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News

Council investigates ‘sleeping on the job’

News

Concerns raised about possible school charge

Business
BDO Interview Award winners Ciara Cooke and Megan McNeilly with their four-week placement passes presented by Danielle McWall (left), Ulster University Business School and Claire McFall (right), director BDO Northern Ireland.

Newtownabbey students ‘keep their cool’ in business school challenge

Business

Slight increase in local unemployment

News

Stolen car recovered by police

Crime

Green light for new homes in borough

Business

Police investigate assault

Crime

Will Grigg: Wigan striker’s winner against Man City nets NI fan £1,600 in 325-1 bet

News
Ballynature Day.

Nature event to be staged in village

News

Suspected Class B drugs recovered

Crime

Motorists advised to expect delays

Transport

Two people hospitalised following collision

Transport

Women hospitalised after M2 collision

Transport

Stolen car recovered by police

Crime
Police are appealing for information.

Police investigate assault

Crime

Suspected Class B drugs recovered

Crime

Police issue advice after ATM ‘tampered with’

Crime

Concerns raised about possible school charge

Business
Mr Shaw pictured with Ballyclare High pupils.

Digital School Award for Ballyclare High

Education
Roberta Neely.

Calls continue for dedicated school bus

Education
The winning team from Fairview PS with Cllr Hamill and Pat Martin (Newtownabbey Road Safety Committee).

Pupils progress to NI road safety quiz final

Education
The Education Authority chief executive has predicted a �350m shortfall for schools within two years

Pupil opportunities casualty of schools budget crisis: ex-principal

Education

Concerns raised about possible school charge

Business
BDO Interview Award winners Ciara Cooke and Megan McNeilly with their four-week placement passes presented by Danielle McWall (left), Ulster University Business School and Claire McFall (right), director BDO Northern Ireland.

Newtownabbey students ‘keep their cool’ in business school challenge

Business
Over 40 dwellings are set to be constructed.

Green light for new homes in borough

Business
Kilroot power station is set to be closed as of May 23

Power outage sparks questions over Kilroot closure

Business

Stormont civil servants in disarray, say waste plant opponents

Crime
Brian Duffin.

Councillor charged with sexual assault resigns from SDLP

News
Trevor Clarke MLA, Gary Logan, Pam Cameron MLA and Paul Girvan MP.

New Chairman selected for South Antrim DUP Association

News
Robin Swann MLA (Ulster Unionist Leader), Cllr Robert Foster and Ald Mark Cosgrove (Ulster Unionist Group Leader on Antrim and Newtownabbey Council).

Foster selected for UUP position

News
Cllr Lindsay Millar.

Councils clash over Greenway scheme

News

Council contacts residents about potential oil spill

Environment
Campaigners have challenged a decision to allow the �240m waste incinerator at Mallusk to go ahead

Stormont civil servants in disarray, say waste plant opponents

Crime

IN PICTURES: 12 very cute reasons why January blues were nowhere to be seen at Belfast Zoo

Offbeat
TV presenter Julia Bradbury. Photo: The Outdoor Guide/PA Wire

Co Antrim beauty spot makes UK top ten for Boxing Day walk

Environment

Recruitment day for nurses

Health
Winter weather

Temperatures drop triggers Cold Weather Payments for 16,000 people

News
Members of Tildarg Cultural Society attended the mood matters event.

‘Support always there for people in need’

Health
Alison Bell  from Newtownabbey and her six year old son Ollie, who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) last year, are calling on local people to give whatever then can to support children whose lives have been devastated by cancer.  To find out more visit cancerfundforchildren.com

‘Cancer turned our world upside down’

Health
An unhappy child

Sharp rise in counselling for sexually exploited children in NI

Offbeat