s lowest healthy life expectancy

Newly-released figures have revealed that life expectancy and quality vary dramatically between Antrim and Newtownabbey and Mid and East Antrim.

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Good food available in NI

Northern Ireland food experiences to whet the appetite

Tourism Ireland are encouraging local people to enjoy a short break and savour a taste of Northern Ireland’s food experiences.
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Back from left: Des Bonar, Michael McRoberts, Garry Carpenter, Nick Bonar, Paul Bonar, David McKelvey, Gareth Aughey, Marty Colvin and Ced Bonar. Front:Mark Grain, NI Hospice staff nurse Patricia McCabe, and Alan Blaney. INNT 49-451-CON

Family’s charity cycle in memory of father

A family of cyclists who wheeled into action for the Northern Ireland Hospice has raised £30,685 for the cancer charity.

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