This week’s paper

This week's front page.

This week's front page.

Newtownabbey principal warns that many local schools could be forced into ‘spiral of debt’.

Glowing tributes to Citizens Advice district manager following her retirement after 32 years

Police investigate suspicious approach to children in Burnside

Rathcoole woman convicted of £43k benefit fraud

Public invited to birthday bash at Hazelbank to mark monarch’s milestone

Crematorium plan: Council in talks with potential private sector partners

Straid church celebrates bicentenary and 200 years of Christian witness

Funding on offer for community groups in rural areas

Land to be fenced off in bid to stop fly-tipping near Ballyclare Cemetery

Ballyclare business raises funds for Amy’s aid work in Kenya

Pets at Home offering free party workshops

Council clears up confusion over future of its Mossley Mill headquarters

Council urges community groups to spring into action for BIG clean up

Business: Success for Mallusk food distribution firm; Environmental Street Furniture makes awards shortlist

Election 2016: Four pages of coverage as candidates hit the campaign trail

In pictures: Hazelwood IPS pupils learn about Easter Rising; Big turnout at Dunanney Centre for CAB manager’s retirement lunch

And in sport...

Jordanstown’s Andy Reid celebrates British Supersport victory

Hughes hails ‘marvellous month’ as Reds prepare for return to league action

One way traffic as Ballynure OB make semi-finals; Nine-man Comrades lose out against Institute; Matches abandoned at 18th and Nortel

Ballyclare Lions to host night of sporting questions

Hammer time for Ophir in win over Civil Service; Ballyclare too strong for Larne in Hall Cup

Abbey Presbyterian win indoor bowls league

Local runners show what they’re made of at Titanic 10k race

Bowls season gets under way at Ulster Transport

Success for sisters from Bodyshots Kickboxing Club