In this week’s Newtownabbey Times:
Appeal for calm ahead of Glengormley Mini-Twelfth.
Government departments urged to do more to tackle the growing problem of Japanese Knotweed.
Citizens Advice puts millions into locals’ pockets.
Queen bestows birthday honours on four Newtownabbey folk.
Baby killer launches appeal.
And King’s Park Primary School prepares for principal’s departure.
Plus we have a fantastic two-for-one offer on paninis at The Streat.
And in Sport:
Cricketer Paul Stirling’s “no fear” rallying call ahead of Ireland’s one-day international against Australia.
Comrades’ prepare for new season with games against Dunmurry Rec, Larne, Crusaders, UUJ and Ballymena United.
And trophy hat-trick for UUJ’s Kelly.
All this plus lots more in this week’s Newtownabbey Times.