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Male Voice Choir anniversary concert

Theatre at the Mill will the venue on April 27 for the 84th Anniversary Concert of Ballyclare Male Voice Choir at 7.45pm.

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Whitehead Community Centre (image Google).

Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI fundraiser in Whitehead

The East Antrim branch of Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI will hold its annual antiques and craft fair on Saturday, May 5.

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Staff from Co-Op Newtownabbey present a donation to Mallusk Harriers for junior development programme

Boost for youth athletics in Newtownabbey

Running club Mallusk Harriers has teamed up with the Co-Operative Newtownabbey in a new partnership to promote youth participation in athletics.

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Tesco offering more surplus food to charities community groups in County Antrim.

Tesco offering more surplus food to community groups

Charities and community groups in Ballymena and the wider County Antrim are being invited to sign up to receive surplus food from their local Tesco store.

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Carly is a lively and affectionate five-year-old Hound cross who is just one of the dogs waiting at Dogs Trust Ballymena on a forever home.

Trust offers advice in bid to rehome dogs

To mark this ‘National Pet Month’, Dogs Trust Ballymena are offering advice on responsible dog ownership in a bid to rehome canine residents.

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Mallusk Enterprise Park is one of seven not-for-profit organisations shortlisted for grants of up to �35k and local people can support them by voting online at  http://skillsandopportunitiesfund.ulsterbank.com/vote/ up until noon on April 20.Pictured here: Richard Donnan (right), Head of Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland, pictured with Skills & Opportunities Fund past recipients Trevor McMahon (MACS supporting Children and Young People) and Shauna Shivers and Ciara McLarnon (Cinemagic) is encouraging the public to support shortlisted local community groups.

Mallusk enterprise park in the running for Skills & Opportunities Fund grant

Mallusk Enterprise Park is one of seven not-for-profit organisations shortlisted for grants of up to £35k.

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Nursery nominated in Families First Awards

Nursery nominated in Families First Awards

A Newtownabbey day nursery - Hullabaloo Day Nursery - are among the nominees in the Families First awards.

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Aoibheann, from Glengormley, received a Bugzi to take home at the recent event hosted by the Mae Murray Foundation, Larne.

Mae Murray Foundation giving families a ‘Bugzi’ boost

Seven families with young children aged between 18 months and seven years have been given a ‘Bugzi’ boost.

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Ballymena Autism NI Family Support Group volunteers Launched the charities 'Making Sense of Autism' free Family Fun Day happening on Saturday 14th April in the Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena from 1-4pm.

Autism NI Free Family Fun Day

Autism NI will be holding a ‘Making Sense of Autism’ free Family Fun Day this Saturday, April 14, at the Seven Towers Leisure Centre, Ballymena.

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Year 10 pupils from St Benedict's College who were runners up at the Schools' Technology Tournament hosted by Northern Regional College.

St Benedicts College pupils runners-up in Schools Technology Tournament

Year 10 pupils from St Benedict’s College who were runners up at the Schools’ Technology Tournament hosted by Northern Regional College.

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Plan your future at CAFRE Spring Open Day events

Plan your future at CAFRE Spring Open Day events

Looking for ideas for your future career?

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Jennifer McKay and Marian Sloan, the two team members of Patton's Greengrocers that are relocating to Spar Kings Crescent.

End of an era for Newtownabbey Greengrocer

Popular Newtownabbey shop Colin Patton & Son Traditional Greengrocer has cleared its shelves at Kings Crescent for the last time.

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Members of a youth project have unveiled their Mental Health mural in Newtownabbey.

Monkstown young people deliver mental health message in mural

Sparked by recent suicides throughout Northern Ireland, a Newtownabbey Youth Group have, for the past few months, been involved in a Mental Health Project.

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Antrim event to highlight sight loss

Antrim event to highlight sight loss

The most common form of sight loss in the Uk will be taking centre stage at an awarness event in Antrim.

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Wilko Johnson. (Pic credit:: Paul Crowther).

Homeplace to welcome Wilko

Singer, guitarist, songwriter and actor, Wilko Johnson will be coming to the Seamus Heaney HomePlace in April.

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Joan Burney CE Cinemagic with Amy Hinds from Glengormley.

Amy takes on Cinemagic Ambassador role in Los Angeles

A young Glengormley woman has enjoyed the trip of a lifetime in America as one of nine young Cinemagic ambassadors from Northern Ireland.

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The Junior Section with their leaders (L to R): Ashleigh McDowell, Sarah Bingham and Claire Kelso.'.

Display time for Muckamore GB

Muckamore Girls Brigade celebrated their 59th annual display at Muckamore Presbyterian Church recently when the guest of honour was Ms Louise Abbott.

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Daniella Timperley from Randalstown and Niall Gosson from Rush have been announced as the 2018 Pramerica Spirit of the Community Volunteers of the Year.'Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells - Copyright� Fennell Photography 2018

Top Pramerica win for Daniella

A St Louis Grammar pupil has been named one of two All-Ireland Youth Volunteers of the Year at Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

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Artist Adrian Margey photographed ahead of his Easter Exhibition at Galgorm Resort & Spa.

Major sale of irish Art at Galgorm Resort & Spa this Easter

Portrush based artist Adrian Margey will be launching his 2018 exhibition series with a major exhibition and sale of work at Galgorm Resort & Spa Ballymena from Saturday, March 31 until, April 3.

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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

Randalstown is celebrating success in the Translink Ulster in Bloom Awards.

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