This week’s paper

This week's front page.
This week's front page.

Council to seek meeting with NI Water and environmental campaigners about Woodburn drilling and concerns over drinking water supply.

Council decision means no funding for Easter Rising commemoration events

Work gets under way on new multi-use games area in Rathcoole

I’m hardly like a racist, claims under-fire East Antrim MP

Councillor gets his hands on champ’s gloves after title win

£1.5m investment brings 20 new jobs to Ballyclare

Police seize £35k worth of suspected illegal drugs

Glengormley student on the run for cancer charity

Ballyclare woman is crowned Asda’s ‘Super-Mum’

Plans in pipeline for 130 more spaces at Mossley West park and ride

RIR soldier helping to keep the peace in Cyprus

Burglars target pensioners’ homes in Carnmoney and Glengormley

Society thanks Dublin-based genealogist for generous gift

New Mossley community worker quits PUP

Ballyclare firm secures major export deal with Dubai Duty Free

Phone service offering a lifeline to vulnerable residents

Trocaire employee says campaign is helping Kenyan farmers

Health trust sites going smoke free from March 9

In pictures: Hill Croft School celebrates 50th anniversary; Early Years book launch; BallyNATure Day; Burnside senior citizens’ lunch; NI Accordion Championships

And in sport...

Football: Comrades hoping to go on winning run in bid to avoid the drop

Ballynure Old Boys drop to third place; 18th Newtownabbey see off Bangor

Boxing: Former Glengormley High pupil on top of the world

Motorsport: Rea off to dream start as he bids to defend Superbikes title

Rugby: Ballyclare move up to third in table; High School’s Trophy dream comes to an end; Lutton extends contract at Ulster

Athletics: Harriers excel in races north and south of the border

Hockey: Convincing win for Ballyclare Ladies; Ulster Elks ‘unstoppable’ against UCD