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Neill Weir of the Willowfield Harriers, who will be one of the runners taking part in this weekend's annual AES Larne Half Marathon.

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Celebrating success at the Translink Ulster in Bloom 2017 Awards where Randalstown won the Small Town Award, pictured L-R John and Mary O'Kane, O'Kane's Bar, Alderman Arnold Hatch, President, Northern Ireland Local Government Association, Helen Boyd, Tidy Randalstown, Frank Hewitt, Chairman, Translink, Cllr Paul Hamill, Mayor of Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council, Moore Blair, Suzanne Winter, Linda Houston ' Tidy Randalstown, Lindsay Houston and Cllr Mervyn Rea, Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

Bloomin’ great awards win for Randalstown