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Council receives complaints about condition of bins

News
Rubbish in the Green End area of Rathcoole.

Council urges residents to dispose of waste legally

News
The hosepipe ban

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business
Christine Murray.

Runner sentenced for assault

Crime

Dancers showcase talents at summer performance

News

Recognition for dedicated service to Orange Order

News

Local actor returns for series three of Stan Lee's Lucky Man

News

Thousands enjoy Twelfth celebrations in Ballyclare

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Ballyclare Protestant Boys Flute Band.

Town to be closed to traffic for parade

News

Louise Dunlop: My boys have shown me devoted love

News

Crash causes long tailbacks on Shore Road

Transport
Traffic and trfavel

Storm Hector: Trees down on major roads

Transport
Parts of the vehicle damaged in the incident.

Authorities to monitor cause of Carrick rail bridge strikes

Transport

Traffic disruption following motorway collision

Transport

Runner sentenced for assault

Crime
The suspected cannabis buds weighed in at 82.5g, with a street value of over �800.

Police seize suspected cannabis during operation

Crime

Pedestrian injured following collision

Crime
A joint operation involving Translink and the PSNI was conducted.

Police meet with Translink to tackle anti-social behaviour

Crime

Demolition of disused school buildings ‘a terrible shame’

Education
Mrs Heather McManus, Mrs Carol Burch and Mrs Yvonne Dickey.

School’s fond farewell to retiring teachers

Education
Principal Mrs O'Hare is bidding farewell to Hazelwood Integrated College.

Hazelwood Integrated College bids fond farewell to ‘inspirational’ principal

Education
Mr Smith and senior staff pictured with the award.

Top accolade for Ashgrove Primary at national awards ceremony in Belfast

Education

More than 220 local pupils suspended

Education

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business
Back Road, Drumbo. Picture by Google.

Man killed in road traffic collision

News

Partner councils to get Region City Deal update

Business
Anti-incinerator campaign group NoArc21 outside the High Court in Belfast

Incinerator ruling is challenged

Business

New Alliance councillor for Glengormley

News
John Blair, Alliance.

Foster’s attendance at LGBT event welcomed as ‘a small but significant step towards equality’

News
John Blair (centre) with party colleagues Naomi Long and David Ford.

First openly gay MLA chosen to succeed David Ford in South Antrim

News
Anti-incinerator campaign group NoArc21 outside the High Court in Belfast

Incinerator ruling is challenged

Business
David Ford.''Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Ford stepping down as South Antrim MLA

News

NI hosepipe ban set to be lifted

Business
Council 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

I got knocked out playing rugby ... and it saved my life

Health

VIDEO: Hay fever flaring up? How to ease your symptoms as pollen levels rise

Health
Ambulance.

Concerns over ambulance cover in East Antrim

News
Lynn Haveron.

Call for more people to know symptoms

Health
Ricky Darling uses art to help him express his emotions and journey through Parkinson's

Parkinson’s leaves me frightened, lonely and isolated

Health