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Cameron issues ‘apology’ over Assembly collapse

Outgoing South Antrim MLA Pam Cameron has spoken following Tuesday’s Stormont debate on the Assembly crisis.

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The demolition process has been ongoing at the club in recent days.

Last orders for well-known social club

Time has been called at Ballyclare Sports and Social Club, as the final stages of the demolition process are being reached.

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Odhran Varney.

‘Cherished member of school family’ remembered

Pupils and staff at Hill Croft School held a number of events on Monday, January 16 to remember the life of Odhran Varney (5), who tragically passed away on Christmas Day.

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Mossley Mill.

Name selected for Ballyclare development

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council’s Community Planning and Regeneration Committee selected a name for a new housing development in Ballyclare.

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Lilian Bland pictured at the controls of a plane.

Choral tribute to Newtownabbey’s aviation pioneer

A new choral performance from Brian Irvine celebrates the story of the world’s first woman to design, build and fly a plane – right here in Newtownabbey!

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Cllr Roisin Lynch.

Roisin Lynch to contest South Antrim

Following a South Antrim SDLP constituency meeting, it was announced that the local Antrim Town councillor and current SDLP Vice Chair, Cllr Roisin Lynch, will contest the upcoming election on March 2 as the SDLP candidate for South Antrim.

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Ballot box

Assembly election: Valentine's Day is voting registration deadline

Wondering what steps you need to take to vote in the forthcoming Assembly election? Look no further.

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Museum set to host a fun-filled Castle festival!

Museum set to host a fun-filled Castle festival!

Events and activities for young children and their families will take place in February at Carrickfergus Museum.

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Sick mum and daughter

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

The average mum will fall ill 324 times over their youngster’s childhood with colds and bugs passed on to them by their offspring, a study has found.

Offbeat
Pregnant eating

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Eating for two while pregnant doesn't harm the unborn child, according to new research..

Health
Police investigate after cash and jewellery stolen

Police investigate after cash and jewellery stolen

Police are appealing for information following burglaries from residential properties in the Coolemoyne Park and Cooleen Park areas of Jordanstown.

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A baby crying

Would you stick needles in your baby to stop it crying?

Acupuncture may stop babies suffering from colic from crying too much, according to new research.

Health
Jean Caldwell (far right) whose husband Cecil was killled at Teebane, stands arm in arm with family members at the service to mark the 20th anniversary of the atrocity.

PSNI decline to release mugshot 25 years after Teebane Massacre

A woman whose husband was killed in the Teebane massacre has slammed the PSNI for still refusing to release images of a key suspect - 25 years today after the attack.

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The Director of Public Prosecutions, Barra McGrory QC

‘McGrory must call PSNI to reopen Teebane file’

A relative of one of the men killed at Teebane has expressed anger at what he sees as a one-sided investigation of Northern Ireland’s Troubles.

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Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard

Cycling ‘greenway’ is ‘golden opportunity’

A working group has been established to further plans for a cycling “greenway” between Greeisland and Monkstown, a council committee has heard.

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Drink driving.

Mid and East Antrim area sees a surge in drink driving detections by PSNI

The Mid and East Antrim area witnessed a significant rise in drink driving detections during the recent winter operation mounted by the PSNI.

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Conor Sheridan.

Conor Sherdian to stand for Alternative Labour Party

Labour Alternative’s Conor Sheridan has announced that he will contest the snap Assembly election in East Antrim to offer “real change from the dead-end politics of sectarianism, inequality and austerity.”

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WDM Bro David Swann, WM Bro Roy Beggs (Jnr), DM Bro Renwick Sharp at the war memorial. Contributed.

Lodge pays tribute to WW1 Orangeman

Members of a local Orange Lodge have paid a poignant tribute to one of their members who made the surpreme sacrifice during the Great War.

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Stewart Dickson hosting  Work Experience student David Balmer.Contributed

Local pupil gets first hand glimpse into the role of a local politician

A local pupil received fascinating insight into the world of Northern Ireland politics during his recent work experience placement.

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Danderball is a great way to increase your levels of physical activity.

Danderball sessions for local residents

Residents aged over 50 are being encouraged to avail of an exciting new programme at the Valley Leisure Centre.

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